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Poll Question: What is your rating?
Poll Choice Votes Poll Statistics
3 [5.88%]
4 [7.84%]
8 [15.69%]
6 [11.76%]
6 [11.76%]
5 [9.80%]
9 [17.65%]
4 [7.84%]
2 [3.92%]
4 [7.84%]
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    Posted: 11/08/2008 at 11:32pm

I realized that I've never done a poll.  I thought this would be a good one.  :)

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ahhhh  this is like the For Sale section dude.  lol 
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US or Canadian?
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USA: 1522
CAN: 809
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what the...my rating is for sale??
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1200-1400
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US- 1400-1600

Canada- 200-300

:P

Haven't played a Canadian tourny in a while :(
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oceania 1000
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whoops didn't realize i posted in wrong section.  This is US  ratings btw
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote stiltt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11/09/2008 at 3:01am
Originally posted by le xex le xex wrote:

what the...my rating is for sale??
 
you are funny!!! you know that many people will sell a match and accept to lose for money. It's not rare at all. One day I was kidding (I REALLY WAS KIDDING) and I asked _JUST TO TEASE_ a 2100 before a tourney match if he would loose for $75 and he said yes. Then I got surprised and only got away when I told him I could not pay before next month...I was happy when he said "forget about it". Ouch
It's done all the time.
 
So I tell you: your joke reflects reality for sure!
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I haven't got a clue so I just picked the highest one for a laugh.
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My rating is about 0 Big%20smile
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No idea on what USATT level or rating I am amConfusedEmbarrassed


.... I'm gonna have to say 1000.



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1824 - moving on up...

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Maybe 1000-1200 Embarrassed
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1400-1600. I wonder who else put over 2500...
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Originally posted by beeray1 beeray1 wrote:

1400-1600. I wonder who else put over 2500...
I guess that it is just for fun LOL
I'm personally in rank under 500 LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dauntless Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11/09/2008 at 3:40pm
IMHO here is a brief explanation of rating, anyone below 1000 is novice level, just a beginner who is learning the game. 1000-1200 not a beginner, but someone who is still learning the game, placement, footwork, strokes, and can be easily beaten by the higher level players in the club. might occasionally get a game or match off a higher 1200-1400 rated player, 1400-1800 level experienced, relatively good strokes, but probably has some major flaws or weakness that is exploited by higher level players -- but again these are good players and there is quite a difference between 1400 and 1800 -- 1800 level player has great strokes, good footwork, reads serves well, can serve well, and has good patience and understands tactics. 1800-2000 we are getting to a bit higher level here, this is a semi-advanced to advanced player who understands the game, can execute strokes at will - one who is refining - getting coaching - has deception, patience, timing, power, touch, and footwork.

2000 and above, we are getting to the competitive level. Above 2000 guys are the best guys in your local clubs. A 2200 player could go somewhere with his game if he applies himself or herself (as long as young enough) I played against a 2200 player... it was like a kid playing against his loving dad. he did not want to humiliate me but it was clear to all that he was not challenged by anything I did. Poise, grace, style begin to enter into the game here. It is beyond just good strokes and footwork. think of an adult 1500 level player playing with a young kid trying to learn the game. that is what it is like IMO playing against an advanced player. (at least one who is cool LOL)

Above 2200-2400 I have no idea, that is like getting into the realm of Alien play. I would say starting to approach semi pro here, and 2500 and above is pro with sponsers and hot girlfriends, supercars, tuxedos, butlers, mansions, private jets -- you know 007 stuff
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1000, id be higher if there were tourneys to play. I have only played two matches.
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i've seen 1200 players beat 2000 players.  there are players who simply don't do good in tournaments due to mental pressures.
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USATT 2214 and moving up, hopefully.   Smile
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