For example my last season deck had 70+% wr going second and only 38% going first, and it was a streak of 5 games of red coins that ended up putting me in Top 300. 1 point submitted 4 months agoSure, going second has an advantage, but my whole point is that you can play a deck that doesn care as much about going first spies (not so much this patch, but I hear current 1 on ladder is a spies player), axemen, swim net deck, etc. Decks like consume don care about CA, period (although obviously have other weaknesses).Your point 2 is exactly what I was trying to bring up why would one play a deck that is so unfavoured on blue coin when you statistically likely to get 50% blue? To me that just setting yourself for a bad laddering experience, whichever way the coin goes.How do you track your coin flip winrate BTW? Gwent up premium, or manually? 1 point submitted 4 months agoI not sure how any of these decks don care about going first.
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Julio Bashmore Shanti Celeste: Ray Ban x Boiler Room 009 (London, July 23): Matt Walker, the Bristol producer who does business as Julio Bashmore, established himself with a series of early 2010s club bangers (“Battle For Middle You,” “Au Seve”) and by supplying beats to then budding UK pop star Jessie Ware. Shanti Celeste is a rising star on Bashmore’s Broadwalk label, another Bristolian with a knack for spooky, minimalist, disco fueled rhythms that snap and stutter. Over the course of the summer season, the club teamed up residents Guy Gerber and Matthew Dear, Jackathon domo Heidi and party rocker Miss Kittin (broadcast as an Essential Mix), and the techno heavyweights Marcel Dettmann and Ben Klock, among many others.