Inspired by the new card You Are Already Dead.
There's a combo deck that wins with Thassa's Oracle, then playing Spoils of the Vault in response to the Oracle's trigger to exile their entire library. The win is deterministic - once Spoils resolves the game is over. Opponent probably won't concede though, since they get to see what else is in the deck for sideboarding equity.
One consequence of this is that when naming a card with Spoils of the Vault, it's become rather common to name You Are Already Dead, since the opponent really is "already dead". It's a way to poke fun at them and/or to tilt them.
Question: are you allowed to name even more stupid, non-existent card names like "I'm Still At 20 Lol" or "Your Wife Is Cheating On You" to tilt them even more?
NB: for the combo to work, one needs to name a card not in the deck. You Are Already Dead is such a card, and other silly card names won't be in the deck either.