Heya dudes and dudettes,
Do any of you listen to the schemes and stones podcast? Have you listened to the latest on hand control and manipulation?
"Episode 32 - Improving Play: Deck and Hand Manipulation"
What were your thoughts?
I thought the play on probability of a beneficial outcome between a double negative flip vs. a single negative flip was an interesting insight. I find it tempted at times to cheat, but realistically the cheat may not get it about the single negative. The reduction of hand size and thus manipulation control was a big highlight.
Insight to the use of positive and negative flips to really power through your deck to balance your probability in a turn was also interesting.
The insight for ressers using punk zombies to get the + flips (As they burn their high cards for summons) was also interesting - and plays it back to the power of opposed duels and reducing your opponents hand size.
Does anyone card count? Even in the brief way mentioned? I was thinking the +1 / -1 idea is more achievable, may give it a shot.