As one of the examples of "Unsporting Conduct: Severe," the following is included: "Determining the outcome of a match by random means, through the use of bribery or coercion, or via choosing methods/games." My question is...what does this mean? Whether in isolation or in context, it reads pretty ambiguously, so I'd like to clear it up. The way I read it, it seems like it means to say that a match should not be decided by some sort of negotiated agreement, such as the number of prize cards remaining or board state. But then there are situations where such an agreement would be the essence of sportsmanlike conduct, such as conceding to an opponent you know you wouldn't have beaten if they game continued.