I predict that the next Teen Tournament will have the same betting we see now. And by that time, I'm sure that they will only vaguely recall "that James guy" if they do at all. While he's a big deal to J! fans, and will be remembered a long time, he's going to be a quick flash on the average person's life and I truly don't think he's going to change the game fundamentally. There have always been people who don't start at the top (not a majority, but some) and who go big on DD (again, not the majority, but some) and there have always been games where one person is just quicker with the buzzer than the other players. While James had a great run and should be proud of his accomplishment, he had a combination of all three that worked for a long time, but nothing he did hadn't been seen before. It was his combination that helped him win, not a revolutionary playing style.