Card Cavern Trading Cards Series: S2 - #4 (FREE)
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Organized by PTCGO League
Standard format


Hosted by PTCGO League & Card Cavern Trading Cards

Standard Format | Free Entry | All Players Welcome!


  1. Please review this page carefully. If this is your first tournament, click here to learn about participation in events on the Limitless online platform. We want you to have a successful tournament!

  2. Register for the event (click the orange "Register Now" button on this page).

  3. Submit a Decklist. This event is played in the TCG's Standard format.

  4. Tournament Check-In is required (opens 30 minutes prior to the start of the event).


PHASE 1: Swiss Rounds

  • BO1: You'll play a single game against your opponent.
  • Rounds are 25 minutes long (any incomplete matches will be scored a draw)
  • You must check in and begin gameplay within the first 5 minutes of the round.
  • Wins are worth 1 pt; a draw/loss is worth 0 pts.

If a round is finished early, we will start the next round ahead of schedule. Please keep your Dashboard open at all times during the event. Thank you!

Following the conclusion of this phase, the top 8 players in the Standings will immediately advance to Top Cut...

PHASE 2: Top Cut

  • BO3: The first player to win 2 individual games is the match winner.
  • Rounds are 60 minutes long. If a match runs into time, the player who is currently ahead (first in games won, and then in prize cards taken) will be declared the winner. (If tied, players will play until the next prize card is taken.)


Check In Policy: CHECK IN is required for each individual round. If you are not present and communicating with your opponent within the first 5 minutes, you'll receive the game loss. In an effort to ensure as many players as possible are paired with active opponents, those who fail to check in with no sign of being present may be dropped without warning. If you miss the start of a round by accident but still intend to play in future rounds, it's your responsibility to contact the organizer/judge and make them aware that you wish to continue in the event.

Deck Sharing ON: The Deck List Sharing feature must always be turned ON in the game settings.

Match Timers ON: When you challenge your opponent you must always enable the Timed Match option.

Wrong Deck Selected: If a player chooses the wrong deck by accident, they must declare so immediately before any actions are taken. If Deck Sharing is on, the opposing player should be able to verify that the deck was in fact incorrect and the game should be replayed. If any conditions above are not met, the result is a game loss.

Disconnections/Leaving a Game: In the event of a disconnect, the timer will continue to run while the player attempts to reconnect. If the game ends the match due to inactivity or a player leaves the game for any other reason, it is considered a game loss.

Slowplay/Stalling: Players are expected to take actions at a reasonable pace. It is not allowed to purposely waste time by repeatedly running down the timer or doing actions that don't impact the game state. Intentionally slowplaying is considered an unsporting conduct and should be reported (with screenshots if possible).

Going First/Second: For single games, the winner of the coin flip decides who goes first. For Games 2 & 3 in best-of-three matches, the loser of the previous game gets to decide who goes first. (In cases where the winner of the previous game wins the coin flip and selects the wrong option by accident, the opponent is entitled to request a restart of the affected game).

Documenting Results: Whenever possible, players should attempt to keep some sort of record of their matches - this can include screenshots, video, or a copy of the game logs. It's very rare that we have an issue, but in case there is a dispute it will help to have as much information as possible. At a minimum, you should take a screenshot of the match results page that shows who won/lost the game.

Need Help?: If you have any questions or concerns during the event, use the Request a Judge button here on Limitless or get in touch with rabidragon#3983 on Discord. The organizers/judges will do their best to make fair rulings in accordance with the rules above.


Prizes are Astral Radiance codes as outlined below.

1st: 80 Codes
2nd: 40 Codes
3rd-4th: 20 Codes
5th-8th: 10 Codes

Codes will be delivered to players shortly after the event has concluded via the Rewards Page here on Limitless.

Season Points System: Players will also earn points based on their placement in this event. The top players will be invited to compete in a special season finale event.

Tournament sponsored by Card Cavern Trading Cards

Tournament Structure

Swiss Rounds
7 Swiss Rounds - BO1
25 minutes per round
5 minute round check-in
8 players advance to the next phase
Top 8
3 Single Elimination Rounds - BO3
60 minutes per round
5 minute round check-in
Wins are worth 1 match point, ties 0