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    Default how many cards should be in your hand in magic

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    Default Re: how many cards should be in your hand in magic

    Um...however many you have. You start off by drawing 7, go down one with every mulligan, draw one at the start of your turn, and discard down to 7 at the end of your turn if you have more.
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    Default Re: how many cards should be in your hand in magic

    You could have Spellbook or Reliquary Tower in your deck so that you'll have no maximum hand size...although, I don't use those kind of cards unless I know that its a deck where I will have some sort of mana problems...or I use them Spellbooks with some kind of combo... (I know someone will disagree or tell me that isn't right or something...that seems to happen no matter WHAT I type)

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    Default Re: how many cards should be in your hand in magic

    NO YOU'RE WRONG

    Nah, you're right there - a card that says "you have no maximum hand size" means that you have no maximum hand size.
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