Gambler Sevens is a tacky spin type rubber, generating spin primarily by a sticky top sheet. Sevens tacky surface is ideal for close to the table play, heavy spin serves, and compact strokes. While Sevens is geared for the intermediate to beginning player it is still very capable of generating high spin with reasonable speed.
• Speed: 90
• Spin: 93
• Control: 90
• Sponge Type: Gambler Chinese MID 38 +-4
• Spin Type: Tacky (60% sticky 40% mechanical)
Note: Better performance than typical Chinese brands, similar in play to traditional Sriver® or Mark V®.
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Great value rubber. It plays at a much higher price point. I use it for my backhand. Very effective for chops and topspin. Highly recommended
This is a very nice rubber. I prefer it on my forehand. It's not quite as fast as the Aces pro comp but not bad. It is quite grippy, it produces a nice arc on loops. It blocks very well...placement and spin changes are easy when blocking. It picks up underspin nicely...a great all around rubber!
Good speed, good spin, very consistent and very controllable, and best of all very light. Really nice touch for short game and power if you need it. Also great price.
Fantastic rubber for the price for beginners/intermediate. Tackiness disappears after a few days, but the topsheet remains grippy after 3 months of playing, unlike Gambler Zero. Soft sponge makes it easy to control and generate spin. I could lift underspin balls much easier than with harder rubbers. The rubber is "slow" by today's standards, but it gives you confidence to hit hard and know your balls will land on the table. If you need more speed, you can pair it with a harder, faster blade, which I think would work well. I used it on forehand with Gambler Fire Dragon Touch blade.