The first batch of Guilds of Ravnica Standard results are in and they are weird.
Mono-Red Aggro ran roughshod over the Standard seats of #SCGCOL. It was the most popular deck on Day 2 of competition by a mile, with over twice as many pilots as its nearest competitor, Selesnya Tokens. This impressive performance culminated in three copies of Mono-Red Aggro making it to the elimination rounds, outpacing the competition. It didn't manage to take home the trophy, but it's hard to argue against Mono-Red Aggro being the deck of the tournament.
But then you look over to the results of the Magic Online PTQ and wonder how that event could possibly have happened the same weekend as the Open. Mono-Red Aggro was nowhere to be seen at the PTQ. It wasn't in the Top 8. It wasn't in the Top 16. You must go all the way down to 24th place before you find a single solitary copy of the deck. It's typical for Magic Online and paper tournaments to have slightly different metagames, but this level of disparity? Unheard of.