Judge Booth at GP Strasbourg 2019

Hi everyone, I am , the judge in charge of the Judge Booth Project. Today, shares his experience at the GP Strasbourg Judge Booth. (Statement from 23rd February) Jean-François : Hi, could you present yourself to our readers ? Thibault : Hello everyone, I’m Thibault, Judge L1 since one year approximately and living in the Great East french region since six months. I became a judge back in Toulouse to help with my local growing community and do the same when I would move in my new

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Report from GP Lille 2018

Hi everyone ! I am , the judge in charge of the Judge Booth Project. Today, and share their experience at GP Lille which hosted a Judge Booth : In GP Lille, we organised a community stand for players and judges. I asked to judges not staffed who were interested to help, and I received more than 10 volunteers, interested in different things for the day. We set up different stands, for players, for any judge, and some more specific for the french community. The stand for players included

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The New Judge Booth

Improving your event with Magic Rules Trivia The Judge booth is a project that tries to approach players who have only a vague idea of what a judge does and how tricky Magic rules can be by presenting them with increasingly more difficult scenarios and specific questions, to which they can then give an answer. It has been used a Grand Prixs around Europe and smaller events before to great success, usually rewarding correct answers with small prizes like random foils and getting the players interested

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Judge Booth at a PTQ in Prague

Hello everyone! I am an L1 judge from the Czech Republic. In this blog post, I would like to share with you my recent experience with running a Judge Booth. I hope that it may inspire you to run one on your own. I have always been intrigued by the rules part of judging and teaching players the delicacy of rules. Another major interest is in the diplomacy between the judge and player communities. So, when I discovered it was possible to run my own judge booth, I immediately decided I had to

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Journey into Nyx Update and launch of the Online Judge Booth

Hey there, the judge booth has made some progress in the last months, and you definitely want to read about it. First we have the new questions from Journey into Nyx ready to use. Thanks to the following judges, who have submitted one or more question to the booth: , , , , and Then our wiki page gots an update to match with the project page: http://wiki.magicjudges.org/en/w/Judge_Booth Thanks to for this update. Pretty cool so far, right? But here comes the big thing: So

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Judge Booth Report from Munich

After seeing the announcement that every Judge could run a Judge Booth at basically any event I quickly decided to run a Judge Booth at my local Prerelaese for Born of the Gods. I pitched the idea to our new L1 Sebastian Stückl who immediately agreed to help me. After checking that this was ok with Michael I talked to the TO … and was somewhat surprised by the skeptical reaction. In the end it turned out that I had not optimally communicated the intent of the Judge Booth at a Prerelease, which,

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Judge Booth at a Prerelease in Tel Aviv

This time around we have another report from a Judge Booth at a Born of the Gods Prerelease in Tel Aviv, Israel. organized the booth and shares his experiences: Hello fellow judges For this event 20 questions related to Theros were selected from the sheet, printed, and numbered from 1 to 20. Every player registering for the Prerelease got a “Judge Booth Ticket” which he/she could use once to visit the judge booth and take part in that side event. Once there, after a short talk and

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