Post Tournament Review | Week 6
“Becoming successful is a lot, like learning how to shoot. You miss the target most of the time, but once you learn how to take aim, you will hit your target almost every time.” -Bryce Ward 6/4/2020
For my first competitive Magic The Gathering Tournament, I think I did pretty well. Now granted, I only won my first match and got my butt kicked in every duel after that first game. However, I had fun, and the chance to win $2,000 was definitely an exciting prospect.
Feedback For Wizards of The Coast
Playing in the Magic The Gathering Tournament was very well put together, and I contract the team behind it for setting it up. However, I do have one piece of feedback that I would like to make. Instead of making the Day 1 duels best of one, make it best of three. I understand the need to make Day 1 harder for players to pass into Day 2, but I feel it would have been much more fun to be given a chance to learn what decks my opponents were playing and come up with a way to counter it. This way, players with different decks have a better chance to shine.
In fact, because Day 1’s matches were best of one, the decks that dominated the Tournament had very similar strategies thanks to a few key cards. As a result, after the Tournament, the two cards shown below have been banned from the Standard Format.
Hey, thank you for reading this week’s post, and thank you to everyone who came to the stream to cheer me on during the Tournament. Please let me know if you participated in the Tournament and how you did. I would love to hear how you did and how you plan to improve for next time!