9th-32nd Decklists

Posted in Event Coverage on September 3, 2017

By Corbin Hosler

The Top 8 decks get all the attention, but the real story of the tournament can be found by going a little deeper. Which is why we’ve compiled the Top 32 decklists from Grand Prix Washington D.C. for a glimpse into the decks that fell just outside the Top 8.

Julian Leal's Ramunap Red, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 9th place


Jacob Tilk's Ramunap Red, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 10th place


Seth Manfield's Mono-White Eldrazi, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 11th place


Philippe Desbiens' Temur Energy, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 12th place


Ray Huang's Mardu Vehicles, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 13th place


Michael Woolwine's Mardu Vehicles, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 14th place


Carlos Romao's Temur Energy, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 15th place


John Asbach's Ramunap Red, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 16th place


Eric Blanchet's Ramunap Red, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 17th place


John Healy's Ramunap Red, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 18th place


Ashkan Paykar's Blue-Red Contorl, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 19th place


Pierson Laughlin's Mono-Black Zombies, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 20th place


Brendon Johnson's Ramunap Red, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 21st place


Justin Gennari's Four-Color Energy, Grand Prix Washington D.C., 22nd place