## It’s a Small-Sample Analysis, But the Standard Equilibrium Metagame Apparently Contains 0% Marvel

Marvel might not be as dominant as we thought.

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## It’s a Small-Sample Analysis, But the Standard Equilibrium Metagame Apparently Contains 0% Marvel

## How Many Lands Do You Need to Consistently Hit Your Land Drops?

## Saheeli or Grindstone Combo: What Are the Odds to Get It In Draft?

## Magic Math – *Kaladesh*: Dubious Challenge, Combustible Gearhulk, and More

## Magic Math – Kaladesh: Smuggler’s Copter, Glint-Nest Crane, and Inventor’s Apprentice

## What’s the EV of Playing a Pro Tour?

## Magic Math: Liliana, the Last Hope

## Magic Math: Deploy the Gatewatch

## Magic Math – Should You Play 2 Chandra with 4 Oath of Nissa?

## Magic Math – * Shadows over Innistrad *

## Magic Math – Shadowlands and Battlelands

## Magic Math – Eldrazi in Modern

## Magic Math – Should You ID in the Final Round?

## Magic Math – Mulligans

## Magic Math – Match Win Percentages

## Magic Math – *Battle for Zendikar*

## Magic Math – Mana Bases with Battle Lands

## Magic Math – Grand Prix London By The Numbers

## Magic Math – Is a Team GP Better EV than an Individual GP?

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Marvel might not be as dominant as we thought.

Frank gives you the formula to determine how many lands you need to cast your spells on curve!

AER-AER-KLD Draft offers the unusual opportunity to form not one but two different 2-card combos. How likely is it? Frank runs the numbers.

How dubious is the challenge? How combustible the Gearhulk? How marvelous the Aetherworks? Frank runs the numbers.

How many creatures do you need to crew your Vehicles? Artifacts for Glint-Nest Crane? Toolcraft Exemplar? Frank runs the numbers.

What kind of return can you expect from playing on the Pro Tour? Frank runs the numbers.

How often can you hit a creature with a blind Liliana, the Last Hope -2? Frank runs the numbers.

How many planeswalkers do you need to successfully deploy your own Gatewatch? What might that deck look like? Frank runs the numbers.

Raphael Levy’s Chandras from his GP-Manchester-winning deck list with no red sources drew some puzzled looks. But is it that crazy?

How reliably can you flip Thing in the Ice? How early can you hit delirium? Frank runs the numbers on these questions and more!

Building a new Standard mana base? Frank gives you the complete guide to the numbers for shadowlands, battlelands, and more!

How likely is the turn-2 kill or turn-2 Thought-Knot? What would be the impact of an Eldrazi-land ban? Frank runs the numbers.

Don’t get stuck trying to send a picture of the standings to your friend who’s good at tiebreaker math—let Frank help you run the numbers!

Weighing one hand’s chances to win against an unknown 6 can make for some tricky math. Luckily, we have just the man to run the numbers.

You know that being on the play is important. Maybe you know games 2 & 3 matter more than game 1. But by how much? Frank runs the numbers.

How many lands can you expect with Oblivion Sower? How many colorless creatures do you need for Titan’s Presence? Frank runs the numbers.

The power of the new duals is undeniable, but how often will they be “true duals” and enter play untapped? Frank runs the numbers.

Find the perfect deck. Frank runs the numbers from GP London and breaks down the overall—and matchup-specific—win percentages from Day 2!

Is your expected value at a GP better with two teammates than by yourself? Frank runs the numbers.