MTG: Backing Up (Or Not)

MTG: Backing Up (Or Not)

Backing up during a game of Magic is way to restore a game state damaged by a mistake after that mistake has been noticed. Players often use partial fixes at the kitchen table or casual play. The result, at least from the players point of view, is a restored game and justice. So, it’s only […]

MTG: Tournament Errors – Part 1

MTG: Tournament Errors – Part 1

Hello everyone and welcome to this module. In the next few minutes, we will cover about half of the Tournament Errors. We will specifically cover: Tardiness Outside Assistance Slow Play Insufficient Shuffling This will include a brief definition of the infraction, possible applications and examples, as well as pointing out specific or noteworthy elements about […]

MTG: Unsporting Conduct – Part 1

MTG: Unsporting Conduct – Part 1

So, you’ve been studying the IPG for a while now, and you already know the difference between Game Play Errors and Tournament Errors. But now we’re about to embark on a new kind of infraction – Unsporting Conduct. In the case of Unsporting Conduct, we’re talking about infractions that don’t necessarily happen in the context […]