The ascension of Green-Red Marvel is complete. 22-year-old Carmine D’Aniello from Italy took down Grand Prix Madrid, defeating Nicolas Legendre’s Black-Red Aggro to grab the trophy.
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Want to learn a little more about G/R Marvel? You can watch master of the deck Jaberwocki (Logan Nettles) break down R/G Aetherworks card by card on Twitch.
Steve Menendian at Vintage Magic shows you how to play aggro-control in Old School with his U/R Fish deck.
Check out this interview with the original guru of green beatdown, Jamie Wakefield.
Ben Friedman takes you on a hilarious tour of Standard and Modern, with the brews he’s got cooked up for each format.
I’d never actually seen this in practice, but have heard people mention rare redrafts as prize. Thomas Ralph at Mana Leak makes a strong argument for doing away with them.
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Master R/W Dwarves with the expert advice of Reid Duke.
Who needs Delver? Not LSV. This U/R deck is packed with sweet value creatures and spells!
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) November 24, 2016
— TomoharuSaito/トモハル (@TomoharuSaito) November 30, 2016
exciting to see 3 copies of my exact maindeck in the ptq last weekend. also cool that sandydogmtg took it down https://t.co/ivvqxBBZfX
— Logan Nettles (@Jaberwocki) November 29, 2016
— Jelger Wiegersma (@WJelger) November 24, 2016
Past on the stack（No floating mana）
How to counter this situation?
（You can win!） pic.twitter.com/m56HuHewEP
— yuuta_takahashi (@Vendilion) November 23, 2016
Research by William Lamping.