Monthly Archives: March 2015

Expanding the Scope of Intuitions by Bob Overing

Bob discusses how we might use intuitions in LD theory debates.

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At-Larges Released

The at larges have been released!

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Debate for All – RVI

Concept Sometimes you’ll hear a suspicious-sounding word in Scrabble where you’re not quite sure if it’s a real word. You can initiate a “challenge,” which is more or less an accusation that your opponent has cheated by using a word […]

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Akhil Gandra wins the Kandi King RR

The Kandi King RR will take place on March 27th and 28th in Houston.

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Kalluri wins the Hockaday RR

The Hockaday Women’s Round Robin is held Saturday and Sunday, March 28-29

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Three Quick Polls

Polls about the topic, the FYO rule, and future DFA articles.

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Fairness in the Presidential Debates by Bob Overing

A group of prominent former public officials is challenging the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) to allow independent and third-party candidates to participate in the presidential debates held before each election.

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Coaches Poll Top 25 – March 15

Congratulations to 1) Peninsula AJ, 2) Del Mar VB, 3) Peninsula AT, 4) Harker PR, 5) Greenhill BE

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Debate For All: Intro to Elim Strategy

Learn the basis of Elim strategy. When you should you flip? What side should you choose? When should you break new? Should you disclose which aff you’ll read before the round?

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RVI and the K by Connor Davis

In this piece, Connor argues for a defensive RVI on Kritiks.

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