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

In Magic the Gathering, the decks are required to be no less than 60 cards, but can be larger. Since you can only have 4 of each card (except for basic lands), it seems you would want the limit size to improve your chances of getting the cards you want. Why would you want to play with a larger deck?

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## What is the maximum deck size in MTG?

There is no maximum deck size, however, the player must be able to shuffle their deck unassisted. Players may have a sideboard of up to a maximum of 15 cards, and exchanges of cards between games are not required to be on a one-for-one basis, so long as the player adheres to the 60 card minimum deck size.

## How many cards can you have in a Magic The Gathering deck?

Mechanically speaking: you each have a 60 card deck (although the number of cards in a deck can change depending on what Magic: The Gathering format you're playing). This deck might be made up of one type of 'land' or colour theme - like Red, Black, White, Green and Blue.

## Can you have 100 cards in a magic deck?

How many cards are in a MTG Commander deck? A Commander deck is 100 cards and you can't have more than one of any card that isn't a basic land.

## How many creature cards should be in a 60 card Magic deck?

For anyone's first deck, I recommend a good balance of creatures coupled with other cards. If you're playing with 23 lands, I think about 20 creatures to 22 creatures is a solid place to be. This will put you at 43 to 45 cards out of your minimum 60 and help to ensure that you're not just swept off the table.

## Can you have 100 cards in a magic deck?

How many cards are in a MTG Commander deck? A Commander deck is 100 cards and you can't have more than one of any card that isn't a basic land.

## How many cards can you have in a Magic The Gathering deck?

Mechanically speaking: you each have a 60 card deck (although the number of cards in a deck can change depending on what Magic: The Gathering format you're playing). This deck might be made up of one type of 'land' or colour theme - like Red, Black, White, Green and Blue.

## Is there a maximum deck size in MTG?

Your deck must be at least 60 cards. Up to fifteen cards may be included in your sideboard, if you use one. 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.

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

In Magic the Gathering, the decks are required to be no less than 60 cards, but can be larger. Since you can only have 4 of each card (except for basic lands), it seems you would want the limit size to improve your chances of getting the cards you want. Why would you want to play with a larger deck?

## What is the maximum hand size in MTG?

Each player has a maximum hand size, which is normally seven cards. A player may have any number of cards in their hand, but as part of their cleanup step, the player must discard excess cards down to the maximum hand size. 402.3. A player may arrange their hand in any convenient fashion and look at it at any time.

## How many cards can you have in a Magic The Gathering deck?

Mechanically speaking: you each have a 60 card deck (although the number of cards in a deck can change depending on what Magic: The Gathering format you're playing). This deck might be made up of one type of 'land' or colour theme - like Red, Black, White, Green and Blue.

## Do you have to have 60 cards in a magic deck?

In Magic the Gathering, the decks are required to be no less than 60 cards, but can be larger. Since you can only have 4 of each card (except for basic lands), it seems you would want the limit size to improve your chances of getting the cards you want.

## Can you have 100 cards in a magic deck?

How many cards are in a MTG Commander deck? A Commander deck is 100 cards and you can't have more than one of any card that isn't a basic land.

## Can you have 100 cards in a magic deck?

## How many cards are allowed in a magic deck?

Your deck must be at least 60 cards. Up to fifteen cards may be included in your sideboard, if you use one. 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.

## Can a magic deck have more than 60 cards?

In Magic the Gathering, the decks are required to be no less than 60 cards, but can be larger. Since you can only have 4 of each card (except for basic lands), it seems you would want the limit size to improve your chances of getting the cards you want. Why would you want to play with a larger deck?

## How many cards is too many in magic?

Is there an official rule for how many is too much in a standard magic deck? Most formats don't have a maximum card limit, but for most formats the minimum card limit is 60 and most people choose to have 60 card decks unless there is a very good reason not to.

## How many creature cards should be in a 60 card Magic deck?

For anyone's first deck, I recommend a good balance of creatures coupled with other cards. If you're playing with 23 lands, I think about 20 creatures to 22 creatures is a solid place to be. This will put you at 43 to 45 cards out of your minimum 60 and help to ensure that you're not just swept off the table.

## What should be in a 60 card Magic 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.

## Do you have to have 60 cards in a magic deck?

In Magic the Gathering, the decks are required to be no less than 60 cards, but can be larger. Since you can only have 4 of each card (except for basic lands), it seems you would want the limit size to improve your chances of getting the cards you want.