The power of Caprice and Marcus combined with Medech perfect TFP-GFI agenda suite just begs to be played.
I believe it works best with all-operations money cards and taxing ICE like Assassin, Tollbooth, Eli 1.0, Pup etc. I did try Melange, but it feels way too slow. Crisium could have been a third Marcus, but I was happy with it in my meta.
I took it to a GNK tournament last Sunday, where I ended up placing third. I won all of my corporation games.
Here's a link to my runner deck: Turbo Stealth
Memorable matches of the day included:
Leela. I opened up with money and Assassin on HQ and my opponent went on to pick a GFI off R&D and bounced my only piece of ICE. Throughout the game, a double Assassin kept HQ safe, although I lost a second GFI to Sneakdoor. Enigma and two Pups ended up being sufficient on the scoring remote. 6-4
Apex. First half of the game, I am really short on ICE. I stonewall HQ with heavier ICE and Caprice and let some Pups and Yagura tax R&D runs. Two of them and later an Enigma fall prey to Preys. My psi powers were abysmal this time. Opponent trashed installed Caprice five times. So it was a long game. He was able to land a Siphon late in the game but the final psi games held him out and I scored a second agenda afterwards. 6-5
Hivemind Noise. It's a race really. Hades Shard took two milled GFIs from archives while I scored one TFP. By the time my opponent set up and made the big R&D run for the first time and saw 5 cards, there was already a second TFP on the table with two advancement counters. There were 2 TFPs among 12 remaining cards in R&D, he saw neither, and I won next turn. 6-4
Conclusion: this deck is awesome! Psi games involve a lot of luck of course, but in general the runner is on the receiving end of them. Lots and lots of tax combined with inherent runner disadvantage of having to almost always steal three agendas while the corporation needs to score just two, produces consistently good results.
6 Jan 2016 Shmeguy
6 Jan 2016 Bandura