I, for one, disagree that there is an optimal, proper, or correct bet on a DD. I think it depends on on your risk profile and what your goal is for the wager. Most people aren't willing to do an all-or-nothing, especially late in the game. Do people frequently bet too little for the circumstances? Yes, but I think that's attributable to risk aversion (as well as just plain not knowing any better).mcsheffrey wrote:I knew that I would catch some grief for the DD bets here. For the first one, I was just really uncertain about the category. It wasn't until the very last second that I came up with Bianca.
And congrats, Grant! Well done!
Carol Anne commented on that as well. He seemed to be having a little too much fun with it. I think it might be attributable to some laciviousness on his part.OSXpert wrote: 1.) He seemed to be over-pronouncing "Lolita" each time, but maybe he was correct.
When the Winnebago clue came up (This company that makes the RV seen here shares its name with Wisconsin's largest inland lake -- thanks Archivers!) I thought it said it was named for Lake Winnebago. It seems like it was named after the county, which was named after the Winnnebago tribe. I've been to the Winnebago Reservation, but that's in Nebraska.