Can you have more than 60 cards in a mtg deck?

Can you have more than 60 cards in a mtg deck?

Your deck must be at least 60 cards. Include no more than four copies of any individual card in your main deck and sideboard combined (except basic lands). • There's no maximum deck size, as long as you can shuffle your deck in your hands unassisted.

Whats the best card in the deck?

Ace of SpadesThe Ace of Spades (also known as the Spadille and Death Card) is traditionally the highest and most valued card in the deck of playing cards in English-speaking countries. The actual value of the card varies from game to game.

How much land should be in a 40 card deck?

The basic rule of thumb is that you play 17-18 lands in a 40 card deck, and 24 lands in a 60 card deck. If you are playing more than a couple cards with mana costs of five or higher, increase the number of lands.

Why are there 60 cards in a magic deck?

One of the first things that every Magic player learns is that you must play a minimum of 60 cards in Constructed and a minimum of 40 cards in Limited. The reasoning for that is simple: adding more cards will decrease the consistency of your deck, in particular the probability of drawing your best cards.