MTR 4.8 – Reversing decisions

  It sometimes happens that a player takes the wrong card from their hand and puts it on the table. While it may be easy to be sure this was not the correct card - No, that Arboretum Elemental was (most likely) not what was intended to be played on turn 2 out of those two lands -, it can be a lot trickier to determine what should happen when a player plays a Mountain from their hand, before saying they wanted to actually play a Forest when they have both Wild Nacatl and Goblin Guide

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Premiere Events Feature Matches Time Philosophy

General Philosophy The way Feature Matches are generally handled makes Featured players not treated the same way as other players: While they may already be on their way to their table, they may be asked to go in a completely different direction instead. These announcements may happen some time after Pairings (either online or on-site) have been posted. Finally, once players reach the Feature Match Area, they often need to be seated at specific seats. All of this is very time consuming and

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Out of Order Sequencing

or, “How RO(oo)Swell ended Well”   Out of order sequencing. For friends, just "OooS". Manna from heaven for players, long spoon for rules lawyers, pleasure and pain for judges, source of countless time paradoxes for the Multiverse. But what are they, and why they exist? From here, I’ll try and walk you through the distortions of the fourth dimension!     Technically correct is the best kind of correct   "Magic is a complicated game". This is how

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