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Gambler Gold - Two Star Training Balls - 72 Pack

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Gambler Bullet Gold Premium two star training balls (pack of 72) for multiball training, robot play and practice. Table tennis balls with seamless design have a consistent weight and bounce. Gambler Gold has a harder formula making them more durable than most other two star balls.

Great for Multi-ball training.

Works with any table tennis Robot.

These balls are suitable for club level training at the highest level. They have a nice bounce, and durability that will keep them in play. Try a pack today. Enjoy.

balls ship in plastic bag, quantity 72.

Available in white or orange

size 40mm

weight 26g

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Stock Data 6 Dozen
Orange Yes
White Yes


Gambler Gold 72 Pack

Gambler Gold 72 Pack

Table Tennis Ball

The international rules specify that the game is played with a light 2.7 gram, 40 mm diameter ball. Generally, it is the most-used ball. The rules say that the ball shall bounce up 23 cm when dropped from a height of 30 cm thereby having a coefficient of restitution of 0.88. The 40 mm ball was introduced after the 2000 Olympic Games. However, this created some controversy as the Chinese National Team argued that this was merely to give non-Chinese players a better chance of winning. A 40 mm table tennis ball is slower and spins less than a 38 mm one. The ball is made of a high-bouncing gas-filled celluloid, colored white or orange, with a matte finish. The choice of ball color is made according to the table color and its surroundings. For example, a white ball is easier to see on a green or blue table than it is on a grey table. Stars on the ball indicate the quality of the ball. 3 stars indicates that it is of the highest quality, and is used in official competitions.

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