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1 BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Aug 08, 2011 8:10 pm

Takeuchi

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this thread is for beginners in table tennis to identify themselves, gather together & make frens.

its unfortunate that usually the more advance players cannot spend too much time playing with beginners
cos it will affect their strokes subconsciously.

i think the better way is for u guys to firstly identify yourselves, create sessions for beginners,
make frens & invite the better players to join in to give some guidance to up your skills.

so..erm....who is a beginner in the forum ??
once u have 2 (hopefully living in the same estate), u're good to go !

Let's see... so far we have :
. dc9
. Aaron
. Ciel


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2 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Aug 15, 2011 2:09 am

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Hi I'm interested to join the club. I really like playing table tennis and table tennis is currently my cca in school but I'm pretty lousy. Hope to find friends to play table tennis with ^^

3 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Tue Aug 16, 2011 11:07 pm

this thread is for beginners in table tennis to identify themselves, gather together & make frens.

its unfortunate that usually the more advance players cannot spend too much time playing with beginners
cos it will affect their strokes subconsciously.

i think the better way is for u guys to firstly identify yourselves, create sessions for beginners,
make frens & invite the better players to join in to give some guidance to up your skills.

so..erm....who is a beginner in the forum ??
once u have 2 (hopefully living in the same estate), u're good to go !

Let's see... so far we have :
. dc9
. Aaron
. Ciel
. Stephen Chung

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4 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Sun Aug 21, 2011 12:07 pm

r j


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this thread is for beginners in table tennis to identify themselves, gather together & make frens.

its unfortunate that usually the more advance players cannot spend too much time playing with beginners
cos it will affect their strokes subconsciously.

i think the better way is for u guys to firstly identify yourselves, create sessions for beginners,
make frens & invite the better players to join in to give some guidance to up your skills.

so..erm....who is a beginner in the forum ??
once u have 2 (hopefully living in the same estate), u're good to go !

Let's see... so far we have :
. dc9
. Aaron
. Ciel
. Stephen Chung
. rj

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5 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Aug 22, 2011 7:48 pm

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this thread is for beginners in table tennis to identify themselves, gather together & make frens.

its unfortunate that usually the more advance players cannot spend too much time playing with beginners
cos it will affect their strokes subconsciously.

i think the better way is for u guys to firstly identify yourselves, create sessions for beginners,
make frens & invite the better players to join in to give some guidance to up your skills.

so..erm....who is a beginner in the forum ??
once u have 2 (hopefully living in the same estate), u're good to go !

Let's see... so far we have :
. dc9
. Aaron
. Ciel
. Stephen Chung
. rj
. Brandon

6 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Tue Aug 23, 2011 8:42 am

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this thread is for beginners in table tennis to identify themselves, gather together & make frens.

its unfortunate that usually the more advance players cannot spend too much time playing with beginners
cos it will affect their strokes subconsciously.

i think the better way is for u guys to firstly identify yourselves, create sessions for beginners,
make frens & invite the better players to join in to give some guidance to up your skills.

so..erm....who is a beginner in the forum ??
once u have 2 (hopefully living in the same estate), u're good to go !

Let's see... so far we have :
. dc9
. Aaron
. Ciel
. Stephen Chung
. rj
. Brandon
. Sakuragi

:) :) :)

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7 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Wed Aug 24, 2011 7:26 am

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If we organize beginner's kaki session, then Albert Sakuragi can be our coach ! :)

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8 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:20 am

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sorry ... i just want to be a member of "Beginner's Club".

:) :) :)

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9 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:25 am

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Just to test with this beginners club anyone keen to have a regular beginners kaki session ?
- Any preference on the schedule (which day of the week ? What time ?)

- Venue ? (East,West,Central ?)

- How much$ you willing to help ? (share the Indoor Sport Hall standard table booking rate ?)

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10 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Thu Aug 25, 2011 7:31 pm

Indoor Sport hall rate are $1.50/hr before 7pm weekdays. Weekends and PH and After 7Pm are $3.20/hr.

If you really like to held it regularlly, it is better to have some ground rules lay down first..

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11 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Fri Aug 26, 2011 9:53 pm

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Thought of keeping it simple, lets see,

book 1 table for 3 hours 7pm-10pm on weekday = $9.6

2 persons show up, each pay $9.6/2 = $4.8

3 persons show up = $9.6/3 = $3.2

4 persons show up = $9.6/4 = $2.4
(must include self, otherwise not fair.)

more than 4 then book another table....

5 persons 2 tables 3 hours = $9.6x2/5=$3.84...

(wah lau, must bring 1 cent coins...)

and if only own self show up then minimum $9.6 donate to sport council 了!

But if heng heng got honorable member liked Sakuragi come to support then may be got chance to make money smiley):)

ok, how about just flat rate $3 per session ? (3 hours play till siok siok)

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12 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Fri Aug 26, 2011 10:35 pm

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One suggestion, looser pay table money... then many people will turn up :twisted:

Another suggestion, game play and looser deposit $1 in piggy bank. Open piggy bank end of the day, pay sport council and the rest is your profit. :twisted: :twisted:


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13 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Fri Aug 26, 2011 11:18 pm

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Hei beginners,

if you are keen, we can start something on weekend at CCK Sport Complex, a good training venue... I can be your sparring partner and give free pointers/tips... but on one condition, you need to pay for the rental :roll: and bring along a few dozen balls so that we don't spend too much time picking balls :oops:

Will anyone be interested?


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14 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Sat Aug 27, 2011 7:15 am

Yuna

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ya. if loser pays and he happens to be slow in game development. eventually he may not come any more cos keep paying! LOL

yea! antiq's conditions are pretty fair. i dun mind coming once a while to give sparring & pointers too.
it feels good to be helping the tt community grow. our sport is such a minority compare to others.
my preferred location is Tampines sports hall. more for the east side players.

dc9, IMO until u have regular players, it is better to start ad-hoc sessions first.
make frens & get hp numbers for easier, faster communication.
for rentals, splitting is fairest but really, anything goes as long as group is comfortable.

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15 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Aug 29, 2011 4:34 pm

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I'm ok with anything ^^

16 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Aug 29, 2011 5:57 pm

Antiq wrote:One suggestion, looser pay table money... then many people will turn up :twisted:

Another suggestion, game play and looser deposit $1 in piggy bank. Open piggy bank end of the day, pay sport council and the rest is your profit. :twisted: :twisted:


winner buy kopi-o

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17 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Aug 29, 2011 5:59 pm

dc9 wrote:Thought of keeping it simple, lets see,

book 1 table for 3 hours 7pm-10pm on weekday = $9.6

2 persons show up, each pay $9.6/2 = $4.8

3 persons show up = $9.6/3 = $3.2

4 persons show up = $9.6/4 = $2.4
(must include self, otherwise not fair.)

more than 4 then book another table....

5 persons 2 tables 3 hours = $9.6x2/5=$3.84...

(wah lau, must bring 1 cent coins...)

and if only own self show up then minimum $9.6 donate to sport council 了!

But if heng heng got honorable member liked Sakuragi come to support then may be got chance to make money smiley):)

ok, how about just flat rate $3 per session ? (3 hours play till siok siok)


That's what we do over at 5T. used to be share as member grows, we just collect flat fee of $1.00(bcos we are morning session) and $2.00 on PHs..

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18 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Sun Sep 11, 2011 7:26 pm

YiTT

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Antiq wrote:Hei beginners,

if you are keen, we can start something on weekend at CCK Sport Complex, a good training venue... I can be your sparring partner and give free pointers/tips... but on one condition, you need to pay for the rental :roll: and bring along a few dozen balls so that we don't spend too much time picking balls :oops:

Will anyone be interested?


me interested .... cos much nearer to my house... hehehe
but i dun have so much tt balls.... i can buy cheap cheap 1 at sin tien if u dun mind....lol

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19 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Sep 12, 2011 12:03 am

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Ok... Can try get 1 or 2 more person, than we can start class :)


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20 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Sep 12, 2011 12:18 am

JTL


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i can start a class to talk about TT games.

we can go to a KTV and have some beers to talk about balls.

:) :) :)



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21 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Mon Sep 12, 2011 11:03 pm

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YiTT wrote:
Antiq wrote:Hei beginners,

if you are keen, we can start something on weekend at CCK Sport Complex, a good training venue... I can be your sparring partner and give free pointers/tips... but on one condition, you need to pay for the rental :roll: and bring along a few dozen balls so that we don't spend too much time picking balls :oops:

Will anyone be interested?


me interested .... cos much nearer to my house... hehehe
but i dun have so much tt balls.... i can buy cheap cheap 1 at sin tien if u dun mind....lol

I've found another guy, can be your training partner.. he's ok to travel to CCK SPort Complex.. Next is to get a date & time where all of us can make it :)

Yitt & Jason, how about this Saturday afternoon ?


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22 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:37 am

Phantom


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Hi Antiq, is the date and time finalised? Would like to join you guys once it is confirm.

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23 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Wed Sep 14, 2011 8:07 am

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Not yet, I'll start a thread in West Kaki.


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24 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Wed Sep 21, 2011 10:37 pm

Have we finalized on anything yet?

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25 Re: BEGINNER'S CLUB on Tue Nov 15, 2011 12:37 am

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new here, nice thread,missed the 13 November thingy, oh well, anticipating for the new one

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