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Date Posted: 7/20/2013
Posted By: michael Lanier
Member Since: 7/29/2011
Number of Replies: 2
Last Post: 7/20/2013
collusion at casual REL
         I checked with a Level 2 judge. It is illegal at every REL to explicitly illegal to offer someone something for some form of compensation. Such as Andrew Marion offering his opponent win if he gives him part of prize since his match up is better. It is always a DQ.


“I'm going to write a book on how to win a Pro Tour for Dummies. The first page is buy Arcbound Ravager!” —Osyp Lebedowicz


Change AvatarDate Posted: 7/20/2013
Posted By: michael Lanier
Member Since: 7/29/2011
         currently illegal (e.g. an Aura enchanting an illegal permanent or a card in the wrong zone) and continue the
         game. If the error was caught soon after and rewinding is relatively easy, you may choose to undo all the
         actions back
         to the point that the illegal action happened. This can include returning random cards from the
         hand to the library to undo card draws (though don't shuffle the library if you do this!), and reversing various
         other actions (such as declaring attackers or b
         lockers). Don't go crazy with this!
         A player has illegal, insufficient, or another player’s cards in his or her deck
         Remove any cards that shouldn’t be there and put back any cards that should. Then, if the deck or sideboard
         has insufficient cards, add bas
         ic lands of the player’s choice to bring it to the correct size. Any cards that are
         added to the deck should be shuffled directly into the library. If the error was discovered during a draw effect,
         have the player complete the draw effect after the deck is
         fixed and shuffled. Encourage players to count their
         deck and present their sideboard (face down) to their opponents before starting a game.
         General Unwanted Behaviors
         There will sometimes be behaviors that do not have official fixes, but which need to be
         discouraged. These
         include, but are not limited to:
         
         Players taking unreasonable amounts of time sideboarding or making play decisions.
         
         Inadequate shuffling.
         
         Asking for or providing strategic advice during a match or draft.
         In these cases, educate the pla
         yer on better behavior (alternate shuffling techniques, the importance of letting
         other players make their own decisions, etc.). Players continuing to exhibit a specific unwanted behavior
         after being instructed otherwise should be issued a Game Loss. Addit
         ionally, a player that is more than 10
         minutes late to a match is considered to have forfeited the match and should be dropped at the end of round if
         he or she is still absent.
         Players engaging in conduct that you feel is likely to upset others, such as us
         ing offensive language or tearing
         up their own cards, deserve a special mention. Give these players a stern chat about what is expected at your
         event or in your store. This single warning should be the only one offered, as failure to curb this behavior is
         considered a Serious Problem and will result in removal from the event.
         Th
         reatening or aggressive behavio
         r
         directed toward other people or their property is directly considered a Serious Problem.
         Serious Problems
         Certain behaviors will not be tolerated un
         der any circumstances. Every effort should be made to educate
         players before and during events; however, ignorance of this list is not an acceptable defense. Any player
         engaging in the following must be removed from your event and, at the Organizer's discr
         etion, removed from
         the venue entirely:
         
         Aggressive, violent or abusive behavior (physical or verbal).
         
         Intentionally breaking the rules (both game and tournament) or lying (including not pointing out an
         opponent's illegal game actions, with the exception of
         missed triggered abilities).
         
         Influencing match outcomes by incentives, coercion, or outside
         -
         the
         -
         game methods, or gambling on
         any part of a tournament.
         
         Theft (including things like replacing a rare card in a draft with one from a player’s binder).
         Removin
         g players in this way is called a Disqualification, and we must always try to educate our players on
         why these actions are unacceptable. Also let the player know that while your decision is final, the Judge
         Program would still like to hear his or her side
         of the story. You can contact your local Regional Coordinator,
         high level Judge, or WPN Representative to guide you through the process of a Disqualification.


“I'm going to write a book on how to win a Pro Tour for Dummies. The first page is buy Arcbound Ravager!” —Osyp Lebedowicz


Change AvatarDate Posted: 7/20/2013
Posted By: michael Lanier
Member Since: 7/29/2011
         Sorry Ratz is gay and won't let me delete post. It falls under "Influencing match outcomes by incentives, coercion, or outside
         the
         game methods, or gambling on any part of a tournament.


“I'm going to write a book on how to win a Pro Tour for Dummies. The first page is buy Arcbound Ravager!” —Osyp Lebedowicz


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