Finding the best Mario Kart 8 Deluxe builds using SCIENCE!!!!
Rumors are buzzing for the next installment of Mario Kart. While we patiently wait, why not optimize your Mario Kart 8 load-out? Bayesic goes deep using science to come up with the best builds for the game.
Hey everyone, welcome to another Bayesic Deep Dive. Today we’re going to cover the best builds in Mario Kart 8 using a concept from economics known
as Pareto Efficiency or Pareto Optimality. This is actually a video I’ve been wanting to put together for a really long time, but ended up rewriting the script for multiple times to get it as good as possible.
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