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I have a quick question for everyone. If i were to buy 3x Wind-Up Zenmaines in korean language can i use them? Since there is a official translation and seeing as the card is RELEASED! As far as i am aware, OCG cards are legal as long as TCG has had them released. Please provide me with a link that is recent so i can either have it to disprove people or to prove myself.

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Korea is an OCG territory, so no.

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No you cannot. Even if the card has already been released in the TCG, its Illegal in sanctioned event, even if you provide a translation like with other foreign languages cards.

I believe it is because that OCG cards use a slightly different type of cardboard and are a bit thicker and heavier so it can be used to distinguish it and the fact is the Yugioh logo is a bit different and may be possible to differentiate from other cards (Some sleeves are somewhat translucent and you can see somethings in them.
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I believe it is because that OCG cards use a slightly different type of cardboard and are a bit thicker and heavier so it can be used to distinguish it and the fact is the Yugioh logo is a bit different and may be possible to differentiate from other cards (Some sleeves are somewhat translucent and you can see somethings in them.

It's because their distributions right was owned by 2 different companies. also konami decides to stick with that policy even after the company currently controlling all of it.

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Korea is in Asia, where Asia use OCG. So u cant use it in TCG

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I believe it is because that OCG cards use a slightly different type of cardboard and are a bit thicker and heavier so it can be used to distinguish it and the fact is the Yugioh logo is a bit different and may be possible to differentiate from other cards (Some sleeves are somewhat translucent and you can see somethings in them.

It's because their distributions right was owned by 2 different companies. also konami decides to stick with that policy even after the company currently controlling all of it.

No it's because the backs of the OCG and TCG cards are different, and they don't want to discriminate on non-sleeve using players so they just said no.

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OK. Thanks everyone.




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