Looking for more 2300 level TT players in Eastern PA

Looking for more 2300 level TT players in Eastern PA

Post by moja.. » Fri, 18 Dec 1998 04:00:00


Just to congratulate Steve Good on his fancy revised Web site, which I
visited yesterday. Also, the fact that it is challenging to find strong /
high rated TT players for practice in this area (there are some fish out
there, and very few top players)!! Hopefully, this may change as more TT
players move to this area. Just won the U-2300 event at the NJTTC Dec. 13, 98
tournament (not bad for an old guy like me!), and hopefully that will improve
the rating a little. Good luck to all those who are at the US Closed
Tournament in Las Vegas.

Cheers and Happy Holidays to ALL

Parviz Mojaverian (also known as  the sodaman)!

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Looking for more 2300 level TT players in Eastern PA

Post by DeadSund » Sat, 19 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Not bad for an old guy like you?  You should be ashamed to play an under 2300
event.  This is why table tennis goes no where.  You are under rated.   There
is no way you should be under 2300 , another truely pathetic table tennis
player...

The Garbage Man......

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>Date: Thu, Dec 17, 1998 11:06 EST

>Just to congratulate Steve Good on his fancy revised Web site, which I
>visited yesterday. Also, the fact that it is challenging to find strong /
>high rated TT players for practice in this area (there are some fish out
>there, and very few top players)!! Hopefully, this may change as more TT
>players move to this area. Just won the U-2300 event at the NJTTC Dec. 13, 98
>tournament (not bad for an old guy like me!), and hopefully that will improve
>the rating a little. Good luck to all those who are at the US Closed
>Tournament in Las Vegas.

>Cheers and Happy Holidays to ALL

>Parviz Mojaverian (also known as  the sodaman)!

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Looking for more 2300 level TT players in Eastern PA

Post by stepheng.. » Sat, 19 Dec 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> Just to congratulate Steve Good on his fancy revised Web site, which I
> visited yesterday. Also, the fact that it is challenging to find strong /
> high rated TT players for practice in this area (there are some fish out
> there, and very few top players)!! Hopefully, this may change as more TT
> players move to this area. Just won the U-2300 event at the NJTTC Dec. 13, 98
> tournament (not bad for an old guy like me!), and hopefully that will improve
> the rating a little. Good luck to all those who are at the US Closed
> Tournament in Las Vegas.

> Cheers and Happy Holidays to ALL

> Parviz Mojaverian (also known as  the sodaman)!

Congrats on winning the U-2300, it doesn't come as a surprise at all.
Figuring out how to post to usenet, now that's impressive for an old guy
like you!

The site Parviz is refering to is the Southeastern PA Table Tennis page at:
http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Park/5302/

Steve

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Looking for more 2300 level TT players in Eastern PA

Post by GUAPOZ » Sun, 27 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Quote:
> level TT players in Eastern PA

>Date: 12/17/98 9:28 PM Eastern Standard Time

>Not bad for an old guy like you?  You should be ashamed to play an under 2300
>event.  This is why table tennis goes no where.  You are under rated.   There
>is no way you should be under 2300 , another truely pathetic table tennis
>player...

>The Garbage Man....

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