AzB Gold Member
Yes, this is true. But competition long term brings out the best. It doesn't turn the guys and women into "rail testers"! This is how sports works.Not to take Glen's side or anything but when you had the DCC 14.1 challenge, in which high runs determined who got to the final 8, no one put up an extremely high run. If I remember right, no one went over 300. But it depends on what someone calls extremely high run. To me, I think over 400 is extremely high. But to take the other side as well, that was a normal 9ft diamond table and one year it was a 10ft table. So the conditions were not really favorable for a huge run. The table conditions that will be used for this endeavor, however, will be more favorable for a large run. Similar table conditions gave us the original 526 and JS's 626. But as I stated before, I am really interested to see what happens with this. We could get a couple huge runs or no runs over 300. It will be a coin flip.
There is no argument. We will wait and see what happens.