Originally Posted by arrowhead
at a comp this past weekend, the table captain was voicing his opinion on how a cbj should judge a box with 2 different items. i told him it wasn't his job to hold a cbj class at a competition. created a little tension.
the table had 2 judges with over 30 comps, myself (22), 2 others in the teens and one with 5 comps.
he said judge both samples and only score the best entry.
i have been instructed to judge both and average the scores.
nothing in the cbj handbook on how to handle it.
In KCBS I've always heard to try them both and average the scores. MBN tells you to try them both and score the one you like best.
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