Jan won the die roll and went first. Both players kept their initial 7. Mark had an excellent hand with a turn one Elf and two Elders as well as a Duress and an Edict. The Duress gets Duressed by Jan on turn 2 and Mark starts casting his Ancestral guys. Jan matched Mark's Elder with his own and chose not to block, preferring to race.
Mark then Therapied Jan for Living Wish and missed seeing a Tutor, a Deed and an Edict instead. Jan topdecked a Therapy of his own getting rid of Mark's remaining Elder and he dropped his Deed. With Jan significantly up on cards and also having the very important Dust Bowl advantage, Mark is hard pressed to find a way to get back in the game. A Volrath's Stronghold from Jan further adds to his problems.
At this point Jan starts working on Mark's mana first destroying a Treetop Village and then taking out a Llanowar Wastes. A Flashbacked Therapy gets rid of Mark's last card in hand, an Edict.
Living Wish for Genesis wraps up Game 1 as Jan's recursion easily handles everything Mark can throw at him.
Both players took out some Duresses and some random cards for more random creatures at which point both players confess they have no clue how to actually play their deck.
Mark went beatdown with a turn 3 Baloth and a turn 4 Genesis. Jan spend a crucial turn actually Living Wishing for his own Genesis, costing him a lot of tempo. Mark just sent his Genesis then cast a Spike Feeder after his attack phase. This probably cost him at least 4 damage as he couldn't really attack his Baloth into Jan's Genesis without a little help from the Spike. The next turn saw both creatures enter the Red Zone and Jan decided to block the Baloth to try and stop the bleeding a little. A last-ditch turn 6 Visara did little to stop the savage beating and Mark even got off a Living Wish of his own to Butcher it.
Another Tutor from Mark gets him a Baloth to give him some life to work with, as a Treetop Village was slowly but steadily chipping away at his life total, but a Coffin Purge from Jan shut out any thoughts of recursion Mark might have had. Mark continued topdecking with a Feeder as Edict bait and potential pumper as Jan proceeds to peel land after land. An Edict only served to get rid of a one counter Feeder and when Mark dropped a Deed next turn, Jan was out of outs.
Final Result: Game 3 and match to Mark Wraith