AzB Silver Member
I saw a video of him running over 400 and it seemed to be unedited. I can't imagine that was that much down time. To remove all doubt it would have to be unedited.An unedited DVD of the run would rationally, simply not be a commercially viable product, because it would unproductively include totally unnecessary, viewer-dissuasive footage of downtime for bio-breaks and other away-from-the-table protracted minutes. It would be utterly foolish from a marketing POV to quantity-produce that form of an ultra-high -- possibly historic -- Straight Pool run DVD.
John or his team logically could of course, produce by request -- and at a higher price point -- any amounts of an unedited DVDs of the run, but there'd be far more controversy-ridden downsides than productive upsides for doing so, IMO.
I'd imagine that John and his team have -- or should have -- already commonsensically considered all of these marketing-relevant factors.