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LD Metagame JF17 Edition (Bob Overing)

Bob breaks down the Jan-Feb meta based on his analysis of doubles participants at Cal Berkeley and Harvard. He theorizes three different categories of aff and highlights some of the differences between the east and west coast metagames.

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Debate for All: Intro to PICs (Tess Welch)

What is a PIC? How is a PIC different than a regular Counterplan?

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Debate for All: How to Practice Theory

How does one improve at theory? Read this advice and comment below on your own techniques!

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2017 SWSDIT

Octafinals Catalina Foothills SW vs SCHS MM Desert Vista SY vs Desert Ridge GP Hamilton GM vs Brophy RS Catalina Foothills JC (Bye) Desert Vista LB (Bye) Corona ZE (Bye) Basis Flagstaff FD (Bye) Hamilton AM (Bye) Quarters Catalina Foothills […]

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2017 USC Damus Tournament

Main Tournament Round 1 Pairings | Results Round 2 Pairings | Results Round 3 Pairings | Results Round 4 Pairings | Results Round 5 Pairings | Results Round 6 Pairings | Results Bracket Double-Octafinals Marlborough ZW v. Harvard-Westlake VC (Thach, […]

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10 Things I Like and Don’t Like, featuring Harvard (Bob Overing)

The first edition of “10 Things I Like and Don’t Like” by Bob Overing features the Harvard tournament, plant pedagogy, and “1AR theory bad.”

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2017 Cal Invitational

Main Tournament Round 1 Pairings | Results Round 2 Pairings | Results Round 3 Pairings | Results Round 4 Pairings | Results Round 5 Pairings

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2017 Harvard Tournament

Main Tournament Round 1 Pairings | Results Round 2 Pairings | Results Round 3 Pairings | Results Round 4 Pairings | Results Round 5 Pairings | Results Round 6 Pairings | Results

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5 Fixes to Improve Your K Game

Luis Sandoval offers 5 tips to help improve your K game.

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Defining and Debating A Prioris (Noah Simon)

“What is an a priori anyway?” Noah Simon asks and answers the basic definitional question while presenting a nuanced distinction between two types of a prioris. His distinction provides insight into how debaters and theorists should approach a prioris moving forward.

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