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Date Posted: 06:26:41 07/16/17 Sun
Author: Rotate
Subject: Rotating panel for sure. My daughter is infinitely better at soft shoe than hard shoe. At a typical feis she is middle of the pack for hard & usually first in soft.at national she's soft shoe got the same marks as hard shoe. They definitely Juergen both rounds at once - didn't even watch her soft shoe. Very frustrating
In reply to: however (inside) 's message, "curious -- rotating panel vs fixed at a major? I'm sure fixed is more consitent, either they like you or they don't so you have 1 chance in the first round..." on 18:59:34 07/14/17 Fri

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  • My dd is much better at hard shoe than soft, but I still prefer rotating. It is definitely more fair, less political, and gives a truer result as to the dancer who was the best all-around dancer on the day. (NT) -- jmo, 07:26:19 07/16/17 Sun
  • Let me add. I have been at this a long time. I used to feel differently. I thought fixed panel gave a better all-around, but after reviewing so many score sheets over the years, it is clear that while there are anomolies in both systems, rotating gives a more fair result more of the time than fixed. (NT) -- .., 07:28:25 07/16/17 Sun

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