This powerpoint offers advice and describes the best practices and possible loopholes when you are running competitve events
The following document is about what to expect at your first GP. It contains recomendations, what you need to take care about and why it is different to local events.
The following document explains one of the hardest parts of the Comprehensive Rules, the Interaction of Continuous Effects. For an easier understanding, the layers, time stamp order, dependency and characteristic defining abilities are accompanied by examples.
The following Powerpoint shows us some situations of how to deal with pre-match agreements. Those situations are well detailed and explained in their non legal or legal potential.
This Powerpoint describes the problems that arise during the judge - player and judge - organizer interaciton. It also metions ways to deal with those problems, either proactively, or reactively.
the following document is an explanation of how to deal with angry players. The green wire is the way to de-escalate and the red wire... well : BOOOOOOM !!!!
This Powerpoint describes the role of a L1 and a L2 judge, and how to get there.
This Document contains a practical approach to writing evaluations of other judges - short theoretical introduction was followed by working with sample reviews, which represented both good and bad practices.
This Powerpoint explains why and how could we find and train new L1 judges. It also includes common physiological profiles of judge candidates.
This Powerpoint contains information about the role of the L3 and a roadmap of how to get there.
The following PowerPoint explains features from the Innistrad edition such as double-faced cards, morbid, flashback and fight mechanics as well as contains specific card interactions.
The following document contains tips and tricks that cover preparing for an event and keeping yourself busy at an event.
The following document shows us some ways to deal with investigations and how to maximize the efficiency of the process. Footnotes and feedback are included in order to have a better seminar next time it is presented.
This Documents is a "guide for dummies" regarding reviews, since it starts on how to enter it on the judge center and finishes on the tips and tricks of a successful review.
The following document is about what to do when you are running an event by yourself. It contains recommendations to have a well organized tournament.
The following document contains examples concerning graveyard triggers and abilities.
The following document and videos cover the different aspect of judging in a fashion that is based around the beloved cartoon "My Little Pony."