Quote from douglasd3 »Very nice article, i was looking for something like that, most of times (like 80% of my cube sessions) i do a 2 player draft with my 360 cube, usually winston, grid or winchester draft. I certainly will give this draft a try, probably tonight, it seems very fun. i'll give my feedbacks as soon as i try it
Quote from noshadowkick »When players are drafting their 5 card hands they can pitch any number of cards twice? As in I can take 5 cards, pitch 3/draw 3, then pitch 4/draw 4, and the resulting 5 card "hand" is what I add to my draft pool? Then once both players have 50 card draft pools they can choose to pitch as many cards as they want and draw that many again, twice?
Quote from noshadowkick »If that is the case the maximum cards per player would be higher than 150.
Quote from willdice »I can't believe we missed that you can pitch the five-card 'hands' twice and the final 50 twice again. We were doing it only once each time, hence the 'average' of about 100 cards per player per draft. That changes much.
Quote from noratora »Cool idea, thanks! I'll add it to the 2-player formats guide.
Quote from douglasd3 »I had a chance to test this method this weekend. Like someone had said, its like a improved sealed, i've enjoyed very much, it's quick and can provide very solid decks, certainly will be added to my list of draft methods
Quote from noshadowkick »
We had the same experience and enjoyed this method a lot. Also, it's just pleasant. Pitching and drawing cards is like a constantly revolving lotto game. I can see this draft format being a staple for my group moving forward. Thanks for sharing Zetsu!
Quote from Dolono »Are cards that have been rejected ineligible for future players to sift through? I figure the answer is yes, so a person poker drafting solo will have to make sure that their rejects are separated from still "live" chunks of the cube.
Player A may then remove from the draft any number of cards from the 5 he has taken and pick up that many cards from one single pile again.