Upon reflection I realized that one of the reasons I did not finish the video posted above was that I was uncomfortable with the speed of the game. I appreciate an elite crew, but despite 50 years of experience and a very well defined strategy I would have felt rushed. I get that on an actual live game (as opposed to a demonstration at a dealer school) you're not going to get anywhere close to 210 rolls/hour even if the table is sparsely populated and all the players are experienced, but if nothing else the crew sent me a message that they needed my money, and didn't want to spend a lot of time getting it. I would not have been at that table for very long, or in that casino for that matter. I think I might have a similar problem on the bubble machines, particularly when trying to get familiar with the basic mechanics of betting. I doubt any machine would see me again if I timed out or made a mistake trying to make, move, press, regress, ... bets. "Haste makes waste."