Long long ago, in the Precedented Times, a bunch of nerds who liked to play a fun sword-fighting game somehow managed to convince a commercial landlord to lease them an unloved vacant office space on Parramatta Road so they could have a place to play sword-fighting game more often. The doors opened to regular folk … More Sydney Sabre’s 8th Iso-Birthday
Luigi Martilotti made a call which was consistent with the the rules of sabre and the role of the referee. His call will stand, and will be cited in future. … More Judgment: What referees can learn from Budapest Worlds
Back in 2013 when we were just starting out, an acquaintance of ours in Korea sent us a (now sadly defunct) video link of a national tournament, in which some enormous fencer in unmarked gear was mauling the bejeesus out of Kim Junghwan. “Who the heck is that?” we asked. “He is high school student! … More Flash
Forget dangling shiny things in front of the camera.
Get people to play the game. … More Mass Market: How To Make Sabre Broadcasting Huge
Question from one of my students after the Moscow Grand Prix the other day: “Hey, do you know what was up with the camera angles in Moscow? You couldn’t see what was going on at all.” Between that and the incessant cutting around, it made following the game a lot harder than it needed to … More Focus – Specialisation and Sabre Broadcasting