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|Posté le: Ven 29 Sep - 09:12 (2017) Sujet du message: Deck Presentation Question
|At sometime after the second round I had lost a card from my sideboard that had been found and turned in to the front of the store.
Round 3 started and we began the game and I won the first match. We sideboarded and at that time the judge came over and asked to check both of our decks. And after said deck check called me over and told me I had to take a game loss.
So here are my questions:
What is the full rule on deck presentation? Does a card missing from the sideboard matter as well. The head judge had mentioned the sideboard must contain 0 or 15 cards, and that all must be present at the start of the match, that officially players are supposed to check each others deck and sideboard before hand.
If the store's owner (and a judge/TO) had indeed found the card during the second round (and after my 2nd round match was completed, should they have tried to get the card back to me before the third round?
Since the card was missing from my deck, should I have noted it missing and. Notified the judges prior to starting the match? What exactly could they have done?
So here's the part that bugs me the most. If the card had been stolen, as opposed to lost, they never would have had my deck checked (as of this point in the tournament). So do I deserve a game loss?
Since its a card missing from my sideboard, and is a card that I have an option of playing if I want (as opposed to a card that has to be in my 60 card deck), could I choose not to play it, and never have had a problem?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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