Chi Hoi Yim is your Legacy Open champion here at #SCGATL! The Miracle master battled through a combo heavy field to earn his second Legacy Open trophy. We at SCGLive will be prereleasing in Roanoke next weekend, but join us in two weeks at #SCGNJ and #SCGINDY for our first foray into Khans of Tarkir Standard!
Would Goblin Rabblemaster get a three-peat on the Open Series to close out this Standard season? Manny Orellana hoped to make it so with Rabble Burn, while Gonzalo Velasquez was hoping to earn one last trophy for Vraska the Unseen and company.
Both players were leaning on a Mizzium Mortars deck in their last hurrah with this standard season. Phillip Fortner was representing Jund Planeswalkers, while Chris Johnson was beating down with Naya Aggro.
These two fierce competitors have four invitational Top 8s and four Open Series trophies between them. Would it be Chi Hoi Yim with Miracles or Brad Nelson with U/G Infect to hoist yet another trophy here in Atlanta?
The story of this tournament has been the breakout of U/G Infect, with three players taking the deck to the elimination rounds. Matt Webster and former Invitational champ Brad Nelson were two of those three, and they sat down to see who would be doling out poison counters in the semifinals.