Simon tries tu unravel the mysteries of investigations on tricky and nuanced situations.
Christopher Cahill lists all the thing you need to think before headjudging your first PPTQ
Lems shares his kwowledge concerning Appeals, how to reduce them, how to properly handle them and so on.
You want to be a Level 2 judge one day or teach your mate how to do it ? So let's see what Enrique Naranjo tells us about the skills and the various aspects needed for a Level 2 candidate.
So you made up your mind and a player is DQed ! Well, Alejandro Raggio tells you everything you need to know and to do after this point.
The following document explains the different ways a play could cheat at a sealed event.
The following document contains informations about how to organize this seminar. It describes how you may build a set up and how presenters (since 2 are needed) can present game states issues.
The following document contains information about event applications. It explains what judges should be doing to improve their chances to be selected to an event staff. It also explains what a judge should do in a situation that they have been declined.
The following document is an outline of a seminar dealing with various situations of communication with players.
The following document contains the standard procedure to make a deck check. It is a step by step guide about how to perform a deck check correctly.
The following document tells us how to give penalties in a professional way when assessing faulty situations. It also gives some scenarios to discuss with.
This Document describes the procedure to write successful reviews with several examples
The following Document showcases how judging could strengthen our qualifications while we search for a job.
This Document contains possible topics for seminars, advice for the presenters of a seminar, and advice for those who organize conferences.
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 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 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.
Brian Schenck, the person behind all the exams' content at the judge center, help us mentoring judge candidates to L1 and L1 to L2.