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1 TT Pei lian on Thu May 14, 2015 2:44 pm

Hello

Personal info
Competition Experience
2014 SNG Veteran - Quarter Final
2014 SNG Open - Round 32
2014 Lee Bee Hua - Round 32

I have been thru proper training with ex-national player. Thru this experience I can help u to improve ur skills area in blocking, chopping and simple loopin.

I welcome students of all ages,as my rate are affordable.

Those who interested can contact me @ 96333097

Giam Heng Sai

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2 Re: TT Pei lian on Fri May 15, 2015 8:26 am

Joseph Chin


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How about you win me, I pay you and I win you, you pay me like "Little Rat" (Xiao Lao Shu) ???

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3 Re: TT Pei lian on Fri May 15, 2015 11:48 am

Joseph Chin


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Wat the fart !  Most of you are testing the water !!  No comment or reply after wat I said !!!

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4 Re: TT Pei lian on Sat May 16, 2015 8:33 am

Giam is a good veteran player in local scene.

Has stable blocking skills and plays a fast paced game. He constantly upgrades his skills and is a fighter in competition.

Am sure students & adults alike will benefit from his pei lian.

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5 Re: TT Pei lian on Sat May 16, 2015 8:51 am

Joseph,

Little Rat is a top umpire in Singapore and a coach to many young kids.  U suggesting he bets on his games with other players? Should we report him to the police then for illegal betting?

People just want to find people to peilian, help students improve skills and earn some kopi money.
He is of a good playing level and am sure he is good enough to peilian.

Why u wanna challenge pple who advertise online and gamble money?

So whats the rule here? Win you then can be peilian or coach? Lose u have to go hide?  U think you are sammo hung from Ip Man 2?



We all know you are a top veteran player in Singapore. I have seen u play and know how good you are. Please dont attempt to pull people down to bring yourself up. Only 小人 do that.

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6 Re: TT Pei lian on Sun May 17, 2015 10:16 am

Joseph Chin


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Beginner Level
I am simply NOT HAPPY that many players without sufficient skills, want to be coaches and pei lian; moreover, many dun have Coaching Licences like Wang Yue Koo and want to earn high fees.  Also, they never end their coaching towards individuals and kids in 10 sessions or 20 sessions to attain a graded level like wat is done in China.  I dun believe in talking and I only believe in taking actions !  I am now using a self-made deadly voilin racket made out of a bamboo chopping board !!  Do try with me before we talk further !!!

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7 Re: TT Pei lian on Sun May 17, 2015 2:58 pm

Giam already stated his level of play clearly as above. Being transparent about his playing level. Are you suggesting it is not sufficient to be a peilian or a coach?

Please guide us what is  the criteria of someone who is good enough to be coach? Have some coaching certificate? Win World champion like Fatty Wang ? Able to win you? 

Can Ma long's coach win Ma long? Can Cristiano ronaldo's fitness and technical coach play better than CR? Alex ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Jose Mounrinho were never top level players during playing career but they became top managers. 
Current china national team senior coach Wu jing ping was not even an ex national player but he coached Xu xin, Wang hao, Ma lin etc and is widely recognised as one of the best coaches in the world today.  Need i say more?

Obviously you have confused the role of a coach/peilian with that of an opponent.


You also suggest must go through some 10 or 20 session those organised and structured lessons then considered as peilian or coach? Mind if i ask have u ever seen how our ex national players with coaching certificates train their students? According to your theory, am afraid many coaches in Singapore today, whether local or from china are not " FIT" to be coach because of their training methods.  

Let me share with you how coaches in Singapore are like.  They are like tuition teachers. Some are students themselves, some are part timers, some are full time teachers in moe-registered schools, some are full time tutors in private centres.  All got wide range of experience and teaching methods and differing standards in teaching.  Who are you to say that only a certain method works well? 

Do you need a PHD to teach simple 9*9 multiplication level to kids? Do you think a poly grad can teach a masters level student to write thesis? Of cos not.  Thats the reason why Giam stated clearly his level of play when advertising his peilian services. For you, a veteran , to say must prove themselves by winning you is simply a CHILDISH statement. You could be an ex national player like Qiao Bao standard or some random uncle anyhow whack for all we care.  

What makes winning or losing you prove anything to a peilian/coach self worth?


And let me dissect the reason why u say u use some bamboo bat. There is a concept in sports psychology call handycapping.  Its usually used by players who lack self esteem and are afraid of losing games and losing face.  These players usually give reasons like

- I never train for a very long time
- I just changed new bat
- That young player so much faster than i am
- That old player got more experience than me
- I anyhow play only.
- I use some violin racket from some bamboo chopping board.

Why? Because they want to gain a mental edge over their opponents, and make themselves look better. Imagine a young guy with viscaria and tenergy on both sides play with you. If you lose,

" Its just the blade, with a better blade i can surely play better" But if you win,
"OMG!!! I use some self made bamboo blade also can win him! I am gooooooood!" Makes you look even better.

The fact that u make such a statement doesnt make your opponents respect you more. People can see through the void in your self confidence and the arrogance behind those words.

BTW, I do not enjoy playing with people who disrespect other people and attack pple mindlessly online based on a forum post, regardless of their playing level. I'm not afraid to lose but simply hate playing with losers.

Yes you're right, there's no point talking further.

Good luck in finding like minded players like yourself .
Happy

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8 Re: TT Pei lian on Mon May 18, 2015 8:25 am

Joseph Chin


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Many thanks for your huge contributions, Very Curious !  As said, I am not going to do any rebuttals and waste my time and energy for those can be used for my profitable tradings and I still stand wat I said - not much !!  You do not give any real name and so if you happened to be around me, please give your signal and who knows we already knew each other for a long long time !!!  Many thanks once again !!!!

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9 Re: TT Pei lian on Mon May 18, 2015 11:09 am

okiduki


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curious singaporean well said. alot of things to be learn from that post. 2 thumbs up!

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10 Re: TT Pei lian on Mon May 18, 2015 3:10 pm

specialist


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Beginner Level
wah i smell fire balls.. joseph chin must be good.. if not he wouldnt wana say stuffs like that .. of coz it trigger my curious to play him too wana c what i can learnt form joseph chin..mr chin any idea can share some idea of ping pong style n tactic sorry  im a very very beginner..

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11 Re: TT Pei lian on Mon May 18, 2015 3:45 pm

Joseph Chin


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Mr Specialist, wherever you are playing, do let me know ?  I had been pretty flexible in moving to all parts of Singapore, even to Joo Koon, to Copytron and to Yishun and that is the intereast I showed to all others - whether the other commentators are prepared to do that ?  Perhaps, you also can play with them first.  The choice is yours ?  Ping pong is jus an exercise for me to sweat it out to take away my daily stress in trading for the Toa Payoh Retirees' Fund !  Ha ha ha !!  Dun get heated up easily !!!  It is no good for your health !!!!

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12 Re: TT Pei lian on Mon May 18, 2015 4:41 pm

specialist


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Beginner Level
no lar mr chin im a friendly guy.. i play anywhere maybe u know me whose know.. im playing and still learning hard on ping pong normally i be at geylang west cc maybe u can drop by if free..

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13 Re: TT Pei lian on Mon May 18, 2015 11:00 pm

Joseph Chin


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Beginner Level
Geylang West CC in Lorong 1 ?  Day and Time you usually will be there ?

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14 Re: TT Pei lian on Tue May 19, 2015 10:29 am

specialist


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Beginner Level
i normally be there on monday 6-930pm i always travel around looking for teachers to teaches me skill or 2.. am now lmore keen on earning long pips .

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15 Re: TT Pei lian on Tue May 19, 2015 2:22 pm

Joseph Chin


Beginner Level
Beginner Level
Wow !  This week already heavily booked on Tue, Thu, Sat and also Sun; next Mon jus being requested; all in all, involving over 40 players !!  Like “Little Rat” coming to 70 years now, playing non-stop over 3 hours like a 25 years old youngster, using right, left and center attack execution and using a very heavy 200 gm deadly bamboo chopping board weapon, without any bandages on leg, thigh, hand or wrist !!!  Dun talk, can you do it ??? 
Seeing is believing – no talk cock but jus action, action and action - that is wat I believe !  If I have to put bandages, I would have been out of action long time ago – wat a shame !!  Get the basics right, you dun have to put bandages !!!  Let’s enjoy together for longevity and a fruitful retirement life !!!!  Ah men !!!!!     
One smart young lad said to me sometime ago, "I sure to win YOU in 10 years' time !"  I laughed at him and said, "SURE YOU CAN !!!"       

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16 Re: TT Pei lian on Tue May 19, 2015 4:31 pm

specialist


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Beginner Level
little rat now promoted to little tiger liao and he have a nice name call mickey rather than rat.. u can ask him:lol:

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17 Re: TT Pei lian on Wed May 20, 2015 5:17 pm

sushi


Club Level
Club Level
Hey Specialist , i am sure you will have lots and lots of fun at Geylang West even more so to learn the robes from our high hand .... Mr.Joseph Chin .

Enjoy and i will be watching from the side lines .

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18 Re: TT Pei lian on Wed May 20, 2015 5:24 pm

sushi


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Hi  perhaps Curious Singaporean , as Mr. Giam suggested , we should all go and learn something from our high hand at Geylang West .
After all Specialist would be there to pick up a trick or two ,  Its such an opportunity too good to miss out on , especially , good to know and learn more from this particular player, Mr.Joseph Chin , with a Bamboo wood and his self made violin racket . 
see you there .

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19 Re: TT Pei lian on Wed May 20, 2015 5:36 pm

Joseph Chin


Beginner Level
Beginner Level
If Adidas brand is going to survive in Table Tennis, better change the 3 poor quality Adidas tables in Yishun Sports Hall at Courts 1, 2 and 3 !  Have not tried from Tables 4 onwards... .  The bounce are getting worst when I played last Thursday and not going there tomorrow !!!
You must be kidding standing by the sideline !!  If I bang on you, there is no insurance coverage hor !

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20 Re: TT Pei lian on Wed May 20, 2015 5:54 pm

sushi


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Club Level
Dun worry i think this 1.8 m 88kg framework can still withstand some knocks lah .
We should be by your side to learn every step of your technique .

As for the ADIDAS tables , no worries , we thank you for your frank feedback and we will leave this issue with Germany .

In case if you need to make further feedback on the tables or its bounces or even the environment or the facilities , please feel free to put in words and if you are sincere in helping us to improve them we sincerely welcome you to provide constructive suggestions and ideas. It would benefit everyone who is there to enjoy a good game of table tennis including yourself .

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21 Re: TT Pei lian on Wed May 20, 2015 6:27 pm

Joseph Chin


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Beginner Level
Ha ha ha ! Wow, 1.8m and 88kg !!  So I cannot bang on YOU or I will drop dead !!!  With this unique size and built, I probably know who you are already !?
Do not call me "high hand" and addressed me as "Mr" !  Whoever can be better, we are ALL EQUAL coming from different experiences and from different time period.  In fact, if I am older, I should be weaker.  Jus come together and enjoy the game/s ! Since you brought up Adidas, I am jus telling you so and I have no interest to go further as I have no share in this Adidas business...



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22 Re: TT Pei lian on Thu May 21, 2015 12:28 am

okiduki


Beginner Level
Beginner Level
actually im quite curious who is sushi too. can share how he/she looks like or where have you seen sushi before?

Anyway we should all come together and enjoy the game. but I don't think gambling is allowed right? this is not something a veteran should teach the younger generation.

Most importantly let's respect Giamhengsai's post of finding student to train. CHEERS~

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23 Re: TT Pei lian on Thu May 21, 2015 8:31 am

Joseph Chin


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I felt SORRY for Mr Giam in the way he looks for students.  With such credentials, I will rather ask around personally to offer the services in ping pong courts as students who dun know him will not come forward at all in this ping pong web.  Since I have to pay any way, I will rather look for well-known coaches, as the differences may not be more than S$20 !  I jus want to say SORRY to Mr Giam openly and will apologize to HIM personally when I know who HE is !!  SORRY to MR GIAM ONCE AGAIN !!!

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24 Re: TT Pei lian on Thu May 21, 2015 8:51 am

viffer99


newbie
Haha Joseph Chin.. still using your TSP volin shaped blade?
Go forum always talk alot of cocks but in real life not a bad chap..

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25 Re: TT Pei lian on Thu May 21, 2015 10:41 am

Joseph Chin


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Hi Viffer99, nice to hear from you !  SEE, there are many people who knows me !!
Viffer99: Go forum always talk alot of cocks but in real life not a bad chap…
Hahaha, becos I have only ONE COCK mah !
Had chopped my Butterfly Taksim and two Palio TK into violin pens too, all four now !!  The face shape and size same with any Japanese one-ply rackets, except the waists are cut into shapely ladies that look like violins.  As said, they give aerodynamic effects like spoilers on sport cars and the speed and power are deadly in left and right continuous attacks !!!
Now using a self-made violin racket from bamboo chopping board (FIVE now), even more speedy, powerful and deadly.  Do come and try it with me ! 

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