Keeping it real Posted on January 3, 2021 at 01:37:10 PM by Craig G
I examined last nights perf, and found that the shortest time was 4 minutes and 50 seconds, and the average was 5 minutes and 36 seconds.
Should not be a problem for betting from home. Might be tough for in person.
Personally, with my chess background, I have played "Bullet" chess, where each side has only one freaking minute to complete the entire game. I was never that great at it, but I can handle 2 minute bullet. Point being that compared to that, 5 minutes plus for jai-alai betting "moves" is huge. Especially since you have the opportunity to do most of your thinking in advance.
So, I see a monster difference between 10 seconds (hopeless) and 5 minutes plus, which is doable.
Then again - By Craig GJanuary 3, 2021 at 01:46:11 PM
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