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 2014

Hello all, It is time for a new entry in this blog! There will be some changes in the Judge Booth Project which will more or less lead into “everyone can run the booth at any tournament in the world”. Why this change? The booth has been successful in its current form (GP’s only). Players love it and learn from it, but in the last months, I keep getting more and more requests from judges who want to do a booth at a local PTQ or Prerelease. We’d like to take this opportunity to open the

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Judge Booth in Ljubljana

This report has been submitted by after he organized a judge booth at his local PTQ. If you also would like to organize such a judge booth at one of your local events, do not hesitate to contact us for assistance and material! We had a PTQ in Ljubljana, Slovenia on October 5th where 115 players gathered to compete for an invite to PT in Valencia. Since it was a big tournament we expected many people from other regions of Slovenian will come, where we don't have any active judge and I thought Judge

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Gatecrash Update and more

Hello fellow Judges, The new sheets for the Judge booth are ready to use. So if you would like to run a booth, just contact your Regional Coordinator or me. Thanks to the following judges for submitting questions for the booth. Darcy Alemany Jack Doyle Jason Flatford Josh Stansfield Mike White Nate Lawrence Paul Baranay and special thanks to , not only for helping in the Judge Booth Project, but also for submitting 24(!) new questions. Sounds good, right? But that's not all,

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Judge Booth @ GP Lyon 12

The following little report is written by . Here is his story about the booth at GP Lyon 2012: I wasn't scheduled to be in the judge booth at GP Lyon. The reason I ended up there was because my roommate (Stefan Ladstätter) was the ”Booth Lead”. He had brought questions to it, and I had too. We discussed each other's questions and talked about the judge booth. This happened Saturday evening, and the booth was scheduled for Sunday. I mentioned I would like to participate, because I like

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Judge Booth @ GP Bochum

Anniek van der Peijl war part of the judge booth at GP Bochum. Here is her reasoning why she enjoys the judge booth. If you like to share your experiance with the Judge Booth as well as Anniek, feel free to send me an email. Anniek wrotes: "Challenging players (and judges too!) with difficult rules questions is one something I love to do. One of the reasons I became a judge in the first place is because I enjoy explaining the rules to others. So I was very happy to be on judge-booth duty on

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Welcome!

Welcome to the Judge Booth Blog. Many of you have heard of or even participated in a judge booth at a GP or other tournament worldwide. If not, let me introduce the concept of the judge booth. It's a place where players can meet us, the Magic Judges. Our goals are public relations: showing that judges are more than the guy who answers your rules questions and wants to get your result entry slip. Education: We can educate players on the rules and policy chances and answer questions they might

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