Double Combo

Posted in Feature on February 23, 2011

By Wizards of the Coast

Wanipop Pnomdontri's Double Combo

Most players competing for an invite to Pro Tour Nagoya are familiar with the Scapeshift / Valakut, the Molten Pinnacle / Prismatic Omen combo. They might also be familiar with the slightly less popular combo of Pestermite and Splinter Twin, allowing one to make infinite hasty Pestermites. But playing them both in the same deck? Wanipop Pnomdontri ran the double combo at a recent PTQ in Los Angeles. What does playing two combos mean? Wanipop was more resilient to hate for either of his combos individually, and had an unexpected plan. The ingenuity wasn't quite enough to get him all the way, however, as he finished 3rd.

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