倒回,非公开信息和长远计划

在违规处理方针IPG中明确表示了,如果违规不属于任意一种可以用部分修正来处理的情形,“则可以考虑进行完整倒回,或保留当前游戏状态不做修正。” 我之前曾在其他文章(中文版)中对此有一些的分享。最近我被问及在考虑倒回时,是否会把非公开的信息纳入考量。以下是我的看法。   案例 Alex 施放 。Nelo场上有2个未横置的海岛和4个未横置的山脉,他横置了2个山脉和1个海岛施放

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Backing up, Hidden information and Long-term plans

The IPG indicates that, in absence of meeting the criteria for one of the approved partial fixes, "a full backup may be considered or the game state may be left as is." I have already expanded in some articles about backups, and was recently asked whether I usually consider Hidden information before making a decision. So here are my thoughts on this.   The situation Alex casts . Nelo, who controls 2 untapped Islands and 4 untapped Mountains, taps 2 Mountain and 1 Island to cast to counter

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Reporting a Looking at Extra Cards penalty

Today we would like to focus on the purpose of writing comments for penalties resulting from Looking at Extra Cards (LEC). All LEC infractions are very similar: A player saw a card he should not have seen If the card was unknown, it will be shuffled back into the random portion of the deck.   However, the impact of the infraction on the game can greatly vary. Let’s take two currently classic examples: The turn before, Nicholas killed Andy’s . No player even notices Andy

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Game Play Error — Failure to Reveal

Note: This article is slightly outdated as the corresponding section of the MIPG has since been merged with Game Rule Violation. However, the philosophy described in there is still valid. Magic: the Gathering is a game of hidden information. Failure to Reveal (FtR) is the infraction that enforces playing correctly with hidden information. Failure to Reveal is one of the least well understood penalties in the entire Magic Infraction and Procedure Guide (MIPG). Difficulties arise in part because

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