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Biểu tượng đầu hàng trong Yu-Gi-Oh! BAM.

Khi đầu hàng nghĩa là buộc phải từ bỏ một trận Duel cho đối phương, và cho phép họ tự động chiến thắng trận Duel đó.

Đầu hàng thường được hiểu là dọn bàn, bởi vì sau khi đầu hàng thì người chơi sẽ "dọn" hết các lá bài của họ và xáo trộn chúng lại với nhau nhằm chuẩn bị cho những trận Duel kế tiếp.

Surrendering can be used strategically in a Match if it would not result in a Match loss. For example, if the player wants to conceal specific cards or their overall Deck theme from their opponent but is very unlikely to win from their current position, surrendering would prevent the possibility of the opponent finding out.

In most video games, in contrast to the official OCG and TCG rules, a player is only allowed to surrender the Duel during their own Main Phase, and only on the 10th turn or later of the Duel. Generally, an AI opponent will never surrender, with the only known exception being the Yata-Garasu Lockdown.

Luật

Officially, players are allowed to surrender the Duel at any time, during either player's turn. However, in the TCG, the opponent is required to accept a player's surrender, whereas in the OCG the opponent can refuse a surrender for a single game. However, in both the TCG and OCG, the opponent must accept a Match surrender.[citation needed]

The TCG rule was used tactically against players who used "Victory Dragon", whose effect allowed a player to win the Match. If a player surrendered the Duel right before "Victory Dragon" attacked, they would only lose the Duel instead of the Match, thereby effectively making the card's effect useless. In official tournaments, some players declared such a form of surrendering as unsportsmanlike behavior, causing many problematic ruling disputes among judges.[citation needed] This was among the factors that eventually led to "Victory Dragon" becoming Forbidden.[citation needed]

Trong anime

In the anime, a player surrenders by placing their hand over their Deck or Duel Disk. In official tournaments, this is not accepted; a player must make a vocal declaration that they are conceding the Duel.

In the anime, a Surrender has been successfully performed six times. Mai Valentine against Yami Yugi,[1] Solomon Muto against Arthur Hawkins,[2] Yugi Muto against Rebecca Hawkins,[2] Marik Ishtar against Yami Yugi,[3] Elroy Prescot against Belowski[4] and Declan against Yuya Sakaki.[5]

Joey Wheeler, Yami Yugi, Leon von Schroeder, Greiger, Carly Carmine, Misty Tredwell, and Yuma Tsukumo have all attempted to surrender at least one of their Duels, albeit unsuccessfully.

Tham khảo

  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! tập 30:
  2. 2,0 2,1 Yu-Gi-Oh! tập 42:
  3. Yu-Gi-Oh! tập 142:
  4. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX tập 90:
  5. Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V tập 13:

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