When it all comes down to two decks anyone can copy off a net-deck list, it stops being an interesting competition altogether. It comes down to a luck roulette, added to a "who can make the most screw-ups" element. It's no longer about skill and creativity; just buy the deck, pilot it, win if you get the right cards at the right times, yay pro points. Put two computers playing instead of the players and the results will be very much the same.
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- Applied physics
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