Originally Posted by Rooter-Tooter BBQ
True, I guess its a win win
It may be good for one comp, but a false high score isn't going to help me as a cook. I want to be judged as accurately as KCBS allows for, on how the judge thought my food was. If I'm cooking 5's (I'm not) but the judge scores me 7 or 8 because he doesn't want to fill out a card, that doesn't help me.