Marc Konig is your Legacy Open champion here at #SCGRICH! He traveled all the way from Denmark for GP New Jersey, and figured he might as well take down a Legacy Open while he was stateside. We'll be in Atlanta next weekend, so tune in next week and join Cedric Phillips and Patrick Sullivan for #SCGATL!
Harlan Firer has sliced through right through the tournament with his Jeskai Token Combo deck. The only thing standing between him and a Trophy was the Esper Control stylings of career blue mage Shaheen Soorani, in the hunt for his first Open Series trophy since 2012.
Two different flavors of Jeskai would duke it out for a seat in the finals—Kevin Jones with the Jeskai Aggro deck he put on the map at SCGNJ, while Harlan Firer was playing an innovative token deck with the Jeskai Ascendancy combo built in.
Aaron Barich had traveled all the way from the gulf coast to battle with his innovative take on Abzan Aggro. Standing between him and a semifinal berth was Stephen Dupal, who represented the Mardu Horde.
Marc Konig traveled to the US from Denmark to compete in Legacy tournaments, and has reached the top 4 here with Death and Taxes for his efforts. He’d face stiff competition in Ben Friedman, a four-time Invitational Top 8 competitor.
Joe Lossett is no stranger to the top 8 stage of a Legacy Open, and he’s in the hunt for another trophy with Miracles. Standing in his way is Ryan Macedo, who hopes to steal his thunder with U/G Infect.