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    Default magic the gathering rules how many cards in your deck

    Are there any specific rules about the number of cards in your deck? I've heard that you need minimum 60 cards. Is there a maximum?

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    Default Re: magic the gathering rules how many cards in your deck

    The only maximum is that that you have to be able to sufficiently shuffle the deck in a reasonable about of time. Also, in limited formats, the minimum size is 40.
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    Default Re: magic the gathering rules how many cards in your deck

    Thanks, what do you mean by "Limited format"?

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    The two main game types are consutrcted and limited. Constructed is just when you bring a deck you've built yourself and go. Limited is when you're given a certain number of packs and you build a deck out of whatever it is you open. The two main types of limited format is draft and sealed.
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    Default Re: magic the gathering rules how many cards in your deck

    when playing a casual game (ie not tourney) the rule usually will be minimum of 60 cards and no max, for most tourneys rule will be the same except for a few exceptions but when you get to there you should learn more

 

 

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