Having not played a lot of Bullet Chess (G/1m) over the years, I'm not quite up with the nuances of the game. So much so that of the recent games I have played, it seems like the results I score are the complete opposite of what is actually on the board. When I am winning on the board I lose on time, and when I am losing on the board, it is my opponent who gets flagged.
This leads me to one conclusion: You can play bad moves faster than good ones.
So for avid bullet players here is the question: Is playing good moves a bad strategy?