How does one handle if you feel your opponent is stalling near dice down? You can call a judge over but its not like he will magically appear 2 minutes before you figure out your opponent is stalling. The more you wait for one the more you argue the more time is being eaten up. Once dice down is called its not like you get to play out your game. Most importantly you feel like the **** because had to cause a scene to get a judge to come over so it feels like its best avoided. DEATH CLOCK needs to be standard.
Open communication. I have heard many horror stories and witnessed things where questions were asked and were answered in ways to hide the correct answers or just flat out lied to or things get added to the answer after you have made your move based of the answer that was given. Do you get to do a rewind? I doubt it. Sure seems like an easy way to win just by not giving all the information that was asked. What are the repercussions for not giving the full answer to a question, lying or disagreeing what was agreed on. I understand people are human and mistakes are made but it seems like people in the competitive tournament play look for every single advantage they can take.
Yes I understand this is not the norm and as a whole the tournament scene is pretty classy but these things do arise and its very frustrating to watch and be apart of it.
If you need to lie to win at this game please quit playing.