How to make gold cards pay for themselves - beginner

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So as a begineer, when I first started playing Splinterlands I wanted to get my collection power up as soon as possible. And I decided to do this by purchasing as many gold cards as possible. Big mistake. This is an expensive way to go about it. So I decided to change up which gold cards I buy.

I developed a strategy for winning battles and found out which cards I used the most (in this case it was the venari wavesmith). So then I bought the gold venari wavesmith. This allowed me to win a +10% bonus of DEC everytime I won a game. On top of that, I wait until the day before the season ends and I rent this card out. Normally, the rental rates for gold cards are very high the day before the season ends. Last season I was able to rent this card out for 90 DEC a day. Between the DEC win bonus and the DEC I would get from the rental payment, this gold card will eventually pay for itself in a couple months!



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Seems like i'll rent the venari cards for a start,to increase my power from bronze league if possible.

How is it possible to increase your power without buying cards but renting the right ones. Just asking as a begginer in the Spt game. I got 500+ rating now but with 50 power, so i cant even leave my present bronze league.

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This post wasn't really about renting cards to increase power. It was about buying cards to increase power and how to do this in a manner that will eventually pay for itself. Instead of buying just random gold cards to increase power it is beneficial to buy gold cards that you actually use and also gold cards that can be rented out to other players for a high amount of DEC that way the gold card can pay for itself. I did not rent the venari gold card. I bought it and rented it out to earn extra DEC on the side.

All that being said, it's also defintely possible to increase power through renting cards. I'll make a post about that tomorow.

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