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 Yugioh and Math

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PostSubject: Yugioh and Math   Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:43 pm

You may find this hard to believe but math has a very large role in the world of yugioh, especially when it comes to building a deck.

The most common number of cards in a deck ranges from 40 to 50, 40 is the minimum requirement and while some say it is the best number to have, this is not always the case.

I would urge someone to not use a deck of 60 unless they feel it is absolutely necessary for their deck. (an example of this is a warrior deck which needs a lot of spell cards to back it up, as well as monsters to swarm the field. )

Math and percents are imperitive to your strategy.

If my deck is 40 cards, i have 10 traps, 10 spells, 20 monsters, an even distribution between monster cards to summon, and spells and traps to support thus making my chances of drawing monsters 50% and chances of drawing support 50%, an even balance provides speed to strategy.

You should always keep as many magic/traps, as you have monsters.

having 20 monsters but 35 spell and traps would work terribly because you have so many non monster cards, you could hardly sommon a thing.

having 35 monsters but 20 spell and traps wouldn't work as well either because now your drawing too many monsters, seeing how you can only normal summon once a turn (Don't take other cards into account just the math people) You have a hand full of monsters you can't summon, isntead of spells and traps you can utilize with your monsters.

Make sense?

Equality is the first step to deck making. I use anything from 40 cards to 60 cards, i prefer a nice even 50 because most times, 40 just isn't enough.

So quick recap, 60 monsters is discouraged but sometimes nessessary, a solid deck number for new players is 50 until you learn to properly construct your deck, and always always ALWAYS have an equivilent monster to magic/trap ratio. Doing this will make your deck that much more effective

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