Standard Grand Prix Richmond Trial Decklists

Posted in Event Coverage on May 6, 2017

By Marc Calderaro

As popular as Amonkhet Sealed was for Grand Prix Trial formats in Richmond, a fresh Standard format brought in plenty of players as well.

Mardu Vehicles has been a good standby for people before the Pro Tour—it’s still a good deck, for sure—but a couple other plants sprouted up, making cracks in the racetrack. The Mono-Black Zombie list is certainly on the rise ... from the grave.

Here are the winners and their decklists from Friday’s Trials!

Allen Miller's Mardu Vehicles – GP Richmond Trial Winner

Martin Miguel Amor's Mardu Vehicles – GP Richmond Trial Winner

Blair Johnson's Temur Control – GP Richmond Trial Winner

David Festin's Mardu Vehicles – GP Richmond Trial Winner

Yugo Sato's Red-Green Energy Aggro – GP Richmond Trial Winner

Stanley Pace's Mardu Vehicles – GP Richmond Trial Winner

Dylan Klenske's Red-Green Energy Aggro – GP Richmond Trial Winner

Gray Jacobsen's Mono-Black Zombies – GP Richmond Trial Winner

Sorcery (4)
4 Dark Salvation
Instant (4)
4 Fatal Push
Enchantment (4)
4 Liliana's Mastery
Land (24)
22 Swamp 2 Westvale Abbey
60 Cards

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