Re(3): Magic City to host U.S. National Jai-Alai Championship 4/25-26/2020 Posted on December 30, 2019 at 10:50:34 AM by jeff "laca" Conway
I find it puzzling that people think that any good player could go out there and whip everyone’s ass when they have no experience on that court. Of course there’s no betting allowed on this event, but to bridge jump on Diego to win it all is crazy. These glass courts, the low ceilings and bouncy balls present conditions that most players are not use to.
I’ve seen it firsthand on our St Pete court where former pros all struggle their first time out there. One of our top players tried out at N Miami for a Calder tryout and struggled terribly.
With only one minute of practice time before each game and Friday as the practice day (hours not known yet) you could be eliminated before you know it. In my opinion, the Douglas- Kubala team, with their experience, would be the heavy favorite. Replies: