Landed in Hot Water

During a deck check in round 4 of a PPTQ, you quickly spread out the player's deck, face down.You notice that five of the cards seem to be in sleeves that are a millimeter or two smaller than the rest. Those 5 cards are a , an , an , a  and a . You ask the player about his sleeving process, and he says that he sorted the deck, filled out his deck list, then shuffled his deck a bit, then sleeved. He also mentions that he had to use two packs, because the first pack didn't have quite enough sleeves

Blame the Shuffler

During a deck check in round 4 of a PTQ, you do a quick ‘fan’ of the player's deck, face down. You notice that ten of the cards seem to be in sleeves that are a millimeter or two smaller than the rest. Those ten cards are 3 , 3 , and 4 . You ask the player about his sleeving process, and he says that he sorted the deck, filled out his deck list, then sleeved. He also mentions that he had to use two packs, because the first pack only had 50 sleeves. You've ruled out any type of Cheating. What