Another Pro Tour come and gone – well, sort of. What I mean to say is that although I’m writing this article Sunday morning, by the time it goes live the event will be over. Still, despite my lack of foresight to how the top 8 will unfold, I believe I can still draw enough conclusions from the event based on Friday and Saturday outcomes.
But honestly I’m not sure how deeply I can jump into the Pro Tour for two reasons. First, I actually found the event a bit boring this year. Maybe that’s just me? Looking at the Top 8, no lists really excite me and scream “opportunity”. The only deck I really found myself getting excited over was the U/B Aristocrats deck, which fell a bit short. That was a true shame, because the U/B Aristocrats represented everything I wanted to see out of the Pro Tour: innovation and money-making opportunities.
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