In ping pong, pulling a "Paul Hills" means driving the ball forcefully towards the opponents court, forcing them to set up for a deep counter drive, only to have the ball hit the top of the net and flop over the net, losing all speed, and not bouncing more than a few inches away. The point is almost always ended and won by the player pulling the Paul Hills. This tactic is much easier implemented by players less than 5'5", as their tiny hands are naturally even with the top of the net.
by not Paul Hills February 19, 2008
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