For the 5th straight Battle Road, we saw juniors play with old cards and computer printoffs in sleeves. None of these was a mailicious attempt by the kids but a lack of knowledge and help in getting their deck together. In Rockford, one little boy was leading the tournament until the final 4 and they deck checked and he had the wrong card or a bad card and was in tears and miserable. We saw a few weeks ago were another kid didn't know what was legal and just had a mess of cards and no one would help him and the same in tears and miserable. I know deck checks are time consuming and all but would it hurt to do it for the juniors (and others you can tell are new) and help them learn and understand and avoid the bad experiences. Just a thought.