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Depending on what your goal for your 60 card draft is, you might want to decide between 4 and 5 packs per player. The MtG tournament rules recommend 3 booster packs per player for the default 40 card draft format. Accordingly, you would need 4.5 booster packs for a 60 card draft format to keep the average deck quality on a similar level. There are no ...


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Each pack has 14 cards that are put into the pool (10 common, 3 uncommon, 1 rare) giving everyone 42 cards to build their 40 card deck. About 40% of the deck will be land using the standard rules of thumb, leaving 24 cards out of 42 that are used in the deck, or 57% of the pool. To reach those same numbers the pool should be 63 cards, but that doesn't break ...


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I know this question is extremely old by online standards, but I'm adding an answer in case anyone that doesn't know about Arena stumbles on this question in the future... Answer: Wizards of the Coast now offers an option to draft and play against real opponents, possibly free. Magic: Arena (sometimes referred to as MTGA or just Arena) is freemium software ...


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