MTR 3.6 Card Interpretation

A card is considered named in game when a player has provided a description (which may include the name or partial name) that could only apply to one card. Any player or judge realizing a description is still ambiguous must seek further clarification.

Players have the right to request access to the official wording of a card the can describe. That request will be honored if logistically possible.

The official text of any card is the Oracle text corresponding to the name of the card.

Players may not use errors or omissions in Oracle to abuse the rules. The Head Judge is the final authority for card interpretations, and he or she may overrule Oracle if an error is discovered.