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Date Posted: 11:14:25 10/04/07 Tue
Author: mom
Subject: I always thought this in theory, but TC told me...
In reply to: -- 's message, "rotating judges" on 23:34:51 09/04/07 Mon

that it can create odd results. If a dancer is a consistently strong (but maybe not stellar) dancer, they do better with non rotating panel.

The dancers who do well with rotating are "sometimes" dancers ("Sometimes" they surprise you).

I am probably not doing her explanation justice, but thought I'd add the concept to the mix.

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