Congratulations to the 2016 Players’ Champion Joe Lossett! The Miracle Man capped a great year on the SCG Tour with a signature win. Join the SCG Tour when it returns in 2017!
Andrew got the better of Jeff in Modern group play, but the name of the game this round is Standard with a bye on Sunday on the line. Would Jeff and U/R Control or Andrew on Temur Aetherworks get a free pass into the Top 8?
These two met up in Legacy group play with Baugh winning the Lands mirror 2-0. Neither managed to win the pod, so they meet in a Modern grudge match to see where they will go in the second section of group play. Tom brings G/W Tron while Jacob sleeved up Dredge. Who will advance to the Battle for Byes group and who will fall to the Stay to Play group?
It’s the end of the line for someone as Joe and Andrew meet up in Standard. Would Joe’s Temur Energy build or Andrew’s Temur Aetherworks deck move into the semifinals?
Jeff and Caleb meet up with a spot in the semifinals on the line. Caleb opted for Temur Aetherworks, but Jeff went with a U/R Control build hoping to prey on Aetherworks decks. Would the gamble pay off for Jeff, or would Caleb continue winning with Aetherworks?
Two MGG teammates square off it in a Wild Card match in a Temur Aetherworks mirror. Would the defending champion continue his run or would Andrew move into the Top 8?
The first Wild Card Match of Sunday puts two Invitational champions against each other. Caleb is one of three players on Temur Aetherworks while Liam is the lone Four-Color Vehicles player in the field. Who will move on to face Jeff Hoogland in the quarterfinals?