Juza Redux

Posted in Feature on February 24, 2011

By Wizards of the Coast

Martin Juza

Martin Juza made it all the way to the Finals of Grand Prix Denver before losing to eventual champion Gaudenis Vidugiris. He got there in part with some big help from his Sealed deck. He only lost a single game with the build, in part because of two powerful rares: Tezzeret, Agent of Bolas and Myr Battlesphere. The hilarious thing about the two? They made up a part of his combo deck from Pro Tour Paris a week before. The only difference, of course, was that in Paris Juza was using the Standard format! Read more about Grand Prix Denver in the official coverage.

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