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The first key to playing choppers is to be patient. You need to wait for the right ball to attack strongly. Remember they are more comfortable away from the table retrieving the ball. If you can keep them close to the table and then attack strongly you will have better success.
It is also important to allow yourself time to learn how to read the spin on the chop. This will come with experience. A slight variation in the amount of chop will lead to an error from you. Watch and see the result of your shots each time and you will slowly learn to determine what amount of chop there is.
You can also read this blog on Playing against Defenders. It will give you some more hints.
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