I asked, you replied, and I said there was no more reason to talk about it after that reply. Ergo, don't try to get a parthian shot in, just drop it,
I don't understand to be honest, I mean you leave an incorrect remark on your replies, and expect me not to correct them?
Just as a rule to stick by. If truly don't want there to be more conversation on the subject, it might be best to end the conversation on a remark that is unlikely to be replied to. Telling me I should be ashamed of playing Infinite Burn Mage, or that the deck is not challenging to pilot when it is easily proven otherwise, is probably not the best way to do it. Specially when the reply is directed at me, because those I will see and likely reply to.
I really tried, but you've honestly completely beaten me there. The remark part, that is. Touché.
A good tip for ending conversations.. avoid ALL sidenotes. If it doesn't pertain to the actual topic, resist the urge to comment on it.
For all of how large my posts get, I've had a LOT of times when I've had to gut several paragraphs out beforehand because I talked about something beside the point and realized I didn't want to get into a discussion about it.
Alternatively, if you want to leave the comment, and someone replied and you don't want to get into it... hit the back button.
Myself I've saved myself A LOT of typing by just reciting in a superhero tone "Someone is wrong on the internet!" It's a reminder that it's NOT THAT important to get into internet debates and that it's perfectly fine to let people be wrong or in a disagreement with you.