Well this sucks. I am not going to sugarcoat it and I am not going to drag it out. This is the most warped and polarized event that we have ever reported on. Urza decks, most of them featuring Oko, obliterated the competition at the SCG Open. Let's look over the least interesting results of all time.
As fun as new formats are, my heart will always be with Modern and this was a huge weekend for it. Across the United States thousands of players battled it out at SCG Regionals. Today we will be breaking down the amalgamated Top 8 decklists from all of them.
Nearly a full month after Grand Prix Ghent, we are finally back in the saddle. The format had been looking quite diverse but has that held true? Does Modern have yet another broken deck now that Throne of Eldraine has been unleashed? Today we will breaking down the Top 32 decklists of the first big Modern event after Throne.
We do not have nearly enough opportunities to cover large Legacy tournaments as they are exceedingly rare. It took a while and they did not format it correctly, but we have the decklists. Today we will parse through and analyze the Top 32 decklists of Grand Prix Atlanta.
The format is rife with diversity and SFM is proving to have been in the perfect sweet-spot for an unban. After KCI, after Phoenix, after Hogaak we are looking at a healthy and diverse Modern format. Let us break down the result of Ghent's Modern Team Grand Prix.
CFB has ended their data embargo and is on a hot streak of giving us every decklist. This is our first look at the post-B&R Modern format at the Grand Prix Level. Today we will break it down and look at the decklists utilized by the Top 32 finalist teams; a sample size of nearly 100 decklists.
Between the London mulligan, Modern Horizons, and the B&R update it has been a trip. Now with all of that behind us, hopefully we can return to a sense of stability and maybe even have some fun too. Let's take a look at and break down the Top 32 from the SCG Dallas Open.
Another Modern Grand Prix ruined by Hog Summer. There really should have been an emergency the day after the Mythic Championship. Alas, we have been given every single decklist registered at the event so kudos to CFB on this one. In light of this we will present a few different slices of the dataset.
Hog Summer continues despite the Bridge from Below ban. We all know that Hogvine is the best deck and our preparations fail to curb its dominance. This weekend the Hog train rolled into Minneapolis and it was not pretty. In fact, these results are the most troubling we have ever covered.
This was the biggest weekend for Modern in quite some time. Today we will analyze and then combine the results of Barcelona's Mythic Championship and Grand Prix along with the SCG Open in Columbus. This will give us a fat sample size of 52 decklists to sink our teeth into. Let's not waste any time.