That means, which cards are the least threatening at all points of the game, where your opponent will play fast?
1 power cards with no help preferred.
@ draken, you could probably manage 35-50 clintz for a few dms if Kolos was running rampant and you had REALLY bad cards.
10 consecutive losses would be:
20 + 23 + 26 + 32 + 40 + 40 + 40 + 40 + 40 + 40, or 341 points.
12 consecutive losses would be:
You can't knock the experience you'd gain, either way.
A wiser strategy would be to lose all your matches, then on your last match switch to a killer deck and try to beat your opponent.
Best case scenario if you beat the first place person in their win streak, you'll most likely get
50 + ~20 for breaking your losing streak + 10-20 for stopping your opponent's + 5-6 extra minor bonuses
almost 100 bp for the last battle.
Then you're looking at ~400 bp for going 1-9, and ~480 for going 1-11.
Clearly these are optimal situations, but those point totals are pretty respectable in DM.
At least until everyone starts trying to lose...
Then it'll be battle of the inferior decks. mwahaha.
@St3f I didnt say i had a problem, im saying you can get more points winning then losing, and thats not my opinion thats fact.
I dont even know why your trying to support this idea, yes everyone knows you can win a DM losing every battle, but you will lose to a decent DM player and again thats fact, a decent DM player can get anything from 400 to 600. Enough said.
How about you try winning matches for once, that might be a better strategy to win a DM....