We typically reserve the Top 8 Tech series for Grand Prix level events but this Open was special. This was our first real look at the post-B&R format and the decklists did not disappoint. From former format titans to brews, today we will take a look at the pieces of technology put on display by the players in their winning runs.
When you look beyond the Hog, the results of Grand Prix Birmingham were diverse and exciting. We saw the usual suspects, we saw newly developing archetypes, and we even saw an old format top dog reinvented to bring home the trophy. Today we will be looking at the best deckbuilding choices put on display in the Top 8 of Grand Prix Birmingham.
If you look beyond the Hog there were some truly exceptional deckbuilding choices featured among the Top 16. With Hogvine's overrepresentation in mind, today we are looking at the nine best pieces of technology that brought players to the top tables at Grand Prix Minneapolis.
I was not thrilled with the outcome as Scapeshift decks took up half of the Top 16 spots. However, I can always find something to love among the decklists. Today we are breaking down the hottest pieces of technology that the players utilized in their Top 8 runs.
This was the first large Standard event to feature Magic 2020 and the London mulligan. These results were a wild ride with old archetypes getting new toys and some showing up for the first time. Today we will cover the best pieces of Magic 2020 technology that were featured in the Top 8 of SCG Worcester.
The state of Magic coverage in 2019 is an absolute joke. GP Dallas is the worst yet; a Twitter thread with photos of incomplete decks. We will make the best of what we have and look at the new technology featured in the incomplete Top 8 decklists.
This will be the last set added before rotation so get settled in. Today we will be focusing on the Top 8 decklists and the technology they utilized. These are the deck building choices, some new and some old, from the most successful players at Grand Prix Kansas City.
It felt like a terribly long wait but we finally have the first results of post-WAR Modern. Today we will be focusing on the Top 8 decklists and the technology they utilized. These are the deck building choices, some new and some old, from the most successful players at the SCG Louisville Open.
The SCG Richmond Open was the first Standard event at which WAR was legal and the decklists did not disappoint. As expected, Planeswalkers were everywhere and Mono-Red surged. Today we are taking a closer look at the Top 8 decklists and the new technology they featured in their winning runs.
We finally got to see the impact of the London mulligan on the Modern format and the decklists did not disappoint. These are the most interesting pieces of technology that the pros brought into battle to make Top 8 at Mythic Championship London.