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  • RIGHT handed

    1,459 82.43%
  • LEFT handed

    311 17.57%
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    hmm...missing a third option...what about the amibidextrous? i'm trying to work on using my right hand to play as well...want to have my arms to be properly balanced
    yeah yeah...it's an old poll...
    my mom can write with her left and right hand, my sis can write with her right and uses chopsticks with her left, i can write with my left and slowly with my right.
    how about 2 handed playing? lol

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    For me:

    Right handed: BASKETBALL(originally), BADMINTON, BOWLING (originally), SHOOTING (long and short arms), TENNIS, TABLE TENNIS, BASEBALL, JAVELIN THROW, DISCUSS THROW, DARTS.

    Left handed: BILLIARDS, ARCHERY, BASKETBALL (had to learn), BOWLING (after my right hand was in a cast).

    anyone out there as confused as I am..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pball
    For me:

    Right handed: BASKETBALL(originally), BADMINTON, BOWLING (originally), SHOOTING (long and short arms), TENNIS, TABLE TENNIS, BASEBALL, JAVELIN THROW, DISCUSS THROW, DARTS.

    Left handed: BILLIARDS, ARCHERY, BASKETBALL (had to learn), BOWLING (after my right hand was in a cast).

    anyone out there as confused as I am..
    i got a headache just from reading that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pball
    For me:

    Right handed: BASKETBALL(originally), BADMINTON, BOWLING (originally), SHOOTING (long and short arms), TENNIS, TABLE TENNIS, BASEBALL, JAVELIN THROW, DISCUSS THROW, DARTS.

    Left handed: BILLIARDS, ARCHERY, BASKETBALL (had to learn), BOWLING (after my right hand was in a cast).

    anyone out there as confused as I am..
    hehe.. toobad you can't vote twiceon the poll. .. yyour left hand must be pretty strong to be able to handle archery with it *impressed*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pball
    For me:

    Right handed: BASKETBALL(originally), BADMINTON, BOWLING (originally), SHOOTING (long and short arms), TENNIS, TABLE TENNIS, BASEBALL, JAVELIN THROW, DISCUSS THROW, DARTS.

    Left handed: BILLIARDS, ARCHERY, BASKETBALL (had to learn), BOWLING (after my right hand was in a cast).

    anyone out there as confused as I am..
    I know the feeling. Writing, painting, billiards/pool/snooker, drinking, eating anything using a spoon, all left-handed. Everything else right-handed.

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    RIGHT HANDED FOR LIFE M8 its da best

    APPARENTLY RIGHT HANDED PPL LIVE 9 YRs longer than left handed ppl

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    Quote Originally Posted by green ham
    RIGHT HANDED FOR LIFE M8 its da best

    APPARENTLY RIGHT HANDED PPL LIVE 9 YRs longer than left handed ppl
    Where did you get that statistic from??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pball
    For me:

    Right handed: BASKETBALL(originally), BADMINTON, BOWLING (originally), SHOOTING (long and short arms), TENNIS, TABLE TENNIS, BASEBALL, JAVELIN THROW, DISCUSS THROW, DARTS.

    Left handed: BILLIARDS, ARCHERY, BASKETBALL (had to learn), BOWLING (after my right hand was in a cast).

    anyone out there as confused as I am..
    big brains? err...

    I am certified right handed, all the way. Time to practice my left hand maybe...

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    personally im right handed and well theres a large portion of Babdminton players where i play that are right handed but i did have an expirence where i had to play with a left handed player well not as in a game but rallyed with him and it was rather amazing what he could do i mean his smash was great and it was harder for me cause a good percentage of my shots were to his forhand which is most players backhand so it was a good learning expirence ill be ready next time when i play a lefty.

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    I'm right handed.

    But you forgot an option on the poll for people who play left and right handed. I forgot the word. Anedextric or something? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave18
    I'm right handed.

    But you forgot an option on the poll for people who play left and right handed. I forgot the word. Anedextric or something? Lol
    it's ambidextrous..means ability to use the left and right hand equally well, i think i said that on the previous page ...my pal in beijing can play using both his left and right...but for competitions or serious games he plays with his right
    i'm ambidextrous at playing pool lol

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    Its harder to coach a left handed if you are a right handed guy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Its harder to coach a left handed if you are a right handed guy..
    What about the other way around?

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    I was left handed as a little kid and my parents changed me over. So they tell me anyway. Probably by taking stuff out of my left hand and putting it in my right hand all the time . So does that mean I'm technically a left hander at heart even though I've been converted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Its harder to coach a left handed if you are a right handed guy..
    I really haven't found this 2B true. As a lefty, I've had plenty of both R-handed & L-handed coaches for badminton, tennis & volleyball. I never had much trouble at all learning from either. Now as a coach myself, I've not had much trouble teaching most players whether they use the L or R hand. I have learned how to demo strokes pretty well with my R hand for the few ppl that do have a problem if I show it to them with my L hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEND.
    Where did you get that statistic from??
    umm it was on da skool assembly lol but neva mind left handed players r really gud i ave seen sum better than me

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    A lefty all the way. In a triumph of conditioning, only thing I did well with my right hand was gaming... more accurate on the joystick with my right hand than my left.

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