Grand Prix Las Vegas: Top 5 Modern Decks

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Grand Prix Las Vegas: Top 5 Modern Decks

Hollow one

This is the deck I’m well on the way to play, as of Tuesday evening. There are two explanations behind this. The first is on the grounds that I’m entirely comfortable with the deck and have a considerable measure of reps with it.

I know how it plays in many matchups and it’s to a great degree proactive, so in matchups I don’t have the foggiest idea about that well, I’ll just attempt to goldfish my opponent before they can do their thing.

With respect to the consideration of Waiting Spirits, I’d maintain a strategic distance from it for this competition. Waiting Spirits is great at squeezing your preference against reasonable decks, yet having a less difficult mana base and the utility of Aggregate Ruthlessness in out of line matchups is something I truly missed at Grand Prix Hartford.

I need to prepare for extra hand disturbance in my sideboard too with the goal that I can have more duplicates to back off combo decks early and weight their life add up to before they can recoup. I might be somewhat right on time to guess on how very much positioned it will be among the patterns of the format; however I’m sure that Modern is traveling toward that path.

Tron

People are the most famous deck in Modern, and responding to that implies that you have to play a reasonable session of Enchantment and execute a group of animals. Regardless of whether you play a low-bend Jund deck, Jeskai Control, Bogles, or U/W Control to beat People, one thing these decks share for all intents and purpose: they’re all frail to Tron.

Tron not just beats the most prevalent and best deck in Modern, it beats the majority of the manners in which individuals respond to that incline. We saw Wuzlking win an ongoing Enchantment Online Modern PTQ with Mono-Green Tron, and a couple all the more adjusting the Top 16 of that occasion.

The accomplishment of Tron in that competition isn’t a mishap—this is an astounding deck to beat the basic patterns of the current format.

KCI

This is a deck I’ve yet to play a lot of on Enchantment Online on the grounds that I don’t know that my laptop can really endure a match without timing out because of slack. No doubt about it—the deck is irrationally ground-breaking and the vast majority don’t have much experience playing with or against it, giving you some free value.

Individuals still don’t demonstrate enough regard for this deck, and I see endless white decks playing one or zero Stony Quietness, which is one of the most concerning issues for this deck in the format.

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