Columbus Tournament

Columbus Tournament

Post by Waters, Julia » Thu, 17 Feb 2000 04:00:00


Who out there is going to the Columbus tournament March 18,19?

Anyone interested in partnering for doubles?

Must be either 1602 or under for U-3500
or 2202 or under for U-4100.

I'm a 1900 or so looper who almost broke 2000 a few months ago. I would
prefer a partner who is also a looper, who can move well, pretty
consistent, push well, return well (i.e. not pop up the ball too much!)
who also loves doubles and who has at least one go-to "weapon" (like
good serves or a confident put away shot)

Hmmm. Too bad Cheng isn't available!  :-)

Thanks, Julian

 
 
 

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Post by Eric Ye » Thu, 17 Feb 2000 04:00:00

Julian,

You are talking about the 4 star Buckeye Open right?  I am going, I just
need to order my plane ticket and send in my entry form.

I am a 1900 two-wing looper, currently rated 1872.  Good serves (I
think), good openings, moves very fast.  For more about how I play,
please ask John Miller and/or Rick Mueller (3star)  I think they can
describe me better.  When I play, I am too busy watching the ball rather
than watching myself :P

If you don't mind, I'd like to be your doubles partner :)

Eric Yeh

Quote:

> Who out there is going to the Columbus tournament March 18,19?

> Anyone interested in partnering for doubles?

> Must be either 1602 or under for U-3500
> or 2202 or under for U-4100.

> I'm a 1900 or so looper who almost broke 2000 a few months ago. I would
> prefer a partner who is also a looper, who can move well, pretty
> consistent, push well, return well (i.e. not pop up the ball too much!)
> who also loves doubles and who has at least one go-to "weapon" (like
> good serves or a confident put away shot)

> Hmmm. Too bad Cheng isn't available!  :-)

> Thanks, Julian


 
 
 

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Post by Dave William » Thu, 17 Feb 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

>Julian,

>I am a 1900 two-wing looper, currently rated 1872.  Good serves (I
>think), good openings, moves very fast.  For more about how I play,
>please ask John Miller and/or Rick Mueller (3star)  I think they can
>describe me better.  

I haven't seen Eric play, but he sure comes highly recommended.  

Maybe Eric, the Johns (Dorn and Miller) and Rick can be enticed to enter the
early May Maryland Medallion, visit the nation's capital, train at "Uncle
Cheng's Table Tennis Factory" and then play the Easterns in Towson that
weekend.  

Think about it, Don Iguana East meets Don Iguana West....two killer
tournaments...one, an intimate ratings limited giant round robin with
incredibly nice first place prize (a desk chronometer is rumored this year)
and lot's o'cash...the other, one of the gems of the North American Tour.
One state.  One week.  Too much fun.

C'mon to Maryland guys.  But, we'll cook chili, OK?

Lefty

 
 
 

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Post by John R. Mill » Thu, 17 Feb 2000 04:00:00


Quote:


>>Julian,

>>I am a 1900 two-wing looper, currently rated 1872.  Good serves (I
>>think), good openings, moves very fast.  For more about how I play,
>>please ask John Miller and/or Rick Mueller (3star)  I think they can
>>describe me better.  

>I haven't seen Eric play, but he sure comes highly recommended.  

>Maybe Eric, the Johns (Dorn and Miller) and Rick can be enticed to enter the
>early May Maryland Medallion, visit the nation's capital, train at "Uncle
>Cheng's Table Tennis Factory" and then play the Easterns in Towson that
>weekend.  

>Think about it, Don Iguana East meets Don Iguana West....two killer
>tournaments...one, an intimate ratings limited giant round robin with
>incredibly nice first place prize (a desk chronometer is rumored this year)
>and lot's o'cash...the other, one of the gems of the North American Tour.
>One state.  One week.  Too much fun.

>C'mon to Maryland guys.  But, we'll cook chili, OK?

>Lefty

Actually, my current plan is to play the Butterfly Open in Raleigh, then
on to Maryland for the Medallion and then the Eastern Open. Two concerts
in Baltimore, one with Perlman; visit with my sister and her family in
Columbia; no doubt some time in Gaithersburg, too.

As for Eric, he's lethal off both wings and moves extremely well.

 
 
 

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Post by Alan & Erin William » Fri, 18 Feb 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> Who out there is going to the Columbus tournament March 18,19?

I'll be at the Buckeye Open...but unless they run an U-2900 Doubles, you
can probably get a better partner...  ;-)

Alan

 
 
 

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Post by Waters, Julia » Fri, 18 Feb 2000 04:00:00


Quote:


> > Who out there is going to the Columbus tournament March 18,19?

> I'll be at the Buckeye Open...but unless they run an U-2900 Doubles, you
> can probably get a better partner...  ;-)

> Alan

Ok Alan -- I'll think about it!  :-)

Julian

 
 
 

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Post by Alan & Erin William » Fri, 18 Feb 2000 04:00:00

Quote:



> > > Who out there is going to the Columbus tournament March 18,19?

> > I'll be at the Buckeye Open...but unless they run an U-2900 Doubles, you
> > can probably get a better partner...  ;-)

> > Alan

> Ok Alan -- I'll think about it!  :-)

> Julian

Don't!!!!!
 
 
 

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Post by Eric Ye » Fri, 18 Feb 2000 04:00:00

Dave,

Thanks for recommending me :)  But what makes you so sure?  Heh heh!

Maryland Medallion is very tempting...hmmm...gotta see if I have money
left over in my bank after the Buckeye Open.

Eric

Quote:


> >Julian,

> >I am a 1900 two-wing looper, currently rated 1872.  Good serves (I
> >think), good openings, moves very fast.  For more about how I play,
> >please ask John Miller and/or Rick Mueller (3star)  I think they can
> >describe me better.

> I haven't seen Eric play, but he sure comes highly recommended.

> Maybe Eric, the Johns (Dorn and Miller) and Rick can be enticed to enter the
> early May Maryland Medallion, visit the nation's capital, train at "Uncle
> Cheng's Table Tennis Factory" and then play the Easterns in Towson that
> weekend.

> Think about it, Don Iguana East meets Don Iguana West....two killer
> tournaments...one, an intimate ratings limited giant round robin with
> incredibly nice first place prize (a desk chronometer is rumored this year)
> and lot's o'cash...the other, one of the gems of the North American Tour.
> One state.  One week.  Too much fun.

> C'mon to Maryland guys.  But, we'll cook chili, OK?

> Lefty

 
 
 

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Post by newshost.vvm.co » Fri, 25 Feb 2000 04:00:00

If you'd like to see Eric in action go to www.netwark.com/attc/ he is the
"watermark" on the opening page. Also, he is the animation in the upper
right corner of the page. I will be putting another,  newer, animation on
the page soon.  (I never seen anyone leap up and kill a TT ball like him)

Jon


Quote:
> Who out there is going to the Columbus tournament March 18,19?

> Anyone interested in partnering for doubles?

> Must be either 1602 or under for U-3500
> or 2202 or under for U-4100.

> I'm a 1900 or so looper who almost broke 2000 a few months ago. I would
> prefer a partner who is also a looper, who can move well, pretty
> consistent, push well, return well (i.e. not pop up the ball too much!)
> who also loves doubles and who has at least one go-to "weapon" (like
> good serves or a confident put away shot)

> Hmmm. Too bad Cheng isn't available!  :-)

> Thanks, Julian