Quarterfinal Feature Haiku: Kyle Rose vs. Kamiel Cornelissen

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By Josh Bennett

Haiku is a traditional Japanese poetic form characterized by rigorous syllabic structure and an emphasis on nature and the ethereal. This is the quarterfinals, in Haiku.

Rose, a former champ
Cornelissen, on a streak
a close match: stand back

Game 1:

Rose swarmed the board
Nightscape Apprentice was key
Scorching Lava? Fine.

Rose, 1-0

Game 2:

Rose learned the hard way:
A stable board doesn't mean
you don't get burned out

Cornelissen, 1-1

Game 3:

Two lucky Mountains
are not enough to defeat
Rith and his buddies

Cornelissen, 2-1

Game 4:

"Mulligan or No?"
six cards, one land, Rose found out
his deck was his enemy

Cornelissen defeats Rose 3-1

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