During a game on apreche’s stream, specifically Chris playing Jinteki, there was a turn where the runner hit a psychic field and did not trash. A fine play since knowing where it is means it is no longer a threat. A few turns and several new remotes later (2 rows of remotes as there is limited room on a playmat) the runner ran on a remote and scored/trashed a card. Chris then moved a couple remotes around to consolidate space (a reasonable action). Even though his movements were clear to the runner, I could see there being confusion if a psychic field is not in the same place (even relative to other remotes) as when it was first accessed. Is there any ruling regarding how remote servers should be built? I’m sure shuffling remotes a la “Three-Card Monte” is right out, but what rules/manners are/should be respected when creating new servers or consolidating space. Is the onus on the runner or corp or both to keep track? Can the runner ask where the psychic field went if he/she loses track of it?
Bonus question: After a game, it seems like good practice for the corp to reveal all facedown installed cards, as installing an ice facedown is asserting to the runner that that card is actually an ice and not an agenda. However I seldom see this practice of revealing facedown cards after a game. I think that in any high level play this should be mandatory; however this creates the problem of a corp possibly having to share too many secrets (that Shinobi splash) in a tournament structure where it’s likely for two players to play again.