I see your point, however, I think this is also an important part of learning. I don't forefeit if I make one mistake because I want to see if I can find a way to win despite a screw up. And often I can! That sure feels goodForfeiting is fine as it is. It should be even encouraged if one player sees they're way outmatched from round 1. Cause it's gonna be boring for both players in the end. It's better to play matches in which the result is still uncertain until the very last card is played. Cause personally, when I see a player struggling with placement of cards like not putting them in the rows they need to be for their effects to trigger and so on or passing when they still have 8 cards in hand, it's as boring as losing somehow.