Here are the slides from the leadership conference of Italy 2015
Here are the slides from the German Speaking conferences of Fall 2015
A collection of good practices, fun study methods and teaching techniques for judges who are looking to level up or mentor others.
George Gavrilita and Aruna Prem Bianzino share their insights about the construction of a useful self Review.
Lamberto Franco and Luca Romano share their experience about judging a GP from the application letter to what happen afterwards.
Anna Cotti and Jacopo Strati explain their view about mentoring the L1s. This presentation is in italian.
Riccardo shows some knowledge about the revisited infraction called ... Drawing Extra Cards !
This seminar provides explanations on how Bribery happens and can be treated according to the Tournament Rules and th MIPG
Gareth shows us in a presentation provided by Prezi that slow Play can be generated in a player's mind by various reasons and tells us how to deal with it.
Alan explains his views concerning tournament reports and why doing them is great.
Simon tries tu unravel the mysteries of investigations on tricky and nuanced situations.
John Brian explains us how to deal with slow play efficiently.
Erik Halverson details the different ways of shuffling for us.
Rob Castellon unravels the mysteries of shortcuts.
Olivier Jansen challenges us with rules questions
Paul Baranay explains us how to go towards L2 in simple steps.
James Eveland explains us situations when a Tournament can hurt judges.
CJ and William show us how to mentor L1 candidates based on their personal experience.
Joe Hughto walk with us along the Judge Classes
Christopher Cahill lists all the thing you need to think before headjudging your first PPTQ