Deck Database

MATCHUPS
R1:  Loss 0 - 2vs.  Eggy216  Mono-blue Mershift 
R2:  Draw 1 - 1vs.  kpringle  SnS Bingo Meme 
R3:  Win 2 - 0vs.  Turindor  Dimir Shadow  
R4:  Loss 1 - 2vs.  maCHOOga  Caveman Magic 101 
 
MANA SYMBOLS
  29
Total:  29
CASTING COSTS
  x 12
  x 13
  x 9
  x 1
  x 1
Avg CMC: 2.06
THIS DECK ALSO PLAYED AS
Death and Taxes Bandit Keith Community Legacy League 9.17 2-2
COMMENTS
Have any of you seen a cursed scroll with >1 cards in hand that never missed on ANY activation? Something like 5-6 of them in a row, all hitting?

Let's recap:

- Opponent at 1 life in game 3, any missed activation is death (he tapped out to do it)
- Opponent also at 1 life in game 1
- Opponent drawing his fun-of's constantly (I heard an Ensnaring Bridge is good against a creature deck. Why need more than 1 copy if you'll just draw it anyway?)
- Opponent hitting only runners on his would-be last turn so he doesn't die to his own Bridge by drawing an uncastable spell (meanwhile of course, I drew blanks each time; again, he stabilized at 1 life, and not much was required to finish him off)
- Opponent with 3 seconds on clock in Game 3. Yes, literally 3
- Aether Vial in Game 3 not letting me pass priority since it requires manual stack placement, so I end up wasting time and timing out
- Literally the same Aether Vial bug happened two weeks prior, dropping me from 1st to 2nd, both times. Important not only for prizing, but for leaderboard points
- Of course, my favorite, an opponent at 1 life in game 3, taps out to activate Cursed Scroll about 5 or 6 times in a row, and each time is a success. Any creature at all surviving means a match win. Nope - they were only hits.

Makes sense for the cursed scroll to act like this, because I am a cursed player playing in a cursed time apparently. It's only a shame that such RNG / variance equity has been burned playing for a draft set, and not at a GP or PT playing for much more money.

It's been said that if you can toss a coin and win the flip 6 times in a row at the World Series of Poker, you've won the event and you are now a millionaire. I'm just sad that such RNG mastery was wasted on poor ol' me with relative peanuts on the line, and not hitting the real bank elsewhere, since this was undoubtedly one of the craziest variance games ever played. What a waste