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FALL 2019 - Poor Form: RESULTS

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Thank you to everyone who participated! It was super fun being able to see a truly full competition again, after a lot of hard attempts to get off the ground. I'd like to thank every contestant for bearing with us judges as we worked through some new and malleable competition terms, but I hope it still made a for a fun, creatively nuanced experience that'll assist with your thematic development down the line. Every single person contributed a lot, and it was really fun to listen to new ways to take old stuff (see our old Theme and Variations competition); every piece had a wonderful arc and I appreciate you all for joining in!

Without further ado... the places:
1. @Gustav Johnson – 91.5/100
2. @Tónskáld – 91/100
3. @Noah Brode – 84/100
Congratulations, Gustav!

The chart with my and @Luis Hernández's scores is attached to this topic post and contestants will find their individual remarks in the comment section! 

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@Monarcheon's scores:

 

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@Luis Hernández's scores:

 

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Thank you to @Monarcheon and @Luis Hernández for their hard work as judges, and thank you to all of the other entrants for their fine entries as well! Third place is an honor among such solid competition. Congratulations to @Gustav Johnson and @Tónskáld for their well-deserved honors!

This was a hearty competition that hearkened back to days of YC past, and it makes me optimistic about the future of competitions here. Well done, all!

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I must echo @Noah Brode... thank you, @Monarcheon and @Luis Hernández for your dedication and thorough evaluations of these works. And for the time you sink into this forum in general. It does not go unnoticed.

Special congratulations to @Gustav Johnson for the win! I'm just honored (and pleasantly surprised) to have been named among the top 3. (I kept checking the individual judge's scores to make sure there wasn't a math error.)

All of you were quite worthy competitors and I'm fairly certain none of us would have produced such top-quality works (speaking for others, of course) had the standards not been so high. This competition stretched me in so many good ways—I'm already looking forward to the next one!

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Yowza! Thanks all!! For the kind reviews and for your entries, this competition was a challenge no doubt.

Hey, do we have a running list of competition ideas somewhere that we could update and add to? This one was super challenging but also very rewarding not only because of the participation but also because the idea itself was challenging. I'd love to see more competitions at this level, and however we can be a part of growing that would be cool.

Thanks @Monarcheon and @Luis Hernández for all your hard work - can't wait to read the comments.

Gustav

 

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Everyone is welcome to contact me if they have questions about any of my scores! 
@Gustav Johnson, if you'd like to start a new thread for ideas, you can, but since I mostly run that portion of the forum you can just message me if you have a specific idea you want to elaborate on.

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