Queued Judging

According to the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP), queued judging "is a method for speeding up the judging of competition categories that are made up of multiple flights. Organizers create sorted entry lists for each category, then teams of judges take turns judging entries from the list, assessing the entire category in order."

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BCOE&M supports queued judging as an option for competition organizers. Administrators set the method of judging via the Competition Organization Preferences.

When using queued judging, administrators need only to define tables and assign judges/stewards to tables. No flights need be defined as in "traditional" judging.

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