Hearthstone Can Be Cruel

When you replace some of the cards in your hand at the start of a Hearthstone match, you expect new cards. What are the chances that you get pretty much the exact same hand back, you think?

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Well, it happened to at least one guy who goes by the handle Scolarion. Granted, what he gets on the second draw isn't the exact-exact hand; a few are obviously a different version of the same card. Still, though. I don't blame him when he's exclaims "What the hell!" I'd be doing the same thing.

The Mulligan is Real [Scolarion]

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Sandrockcstm Gaming

Ouch.

That's even worse than what often happens to me, where I'll draw a hand of cards that cost between 5 and 10 mana, mulligan all of them, and then draw a new hand of 5-10 mana cost cards.