The fifteen cards are laid out on the table and players are given about twenty seconds to review their choices. After that, players take turns picking one card at a time to build their decks. The greatest difference between Booster draft and Rochester formats is the amount of information available to the player. Players are aware of the cards their opponent’s deck and perhaps be able to handle them better.
Most critics cite draft length as Rochester draft's greatest problem.
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