I went 7 for 7 with Upgrade!, Southsea Raider, and Dread Corsair. The free corsairs really help against Mill, they block minions, and even if all your minions are killed you can still destroy them with your powerful weapon.
It may not post a spectacular win rate, but my favorite is the Innervate, Wild Growth, and Yogg-Saron deck. Pick 2 wasn't good enough for it as it needs all 3 cards to function half decently, but Yogg-Saron, Overlord of Hearthstone's sheer power can win against anything.
Given the popularity of the mill Druid, I am surprised its direct counter (Innervate, Naturalize, Prince Malchezaar) did not earn a spot in the table. I used this deck to great success and painless victory.
Interesting!I mostly say the mill Druid, so using this Warrior deck has gotten me 100% win rate against them:Prince Malchezaar, Shield Block, Revenge.Sound crazy but it works! Of course you get a 60 deck hand with this, and as long as you have 1-2 revenges in your hand you win the game. Card draw or burn doesn't matter, so getting easy shields is the key. You can easily get under 12 HP and use one revenge to clear the board, then when they have NOTHING you can do it again when they fill it and/or just shield up! My first game I had 4HP to 30+ against him. Cleared the board with a revenge and used a couple shield blocks and he milled himself to death in the end. The down side? It's almost a loss against most other decks haha
I love the combination: Bolster + Dummy target + Protect the King.
If I understand this correctly you have 3 times as much data for the Mill Druid then the next most popular deck and upwards of 5 times as much for the rest and the decks with the highest wins are also the least popular so isn't it possible that those decks have the highest win rate not because they are the best but because their sample size is much smaller?