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Posted by Juggy D Beerman on October 12, 2013 at 11:10:57:

In Reply to: Table of Death at the American Royal posted by Juggy D Beerman on October 11, 2013 at 12:21:04:

Howdy Folks, I did some more digging around the results and this table 17 must have had some really bad food that day. Either that or they must have been comparing the ribs served at Chili's and the brisket served at Arby's to the samples they were given. Or maybe it was the luck of the draw and they got mostly bad samples. Here are some more examples:

Chicken: 533 Judged Entries

524----------28.5600 23.9772 23.4172 24.5600 31.4400 27.4172 135.9544
490----------28.5600 26.2628 29.7028 32.0000 26.2628 29.7028 146.2284


Ribs 532 Judged Entries

527---------24.5600 22.8572 24.0000 28.0000 25.1200 24.0000 125.6800
509---------28.5600 21.6800 29.7028 28.0000 24.5600 26.8572 137.6800
499---------24.0000 23.9772 24.0000 28.0000 31.4400 32.0000 139.4400

Brisket 530 Judged Enties

530---------21.1200 17.1200 18.8228 18.2628 21.1200 21.6800 101.0056
522---------24.5600 19.3828 26.2628 26.8572 24.5600 25.1200 127.3600
486---------28.0000 22.8572 27.4056 30.2972 28.0000 27.4172 141.1200

What a strange coincidence that the lowest scoring brisket and the lowest scoring pork that was judged came from table 17. Looking at the 499th placing ribs, I see scores of straight 6s, 7s and one judge was even gracious enought to give straight 8s. Looks like some critical thinking there on deeming the scores.

There are two experienced award winning teams in the scores I have listed. I guess I should count my blessings that our entries didn't reach the table.

Aleing,

Juggy



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