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    The new Stiga Showcourt (www.StigaUS.com) has been used in the World Team Classic, the Swedish Open, and other professional table-tennis tournaments this year because its design provides players with a consistent bounce of the ball. The table, which is made in Germany, also features an LED-lit chassis with eight lighting options and an integrated net-adjustment system that allows for precise tweaks to the net’s height and tension. The $20,000 price of the table includes installation.  

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