This Week in Magic
Austin Bursavich Brought Hogaak to heel with U/W Control in Dallas-Fort Worth. You can find all the Top 8 lists here.
Austin Bursavich – U/W Control
3 Celestial Colonnade 4 Field of Ruin 4 Flooded Strand 2 Glacial Fortress 2 Hallowed Fountain 1 Polluted Delta 6 Snow-Covered Island 2 Snow-Covered Plains 4 Snapcaster Mage 1 Vendilion Clique 2 Jace, the Mind Sculptor 3 Narset, Parter of Veils 1 Teferi, Hero of Dominaria 2 Teferi, Time Raveler 3 Cryptic Command 1 Detention Sphere 2 Force of Negation 1 Logic Knot 1 Mana Leak 4 Opt 1 Oust 4 Path to Exile 1 Spell Snare 1 Supreme Verdict 2 Surgical Extraction 1 Timely Reinforcements 1 Wrath of God Sideboard 1 Baneslayer Angel 2 Celestial Purge 1 Disdainful Stroke 1 Dovin's Veto 1 Force of Negation 1 Monastery Mentor 4 Rest in Peace 1 Stony Silence 1 Supreme Verdict 1 Timely Reinforcements 1 Vendilion Clique
From Around the Web
Cody Gravelle at Screenrant doesn’t like Dredge and wants some bans.
Dominic Tarason at Rock Paper Shotgun details how m20 can crash MTG Arena.
An action-packed celebrity-filled Magic: The Gathering Arena competitive event is coming July 11th and 12th.
Wyatt Fossett at Twin Galaxies details a new Arena event with some of the most famous players in France, Germany and the UK.
Kendra Smith at Coolstuff at announces a new league with some of paupers best and most famous.
Gregory Orange at Hareruya discusses his deck from the Mythic Championship.
Best of CFB
— William Willden (@Lights_A5) July 2, 2019
Pro points have ended, and I finished in 4th place lifetime. Super proud of my accomplishment, especially considering how insurmountable it all felt at times. The fact that a kid from the south of Brazil could reach the pinnacle of such an NA-focused game still feels surreal. pic.twitter.com/wnBSm5geP6
— Paulo Vitor (@PVDDR) June 28, 2019
I’m sure we all had the same reaction: what gall by nassif to not capitalize his name https://t.co/vqAmiPABBF
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) June 29, 2019
Which factor best motivates you to play tournament Magic?
— Marcus Luong (@aceanddeuceMTG) July 2, 2019
This is your friendly reminder that when green creatures draw cards and can be paired with either blue and/or black it’ll probably end up being the best thing you can do in Standard. pic.twitter.com/UbkL2Bb5UZ
— Brad Nelson (@fffreakmtg) July 3, 2019