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- Thread starter Jason Waddell
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-did you know the 61 ratio of C:U:R in retail sets approximates the ratio for the amount of a single card opened based on which set it's in? i.e. the ratio of serra avengers to molten disasters to tarmogoyfs opened in TPF draft is ~61 (112 is more precise given a number of unrealistic assumptions, like no prize packs or a constant rate of drafting). anyway, i have no idea what to make of this, but i typed it out anyway cuz fuck it.

-i liked that this was mainly about the thought process behind building such a cube instead of the experience thereof, since that's what i was interested in and that's what we do best.

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Also, those stats and charts were sweet!

-did you know the 61 ratio of C:U:R in retail sets approximates the ratio for the amount of a single card opened based on which set it's in? i.e. the ratio of serra avengers to molten disasters to tarmogoyfs opened in TPF draft is ~61 (112 is more precise given a number of unrealistic assumptions, like no prize packs or a constant rate of drafting). anyway, i have no idea what to make of this, but i typed it out anyway cuz fuck it.

I'm not really sure what you were saying. Were you being tautalogical? The rate at which a card is opened equates to the rate at which cards are in the packs?

Oh, uh, I see what he's saying. I didn't realize they were all same rarity / different set cards.