Dear At Large--
I think you might have to add to your list of playing conditions the fact that the TV table is dried out by the strong lights. By some oversight on the part of tournament directors, I have never been put on the TV table at a tournament, but I'm wondering if the TV table might play a little like a heated billiard table. I've noticed that on it the pros are likelier to overrun their position than to come up short. It would be interesting to compare your statistics to similar data collected from one of the non-TV tables. I realize that you are not in a situation to do that.
Thanks much for your statistics. It will be fun to see how they may change as the tournament progresses into the later rounds. We'll have ever stronger match-ups and therefore, presumably, stronger breakers, but then there will be less slide from the new cloth.
True, the streamed table may be playing a bit faster than the other tables because of the lights. Several players have had trouble over-running position. But, as you note, we see only the one table, so I can't compare it to the other tables in terms of statistics.
As far as strong match-ups ahead, yes, but yesterday was pretty special in itself!