ויזארד פרסמו תיקון לחוקים שהמטרה שלהם היא להבהיר את נהלי הפרישה מטורניר לפני שהוא התחיל.
הסיבה לכך היא שמישהו פתח פול מטורף ב GP VEGAS (שני גוייפים רגילים ואחד פויל) והחליט לפרוש לפני הדק סוואפינג. וויזארד הרשו לו לעשות זאת ועכשיו הם מכניסים את זה לחוקים .
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Originally Posted by MTR 2.10
2.10 Dropping from a Tournament
Players may drop from a tournament at any time. If a player drops from a tournament before the first round has started, he or she is considered to have not participated in the tournament and will not be listed in the finish order nor receive participation Planeswalker Points. Players choosing to drop from a tournament must inform the Scorekeeper by the means provided for that tournament before the pairings for the next round are generated. Players wanting to drop after the Scorekeeper begins pairing for the next round will be paired for that round. If a player does not show up for his or her match, he or she will be automatically dropped from the tournament unless they report to the Scorekeeper. Players that repeatedly and/or intentionally drop from tournaments without informing the scorekeepers of those events may be the subject of DCI penalties up to and including suspension.
Players who drop during limited events own the cards that they correctly have in their possession at that time. This includes any unopened or partially drafted boosters.If a player drops from a tournament after a cut has been made, such as a cut to the top 8 in a Magic Pro Tour Qualifier, no other player is advanced as a replacement. That player’s opponent receives a bye for the round. A cut is considered to have been made once the cut itself or pairings for the round following the cut have been posted or announced.
Players who have dropped may reenter a tournament at the discretion of the Head Judge. Players may not reenter a portion of the tournament that requires a deck they did not draft or build. Players may not reenter a tournament after any cut has been made.
Players may not drop from a tournament in exchange for or influenced by the offer of any reward or incentive. Doing so will be considered Bribery (see section 5.2).