Trial Winning Decklists of Grand Prix Pittsburgh 2018

Posted in Event Coverage on June 23, 2018

By Adam Styborski

Stybs has played Magic the world over, writing and drafting as part of the event coverage team and slinging Commander everywhere his decks will fit.

If Goblin Chainwhirler was going to be dethroned from Standard, it didn't start on Friday. Six of the eight Standard Last Chance Trial winning decklists played up with aggressive red plan. Whether that would hold true for the remainder of the weekend was another story.

Here's the bye-earning Standard decklists from Grand Prix Pittsburgh.

Chris Chichy's Mono-Red Aggro – GP Pittsburgh Trial Winner

Stephan Mack's Red-Black Aggro – GP Pittsburgh Trial Winner

Braden Yates's Red-Black Aggro – GP Pittsburgh Trial Winner

Andy Kehoe's White-Black Benalia – GP Pittsburgh Trial Winner

Christopher Ringer's Esper Control – GP Pittsburgh Trial Winner

Sideboard (15)
2 Confiscation Coup 2 Arguel's Bloodfast 2 Knight of Malice 3 Negate 2 Duress 2 The Eldest Reborn 2 Lyra Dawnbringer

Corey Faherty's Mono-Red Aggro – GP Pittsburgh Trial Winner

Diego Mediano's Red-Black Aggro – GP Pittsburgh Trial Winner

Josh Warsaw's Mono-Red Aggro – GP Pittsburgh Trial Winner

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