EDISON FORMAT RULE # 10 - End-of-Turn Discard
In Edison Format, players can't respond to the end-of-turn discard for hand size at all, as this must be the last action a player performs in a turn [REF1, REF2]. However, when a mandatory Trigger Effect is triggered by this discard, a chain will be built with special properties:
EDISON FORMAT RULE # 11 - Infinite Loops
In contemporary Yu-Gi-Oh!, when an infinite loop is created, a nuanced procedure is performed wherein players and judges determine which card is the "primary cause" of the loop; that card is then sent to the Graveyard by game mechanics. In Edison Format, this is only true for "involuntary" infinite loops (see Example 4), when an infinite loop is initiated by game mechanics and not by the action of a player. Conversely, in Edison Format, any "voluntary" action that would cause an infinite loop is simply illegal (as depicted in Examples 1, 2, and 3).