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  • This penalty is appropriate when a player realizes he or she has an illegal Deck or Deck List and brings it to the attention of tournament staff before the tournament begins.
  • A player accidentally marks two copies of a limited card on his Deck List and brings it up to a tournament official prior to Round 1.
  • A player has 39 cards in her Main Deck and brings it up to a tournament official prior to Round 1, and is able to add another tournament legal card to bring the total to 40 before the round begins.
  • A player arrives at his match and prior to presenting his Deck to his opponent to randomize, realizes he forgot to remove Side Deck cards from the previous match. The player must restore his Deck within the three-minute window, or risk an additional penalty for Tardiness.
  • This penalty is appropriate if a player registers an illegal Deck List or has an illegal Deck, and does not catch the errors before Round 1 begins.
If the Deck is illegal and the Deck List is legal, a judge should fix the Deck to match the Deck List. It is the player’s responsibility to obtain any cards needed to match the Deck to the Deck List before the three-minute mark in the next round. If the player cannot obtain the cards, he or she will receive a Match Loss for that round. If both the Deck and Deck List are illegal, a judge should fix the Deck first and then fix the Deck List to match the Deck. However, if a Deck Check has already been performed in which the Deck List has been verified as legal, the Deck List cannot be changed. In this case, if the Deck does not match the Deck List, a judge should fix the Deck to match the Deck List.
  • If both the Deck List and the Deck are legal but do not match, a judge should fix the Deck to match the Deck List.
  • A player registers 3 copies of a limited card in his Deck List.
  • A player has 39 cards in her Main Deck.
  • A player forgets to remove Side Deck cards from her Deck in between rounds, and the error is caught after the Deck has been presented to her opponent for randomization.

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