I had an awkward judging decision go against me at the UK Nationals today, so I'm interested to know what the community think would have been a fair resolution to the situation - given the absolute lack of guidelines from FFG. Not sure if this belongs in rules or general, so @SneakySly can move it as necessary.
I'm running vs. HB and I break into a remote with two unrezzed cards (through a lone Eli) and see Breaker Bay Grid (which I trash) and an Eve Campaign (which I leave due to insufficient funds). I pass to the Corp who installs a new card into the server with Eve Campaign, does a few other things and passes back to me. I take my turn (probably cards and money) and pass back. At this point my opponent makes the illegal play of advancing out a Vitruvius from the server which I know to contain Eve Campaign.
I call the judge over who rules that the Eve is trashed but the agenda is scored. I'm pretty sure that must be the wrong call, since my opponent has effectively masqueraded an agenda as an upgrade. Had he actually installed a card over the Eve campaign I would almost certainly have run it on my previous turn.
Now, I genuinely don't believe my opponent was intentionally cheating - I think he just got momentarily confused and thought I had trashed the Eve and left the BB Grid. Nevertheless, I feel the judge got it wrong on this occasion, but I chose not to make a scene. I'm just interested to know how you guys might rule this kind of situation? You can't re-wind to the point of the infraction because the runner turn has injected so much new information into the game, so you can't undo the damage. How would you rule it?
As a side note, the same player had an alt art SMC in his runner deck that was in French. Again, I didn't cause a fuss, but I'm pretty sure there hasn't been an official FFG alt art SMC, so it's probably a custom one that he bought on ebay. Can any of the French players confirm? Was he effectively running an illegal deck and what should the punishment be in that case?