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Date Posted: 23:43:11 09/04/07 Mon
Author: let's make it stanardized
Subject: since Irish dance adjudicating is supposed to be subjective-then it only makes sense to have different opinions for each round-having same 5 or 7 opinions for all 3 hardly seems fair(more)
In reply to: -- 's message, "rotating judges" on 23:34:51 09/04/07 Mon

why does a regional Oireachtas have rotating panels-but at Worlds it is not? Seems like if 2 or 3 judges don't like a particular style and mark a dancer down for that-not for the true techical components-that poor dancer is sunk after the first round. Have seen it happen at majors-

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  • I think rotaing panels is the most fair (NT) -- my vote!, 00:15:53 10/04/07 Tue

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