I am a novice judge and there are a lot of situations that I haven't encountered that require a judge to figure out a penalty for a very specific misplay. At a League Challenge, someone played Ace Trainer. Both players shuffled their hands into their decks and before drawing, noticed that they both had the same number of prizes. This is an irreversible game, but seeing that both players agreed to the card being played and went on with it, I am having a hard time thinking that the one who actually played the card should receive a GL as it occurs frequently with irreversible games. What bothers me are facts such as the possibility of the other player not placing prizes on the field neatly that could lead the player to think that there's a different number of prize cards than there actually is, or the affected player purposely agreeing to go on with the Ace Trainer to shuffle their hand into their deck in hopes of getting a better one. I'd greatly appreciate a second opinion. Thank you!