I've been hoping I wouldn't have to write this but last night at Niles CC was the last straw for me. The object of the game for a majority of players in Masters (I'm not saying everyone so please don't reply that it's not everyone) is to get ahead in prize cards and then to stall. At Nationals, 5 out of my 9 opponents incessantly looked through their discard pile, searched their deck, looked again at their discard pile, looked at their hand, etc. I did ask the person to be courteous and to play in a timely manner. Most laughed and said they could do what they want. I called over a judge the first few times and they said the player had the right to search and research if they so choose. At the Battle Roads, it wasn't done a lot to me but I saw people around me being stalled. Cities have brought this to a new level! Last night, I had 3 people take the first prize card and then take 10 minutes a turn! One guy for a Celios looked at his discard pile 9 times and his deck 8 times before choosing a Smeargle!! Around me (since I had so much time waiting for my turn), I saw it happening everywhere!! IMHO, it's time to bring a turn timer like they have in competitive chess into the game. Hit the button when the first person draws, and they have 2 minutes for their turn. When they finish their turn, the hit the button and the next person has 2 minutes and so forth. If time expires, your turn ends immediately and your opponent begins their turn. Other alternatives are too subjective and the judges can't keep track of everyone. Note that I only recommend this for the Masters and maybe the Seniors. What are your thoughts?