Top 4 Decklists of Grand Prix Madrid 2017

Posted in Event Coverage on December 10, 2017

By Tobi Henke

After fourteen rounds of Swiss, with a total of 1,863 others eliminated, only twelve players, four teams of three remained in the running for the fame and the fortune, the titles and the trophies. Check out their Modern decks here!

Adrian Ramiro Cano's Collected Company (Team 1, Seat A)

Rodrigo Togores's Titan Shift (Team 1, Seat B)

Cristian Ortiz Ros's Storm (Team 1, Seat C)

Wouter Biesmans's W/U Control (Team 2, Seat A)

Luca van Deun's Grixis Shadow (Team 2, Seat B)

Kasper Brans's Collected Company (Team 2, Seat C)

Pedro De Diego's Lantern Control (Team 3, Seat A)

Francisco Sifuentes's Titan Breach (Team 3, Seat B)

Luis Salvatto's Elves (Team 3, Seat C)

Marius Heuser's Abzan (Team 4, Seat A)

Christian Hauck's Urzatron (Team 4, Seat B)

Xiaoliang Yang's Jeskai (Team 4, Seat C)

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