Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by ZeroEffect » Wed, 24 Oct 2001 02:51:25


Ok ***masters.  For my training in San Diego I got paid 2,000 bucks.  Thats
for 3 weeks, comes to 100 dollars a day.  Finally some people that see
incredible talent and pay well for it.  I want to thank all the people that had
me in training.  On the first day I sucked shit.  On the final day I beat all
my training partners and the whole El Salvador team.  I got an email telling me
I would be welcome at all and any USA table tennis training camps, especially
the ones at the Olympic Training center.  Finally I will be able to practice
with good players.  I want to thank all the people that made this possible.  I
know I don't have alot of time before the team trials but, if I can get myself
in better physical shape when it comes to my back problem.  I'll be able to
play table tennis the way I like. So it looks like I made just as much money as
the players on the US team.  Thats ok cause soon I'll be joining them.

Garbage.....

 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by W. Falicof » Wed, 24 Oct 2001 06:16:03


Quote:
> Ok ***masters.  For my training in San Diego I got paid 2,000 bucks.
Thats
> for 3 weeks, comes to 100 dollars a day.  Finally some people that see
> incredible talent and pay well for it.  I want to thank all the people
that had
> me in training.  On the first day I sucked shit.  On the final day I beat
all
> my training partners and the whole El Salvador team.  I got an email
telling me
> I would be welcome at all and any USA table tennis training camps,
especially
> the ones at the Olympic Training center.  Finally I will be able to
practice
> with good players.  I want to thank all the people that made this
possible.  I
> know I don't have alot of time before the team trials but, if I can get
myself
> in better physical shape when it comes to my back problem.  I'll be able
to
> play table tennis the way I like. So it looks like I made just as much
money as
> the players on the US team.  Thats ok cause soon I'll be joining them.

> Garbage.....

I am glad it went well for you in San Diego.  Sorry I couldn't see you and
the other players play very often.  I was in Hong Kong for most of the time
you were here.  Still I did enjoy the little I saw of your game this time.
Good luck in your training!

By the way thanks for looking at the new top sheets I have been secretly
working on.  The top sheet you "liked" will be hopefully be "married" to a
really soft sponge.  Who knows even you might like the new ***!

Sorry we didn't get to play our "rematch" you challenged me to play.  As I
told you at the restaurant (with Barny Jr., Ashu, etc.)  at the present time
I don't think I would be much competition for you, as my level is probably
500 points below the level I was at the last time we played.  (Which wasn't
that high compared to your level even then.) Maybe next year I will get my
game to a much higher level and make it a more interesting match.  Perhaps I
will go away for three weeks and train with Fan or maybe I will take up an
offer and train in China.

Good luck at the Teams and the US Nationals.

Waqidi

 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by cacco.. » Wed, 24 Oct 2001 08:44:02

Good job.  I offered to drive to San Diego for free, and help out in
anyway that I could for free. All I asked for was a place to sleep.
But dennis said that they didn't need me.  He originally asked for 4
people to go, I know you showed up...who else from USA was there?
marco
Quote:

> Ok ***masters.  For my training in San Diego I got paid 2,000 bucks.  Thats
> for 3 weeks, comes to 100 dollars a day.  Finally some people that see
> incredible talent and pay well for it.  I want to thank all the people that had
> me in training.  On the first day I sucked shit.  On the final day I beat all
> my training partners and the whole El Salvador team.  I got an email telling me
> I would be welcome at all and any USA table tennis training camps, especially
> the ones at the Olympic Training center.  Finally I will be able to practice
> with good players.  I want to thank all the people that made this possible.  I
> know I don't have alot of time before the team trials but, if I can get myself
> in better physical shape when it comes to my back problem.  I'll be able to
> play table tennis the way I like. So it looks like I made just as much money as
> the players on the US team.  Thats ok cause soon I'll be joining them.

> Garbage.....


 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by ZeroEffect » Thu, 25 Oct 2001 02:44:45

Quote:
>I am glad it went well for you in San Diego.  Sorry I couldn't see you and
>the other players play very often.  I was in Hong Kong for most of the time
>you were here.  Still I did enjoy the little I saw of your game this time.
>Good luck in your training!

>By the way thanks for looking at the new top sheets I have been secretly
>working on.  The top sheet you "liked" will be hopefully be "married" to a
>really soft sponge.  Who knows even you might like the new ***!

>Sorry we didn't get to play our "rematch" you challenged me to play.  As I
>told you at the restaurant (with Barny Jr., Ashu, etc.)  at the present time
>I don't think I would be much competition for you, as my level is probably
>500 points below the level I was at the last time we played.  (Which wasn't
>that high compared to your level even then.) Maybe next year I will get my
>game to a much higher level and make it a more interesting match.  Perhaps I
>will go away for three weeks and train with Fan or maybe I will take up an
>offer and train in China.

>Good luck at the Teams and the US Nationals.

>Waqidi

hey if you end up going to china, don't forget to take me along as your
practice partner.  I don't think I will try to challenge you again.  I have
problems attacking your serves.  I'll have to work on my defense.  As for your
*** line.  If you are really interested in getting some good quality
***s.  You should probably contact Michael Lavani at (800)TRY-Spin.  He gets
his spin power *** frrom Japan and shit, it's really good.  The sheets are
of very good quality.  Maybe he can help you out in some way or show the proper
direction.

Garbage....

 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by ZeroEffect » Thu, 25 Oct 2001 02:46:12

Quote:
>Good job.  I offered to drive to San Diego for free, and help out in
>anyway that I could for free. All I asked for was a place to sleep.
>But dennis said that they didn't need me.  He originally asked for 4
>people to go, I know you showed up...who else from USA was there?
>marco

Barney Reed Jr. was there.  Also Lee Mc Cool and Samsom Dubin.  It was a good
camp.  I don't think I improved much yet but, my game is very solid now and I
am alot more consistant, plus I am in better physical shape.

Garbage......

 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by W. Falicof » Thu, 25 Oct 2001 07:30:55


Quote:
> >I am glad it went well for you in San Diego.  Sorry I couldn't see you
and
> >the other players play very often.  I was in Hong Kong for most of the
time
> >you were here.  Still I did enjoy the little I saw of your game this
time.
> >Good luck in your training!

> >By the way thanks for looking at the new top sheets I have been secretly
> >working on.  The top sheet you "liked" will be hopefully be "married" to
a
> >really soft sponge.  Who knows even you might like the new ***!

> >Sorry we didn't get to play our "rematch" you challenged me to play.  As
I
> >told you at the restaurant (with Barny Jr., Ashu, etc.)  at the present
time
> >I don't think I would be much competition for you, as my level is
probably
> >500 points below the level I was at the last time we played.  (Which
wasn't
> >that high compared to your level even then.) Maybe next year I will get
my
> >game to a much higher level and make it a more interesting match.
Perhaps I
> >will go away for three weeks and train with Fan or maybe I will take up
an
> >offer and train in China.

> >Good luck at the Teams and the US Nationals.

> >Waqidi

> hey if you end up going to china, don't forget to take me along as your
> practice partner.  I don't think I will try to challenge you again.  I
have
> problems attacking your serves.  I'll have to work on my defense.  As for
your
> *** line.  If you are really interested in getting some good quality
> ***s.  You should probably contact Michael Lavani at (800)TRY-Spin.  He
gets
> his spin power *** frrom Japan and shit, it's really good.  The sheets
are
> of very good quality.  Maybe he can help you out in some way or show the
proper
> direction.

> Garbage....

I prefer to come up with my own chemical formulae rather than rely on the
manufacturers in Japan or Germany that tell you what you can choose from.
It is more fun and much more challenging a proposition.  I have great
respect for Michael and his company.  However, we hope that we can produce
*** that can produce more spin than the competition without losing the
speed.   Based on the most recent tests I think we are very close to
achieving this goal.  (And the topsheet is holding up visually very well!)

Thanks for the "compliments" concerning my very limited game.  You are
welcome to come along as my training partner to China but unfortunately I
couldn't afford to pay your airfare.

Good luck in your training and at the Nationals,

Waqidi

 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by cacco.. » Thu, 25 Oct 2001 10:13:41

Hey how's Sammy doing?  Is he gonna play 2400 level yet?
marco
Quote:

> >Good job.  I offered to drive to San Diego for free, and help out in
> >anyway that I could for free. All I asked for was a place to sleep.
> >But dennis said that they didn't need me.  He originally asked for 4
> >people to go, I know you showed up...who else from USA was there?
> >marco

> Barney Reed Jr. was there.  Also Lee Mc Cool and Samsom Dubin.  It was a good
> camp.  I don't think I improved much yet but, my game is very solid now and I
> am alot more consistant, plus I am in better physical shape.

> Garbage......

 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by ZeroEffect » Fri, 26 Oct 2001 02:33:40

Quote:
>concerning my very limited game.  You are
>welcome to come along as my training partner to China but unfortunately I
>couldn't afford to pay your airfare.

Don't worry about the airfare.  I can take care of that no problem and just
about everything else accept a place to sleep at.  I might be going to Paris
for 3 weeks to do some more training.  Godd luck with the *** and I hope it
works out well.

Garbage.......

 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by ZeroEffect » Fri, 26 Oct 2001 02:35:12

Quote:

>Hey how's Sammy doing?  Is he gonna play 2400 level yet?
>marco

Samson really improved towards the end of the camp.  In the beginning I was
able to beat him with my left hand but, at the end he beat me 3-2.   I was
still able to beat him in straight games at the tournment.  He needs to work on
his technique.  I hope in 2 years he will be much better than I am.

Garbage...

 
 
 

Table Tennis Pays Tahl 2,000 Bucks.

Post by Alan & Erin William » Fri, 26 Oct 2001 02:35:21

Quote:

> >Hey how's Sammy doing?  Is he gonna play 2400 level yet?
> >marco

> Samson really improved towards the end of the camp.  In the beginning I was
> able to beat him with my left hand but, at the end he beat me 3-2.   I was
> still able to beat him in straight games at the tournment.  He needs to work on
> his technique.  I hope in 2 years he will be much better than I am.

> Garbage...

That kid's head is on straight...let's hear it for the late bloomer!

Alan