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    And it will be an phenomenal effort to achieve that as well. The only onces that have manged to make a fully blown AI support for a limited number of sets are Microprose with their Shandalar: Duels of the Planeswalkers. Even they can not make an AI for all sets.

    What is feasible is to make a solitaire play when you take first the turn of player A and the the turn of player B.

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    Oh, gaddlord, you've already made my point, my mistake. But I think you make a good point none the less.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Not even necessarily against a computer, just being able to play test your deck by yourself to check the speed and over all fun of the deck are essential to deck building. Sure the Ai opponent would be great, but I think a solitaire situation, or the ability to play your own decks is a much simpler sollution, and much more like what magic players actually do to test their new decks.
    THough honestly with the statistics engine on this sick program, and some good math skill, play testing may be practically unnecessary; but inevitably more fun.

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