Top 8 Decklists

Posted in Event Coverage on March 19, 2017

By Frank Karsten

After 15 rounds of Swiss competition, eight players remained to compete for the trophy. Six of those players found their success with Mardu Ballista, indicating that this is the best deck in Standard right now. The Top 8 was rounded out by a Temur Tower deck and a Jund Smasher deck.

Ryohei Kirino's Mardu Ballista – Champion of Grand Prix Shizuoka 2017 (Spring Edition)

Qi Wentao's Mardu Ballista – Finalist of Grand Prix Shizuoka 2017 (Spring Edition)

Masayasu Tanahashi's Temur Tower – Semifinalist of Grand Prix Shizuoka 2017 (Spring Edition)

Yusuke Sasabe's Mardu Ballista – Semifinalist of Grand Prix Shizuoka 2017 (Spring Edition)

Je Sungeun's Mardu Ballista – Quarterfinalist of Grand Prix Shizuoka 2017 (Spring Edition)

Takanori Watanabe's Mardu Ballista – Quarterfinalist of Grand Prix Shizuoka 2017 (Spring Edition)

Akihiro Miyamoto's Mardu Ballista – Quarterfinalist of Grand Prix Shizuoka 2017 (Spring Edition)

Motoaki Itou's Jund Smasher – Quarterfinalist of Grand Prix Shizuoka 2017 (Spring Edition)

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