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I'm browsing the forums a bit and see a lot of people mention "OTK".
Dispel Magic - If you have a hero that has access to this school, you can interrupt SOME facets of an OTK deck (Stone Shield) Discard cards - Such as Chaos Rift or Twist of Fate (Inferno) allow you to cause the player to randomly or selectively discard cards out of their hand.
GARANT'S PURGE is GREAT for eliminating ALL copies of an annoying card from your opponents deck.
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No matter what you choose to print (a View, a Sheet, All sheets, etc.), you can set a few options that customize your printout.Again, Inferno faction has access to all the cards listed above, so I feel they are best suited to deal with OTKs.I probably missed some stuff, but these are the simplest and most common ways to overcome OTK/Deck Denial type players.The frustration usually comes from not being able to interact with your opponent (or the game in general).You'll be just watching how your opponent takes full control over you.