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Date Posted: 12/10/2009
Posted By: Ben Warren
Member Since: 3/18/2008
Number of Replies: 2
Last Post: 12/10/2009
2009s Metagame
         Metagame from the 2009s:
        Jund 74
        Boros Bushwhacker 18
        Naya Lightsaber 17
        Bant 11
        Vampires 10
        Red Deck Wins 8
        Turbo Fog 7
        Spread Em 5
        Eldrazi Green 5
        G/W Aggro 4
        Emeria Aggro 4
        Mono White Control 3
        Grixis Control 3
        GWB Junk 3
        Barely Boros 2
        RWU Planeswalker Control 2
        G/W Eldrazi 2
        Emeria Enchantress 1
        4C Aggro 1
        Naya Aggro 1
        Valakut Ramp 1
        Eldrazi U/G 1
        Crypt Combo 1
        Eldrazi Goblins 1
        Magical Christmas Land 1
        Goblins 1
        Esper Control 1
        U/W Control 1
        Mono Black Control 1
        4C Cascade 1
        Roughly 38% of the field is Jund. Ouch.


Change AvatarDate Posted: 12/10/2009
Posted By: Martin Stanley
Member Since: 2/29/2008
         I noticed that Jund doesn't always finish in first place though. I wonder what percentage of Jund decks do finish first? Still seems like a fairly diverse field and there are some decks that beat Jund, even that Spread Em deck has a good matchup against Jund so I hear.

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Change AvatarDate Posted: 12/10/2009
Posted By: Christian Collodi
Member Since: 5/5/2008
         The downside of playing a deck designed to beat Jund is that 62% of your games are still going to be played against other decks. Mono-red is very strong versus Jund, but loses to Boros, Naya, and Bant.

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