Now it comes down to if the judge has the right to penalize you for what he thinks you're doing.
It wouldn't be the only case.
126. Game Play Error — Failure to Maintain Game State
This infraction is committed by a player who has allowed another player in the game to commit a Game Play Error and has not pointed it out it before he or she could potentially gain advantage. If a judge believes a player is intentionally not pointing out other players’ illegal actions, either for his or her own advantage, or in the hope of bringing it up at a more strategically advantageous time, the infraction is Cheating — Fraud.
Now, maybe you haven't looked through the other thread that started this:
No. Obviously it isn't infinite, but each cascade spell will take 5+ minutes for the resolve and shuffle. Next turn, the same. etc.
Should force 1-0-1 wins.
Will the judge figure out that this is what's going on? Good question.
Is this stalling? Hell, yes.