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Leaves play VS removed from play



Hi folks!
I read through errated cards and find some divergence. 
Description of Papa Loco and Francisco Ortega ability has updated with "until this model leaves play". That was done in order to eliminate "papa-in-the-box" or endless "El Mayor", when players just buried models to extend the effects. As I understand "leaves play" means - leaves by any way, icl. killed, sacrificed and removed from play.

So technically we can read "removed from play"  as "leaves play". It is the same? Why we need "leaves play" if it's the same sentence?  It's kinda сonfuses

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