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4th round infinite combo.Drawing and scrying to get it.Alt win with Omnath if combo is blocked.
1st round-> Sakura-Tribe Scout2nd round-> Trade Routes3rd round-> Retreat to Coralhelm4th round-> Tunneling GeopedeTap remaining land for Trade Routes, return it to owner hand, play it with Scout, deal damage with Geopede and untap Scout with Retreat. Repeat until you win.
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Thx for the advices! The thing with Plated Geopede and Valakut Predator is they lack trample. They are too easy to chomp block. Tunneling Geopede deal direct damage and is an important part to the infinite combo so I prefer to keep him in the deck.
I'm not really a combo player, it's kind of frowned upon in our playgroup, so it's hard for me sometimes to recognise the interaction between the cards. With the description it's clear why you're keeping Tunneling Geopede. "Mina and Denn, Wildborn", which you had in the deck before, would have been able to provide trample, but without any sort of evasion (and/ or removal) it's pretty useless, I totally agree on that.