With last week covering the first half of the Trap Hole arsenal, Doug finishes up his extensive profile of trap cards bearing the "Trap Hole" moniker, looking at some of the best - and some of the worst - cards in the tradition.
With the status of set-to-activate trap cards only starting to become clear in the new format, now is an interesting time to look at a mix classic obscurities and modern standouts. Are there some hidden gems? Hit the video to find out.
What do you think? Which Trap Holes may be viable moving forward, and which ones are underrated, either today or in past eras? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.