I've done this with a room full of people and the issue I ran into was the clog of people walking up to the front to look at the answers and place their tokens... then, having to come back up and collect their card and tokens. Do you experience this at all?
I did experience that issue. I tried to mitigate this in the following ways:
- I had an assistant collect the answer boards. This reduced the movement of the groups.
- I read the answers out to everyone (twice) so the groups could make their decision before going up to place their bets.
- Groups sent a team representative (their better) to place the bets.
- Team "Betters" collected their own materials after the round -- this went pretty fast as the groups wanted to have their board cleaned and ready for the next question.
Sometimes, there was some shuffling at the display table as bets were being placed and teams were sorting out their bets. But I had a BUG timer I placed up front to prevent lollygagging.
I could not have done this in a environment with a stage or other front room obstacle.
If money were no object, a digital version of the game with game stations are each table and a large front monitor for the submitted answers for the betting round would be ideal. (Virtual tabletop?)