McKenzie Method

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The McKenzie Method is a school of thought on buzzing strategy which advocates that players wait until they hear a clue they know, then buzz in. It is attributed to Kelly McKenzie, but may actually have been first invented by Alice Chou beforehand.

Contrast with the Keller Method, Westbrook Method, Yaphe Method, and Freshman Method.