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MTGDecks.net Deck Lists - over 223400 decks

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Re: MTGDecks.net Deck Lists - over 215800 decks

Postby Agetian » 13 Aug 2017, 19:47

UPDATE (08/13/17): A new version of the packs have been uploaded (please check the first post of this thread). Unfortunately, the event-based grouping has been abandoned since MTGDecks.net stopped providing that information in the .dec format metadata. The new packs contain a total of 215825 supported decks, 51598 AI-playable decks, 88894 AI-playable decks with several cards that are played relatively well by the AI but are marked as "not AI-playable", and 1971 partially supported decks with at least 1 unsupported card.

Enjoy!

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Re: MTGDecks.net Deck Lists - over 223400 decks

Postby Agetian » 15 Oct 2017, 10:47

UPDATE (10/15/17): A new version of the packs have been uploaded (please check the first post of this thread). The new packs contain a total of 223424 supported decks, 86461 AI-playable decks, 116027 AI-playable decks with several cards that are played relatively well by the AI but are marked as "not AI-playable", and 2131 partially supported decks with at least 1 unsupported card.

IMPORTANT: You should notice the significant increase in the number of AI-playable decks in this release (by over 35000 decks compared to the previous release for both AI packs). This is because in the recent SVN nightlies of Forge, many older cards have been updated and are now marked as AI playable. You need a recent SVN version of Forge in order for those decks to be fully AI-compatible, in particular, you need the revision 36031 or newer, at least until Forge v1.6.5 is officially released. Note that the latest Forge for Android v1.6.4.003 is fully compliant with this pack. If you're using Forge v1.6.4 or an older SVN build, you may receive a warning about AI-unplayable cards when using some of these decks, and you may also have certain playability problems related to those cards.

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Re: MTGDecks.net Deck Lists - over 223400 decks

Postby Ayssia » 16 Oct 2017, 18:23

I wonder if there's a way to delete duplicate decks, most modern decks are burn/gw aggro and they are 99% same, how to delete them and keep unique decks?
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Re: MTGDecks.net Deck Lists - over 223400 decks

Postby siyiye » 17 Oct 2017, 03:48

thanks!!!

BTW,please help me:
viewtopic.php?f=26&t=21237
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Re: MTGDecks.net Deck Lists - over 223400 decks

Postby Agetian » 17 Oct 2017, 04:07

Ayssia wrote:I wonder if there's a way to delete duplicate decks, most modern decks are burn/gw aggro and they are 99% same, how to delete them and keep unique decks?
Sadly, in this pack it's not really possible (at least manually it'd be a major pain, and I don't have any automated means of doing that), but maybe this pack might be of use to you, which aims to do something similar to what you're asking about:

viewtopic.php?f=48&t=20755

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