Top 8 Decklists

Posted in Event Coverage on June 24, 2018

By Chapman Sim

Fears that Goblin Chainwhirler might dominate the metagame were allayed as we saw six distinct archetypes make it to the Top 8.

Although there were four red aggro decks, some of them had innovations, such as Kowalski's Ghitu Lavarunner and Wizard's Lightning, as well as Andy Chan's Siege-Gang Commander.

On the other end, Ishikawa's White-Blue Gifts deck could transform into a White-Blue Control deck. Ryoichi Tamada's Jeskai Control was a homebrew which utterly decimated the Swiss rounds, while Ryo Okamoto put together a Blue-Black Midrange deck focused upon planeswalkers!

Enough said, let's take a look at the Top 8 decks of Grand Prix Singapore 2018!

  • Ryoichi Tamada (Jeskai Control)
  • Yuuki Ichikawa (White-Blue Gifts)
  • Rei Sato (Black-Red Aggro)
  • Grzegorz Kowalski (Mono-Red Aggro)
  • Ryo Okamoto (Blue-Black Midrange)
  • Andy Chan (Mono-Red Aggro)
  • Li Jingyang (Black-Red Aggro)
  • Tatsuhiko Ohki (Esper Control)

Ryoichi Tamada's Jeskai Control

Grand Prix Singapore 2018 - Top 8

Yuuki Ichikawa's White-Blue Gifts

Grand Prix Singapore 2018 - Top 8

Rei Sato's Black-Red Aggro

Grand Prix Singapore 2018 - Top 8

Grzegorz Kowalski's Mono-Red Aggro

Grand Prix Singapore 2018 - Top 8

Ryo Okamoto's Blue-Black Midrange

Grand Prix Singapore 2018 - Top 8
Planeswalker (2)
2 Liliana, Death's Majesty
Sorcery (2)
2 Yahenni's Expertise
Legendary planeswalker (4)
4 Karn, Scion of Urza
60 Cards

Andy Chan's Mono-Red Aggro

Grand Prix Singapore 2018 - Top 8

Li Jingyang's Black-Red Aggro

Grand Prix Singapore 2018 - Top 8

Tatsuhiko Ohki's Esper Control

Grand Prix Singapore 2018 - Top 8

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