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Spintech Blackjack Ace Rubber Review



Spintech Blackjack Ace Review


When Blackjack was first distributed, it was clear that it was a Spin Power variant that moved toward Innova-like characteristics. The original Blackjack has a little lower throw and a little less dwell time than Spin Power. Blackjack Ace is a super soft sponge version of same that has more cork than most premium champagnes! Ace is perfect for the control top spin player looking to continue their trade in the big ball era, in our opinion. It plays most closely to its Blackjack progenitor but now throws higher and holds the ball longer. It bridges the gap between Spin Power and Blackjack and plays wonderfully on faster blades.

Blackjack Ace with its specially selected super sponge screams and corks. Balls swill and dip through the air, landing stiff armed Klampar loops with glee. The 2.0 is like a fire cracker and Max rings more like a cherry bomb. The most difference between thickness' was evident here. With the thin top sheet and the sweet sponge, Ace picks up most every ball. If you like to spin open or spin from deep for winners...draw the Ace. Nicely surprising, this advanced feeling specification doesn't stall, having a little surface snap that saves the day when the ball comes down to wood.

Blackjack Ace epitomizes the concept of mechanical grip. It feels buttery soft with decent speed and is more impervious to incoming spin than the high grip, high throw Chinese variants we've been testing lately. On slower blades it is an all round rubber. Glued and mounted on faster blades, Blackjack Ace comes alive and encourages spin and speed variation.

Blackjack Ace is a winning card, period.