One of the most notorious Magic cards of all time is Fact or Fiction, the "divvy"-style card draw spell that set up game-ending hands and graveyards so often that "End of turn, Fact or Fiction, good game" was a widespread Magic cliche when Invasion was in Standard. Now, MTGSalvation.com Rumor Mill user Bolas, the Mindsculptor appears to have obtained a screenshot of the Theros godbook from a reliable source that contains a new, inverted, version of Fact or Fiction. Check out Steam Augury:
Steam Augury 2UR
Reveal the top five cards of your library and separate them into two piles. An opponent chooses one of those piles. Put that pile into your hand and the other into your graveyard.
Keranos is a fickle god, delivering punishment as readily as prophecy.
Giving your opponent the final say in which cards you keep and which you toss makes this both more red-feeling and more balanced than the original, though it's obviously also quite strong. This is especially good in an environment with scry, and in Modern any given graveyard-based deck - flashback decks, for example - will make good use of this. It also, quite happily, emphasizes the mind-games aspect of blue-red - "Steam" in the name is appropriate, because hopefully it'll set up choices that'll make your opponents sweat like a sauna.
What do you think of this multicolor version of a card advantage classic? Let me know in the comments.