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Date Posted: 14:47:10 14/04/07 Sat
Author: jmo
Subject: Exactly why I prefer rotating panels. Even if someone were to try to "do a favor" a favor in one round won't do as much damage to the overall results as one that is given for all rounds. It doesn't even apply to "favors"; certain judges prefer certain styles & if you are an athletic dancer w/a set panel where two prefer the more lyrical flowing style (or vice versa) you're sunk
In reply to: would prefer a rotating panel myself. 's message, "But what then happens if politics are involved. A dancer who may have danced three very good rounds may end up getting a poor result because of one unfair adjucator on a fixed panel." on 07:40:55 12/04/07 Thu

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