In a perfect shuffle paradigm. Which, this isn't. It's fake math man, get over it.

I found Carmen Sandiego before you were born unless you're Zlehtnoba.

From what I know of modern computer programming, there is almost no chance that that MTGO shuffler is buggy. I know people who play with automatic die servers and built in stuff and they CONSTANTLY complain about the "randomness". Poppycock. Random doesn't LOOK distributed or perfect (like your point) it looks clumpy.But I dispute your point about the math being fake. It's not fake, it just only applies over a very large number of hands/games/draws.A "perfect shuffle" i.e, a perfectly spell/land curved deck DOES occur. You can actually calculate the chance it DOES occur..You want:3-4 lands to start4 lands by turn 4and spells that maximally use your mana. Probably occurs about 20-30% of the time depending on your deck. It goes down if you want to curve perfectly to 5 or 6 mana, obviously.This is why a perfect player can be expected to lose at least 20% of the time. If you add up your mandated mulls to 5 and the times villain curves perfectly and you don't, you usually lose these.

The fact that a perfect shuffle "does happen" and therefor this math is accurate is ludicrous, I tell you, ludicrous! The chance for a perfect distribution is too tiny for it to be the basis of your draw percentages. It's a lazy way of thinking.

From what I know of modern computer programming, there is almost no chance that that MTGO shuffler is buggy. I know people who play with automatic die servers and built in stuff and they CONSTANTLY complain about the "randomness".