Ok, some small similarities, but not the important game-deciding stuff.Firstly, I did not say it was one to one, I said the opposite -- "let me take it to the extreme" (implying the closer games like MTG also successfully play with randomness). There is a lot of comparison to poker though: Random draws, reading your opponent, playing optimally.
That's the answer to the question you asked. The top players may have accepted needing to play hundreds of games to even out the RNG, while the more casual player may get frustrated by RNG deciding games too often. I think reducing RNG would benefit both the pro and casual players.You're not going to win each individual game, but in the long run, you will win most, this is fine in a ladder system where you are playing hundreds of games. By the law of large numbers, you'll sort yourself out to your correct MMR. This is valid.
That's not my opinion. Please read the posts above.You're free to have your own opinion that beta gwent was superior of course