GP San Jose AJ Report

Rulings of note   A double HCE     The situation   NAP activates and tape three other artifacts. He announces “for four” while he takes the top 4 cards, from which he quickly selects one that’s added to his hand. Meanwhile, AP takes the Merchant’s Dockhand to read it. When he intervenes to point out the mistake, the selected card has already been added to NAP’s hand.     The Investigation   Considering the mistake

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Spécificités d’un GP en scellé par équipe (et aussi un report de Head Judge du GP Kyoto)

Kyoto n’a pas été le GP le plus stimulant auquel j’ai participé au niveau des questions de règles ou règlements. En fait je n’ai aucune situation intéressante à partager ici. Par contre, un certain nombre d’autres défis se sont présentés.     Le scellé par équipe, c’est long   Un événement en scellé par équipe va facilement traîner en longueur. En effet, les procédures en équipe sont très différentes des procédures en individuel.     Présentation

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Team Sealed GPs specifics (Also a GP Kyoto HJ Report)

Rulings-wise, Kyoto has not been the most exciting Grand Prix I’ve ever been. Actually, not a single ruling is worth mentioning here. However, it featured some unique challenges, which are worth exploring.     Team Sealed: A generally long event   A Team Sealed Event can be fairly long. Indeed, many steps vastly differ from its individual counterpart     Boosters Presentation   This competitive-REL procedure usually takes about 2-3 minutes

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PT Sydney HJ Report

 Draft Specific considerations   A lost card   A player calls us at the beginning of the deck construction period to claim he is missing a card. This card is his First Pick First Pack. He is able to tell which card it is but is unable to locate it. Following the guidelines described in this article, we did not issue any proxy. Being unable to recover the lost card before the end of deck construction, he registered a 40-card deck without that card. He found it back later

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