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Decision - Should You Play Quick Thinker?

We here at Call it Shadespire! were not initially planning on putting out a post today, because of the upcoming holidays.  However, rather than leaving everyone without our rapier wit and precise analysis, we've decided instead to go ahead and make today's post extra-special.  Therefore, today we'll be looking at a blast from the past - Quick Thinker - and deciding whether or not you should play it. 

TL; DR:

Of course not, walnut; it's banned.

 

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