The general idea of the deck is to get Security Testing down turn one, and ride the economic engine to victory. Once your engine is set up (typically turn 3 or 4), you can click once a turn for:
Against low-ice decks, you can install all of your SecTests and click for 3 into high-value runs or staying on top of assets. Against glacier, installing one SecTest forces them to commit real ice (remember that Mercur still pays out if you break for one credit) to low-value servers, which prevents you from ever really getting taxed out.
Against CI, concede the game immediately, grab a beer, and commiserate over MWL predictions.
Why is this deck called AcronymShop? Because if you try to pronounce "STFTTRNG" it comes out sounding all broken.
21 Feb 2018 Saan
20 Mar 2018 saetzero