“The Cutting Room Floor: NELC Report – 1/19/13”
For the last three years, Dredge, in any incarnation, has been the deck that has enabled me to achieve success in some of Legacy’s most prolific tournaments. Going into the January NELC, I gave some serious thought as to what deck I wanted to play. All I’ve heard for the last month is how good Deathrite Shaman is, and believe me, I know. Manaless Dredge, however, doesn’t have nearly as hard of a time playing against Deathrite Shaman as one may think.
Allow me to explain. Continue reading The Cutting Room Floor: NELC Report – 1/19/13
Cook’s Kitchen -NELC (09/08/12): A Scrub’s Report
My weekend began early Friday morning when the boss said I could get out of work early! I waited throughout the barbeque lunch that the Marketing department was having. A co-worker made me something called a “Juicy Lucy” – a cheeseburger with pepper jack cheese on the inside along with diced jalapenos. By the time it was done cooking it was about the size of a softball, it by no means was a small burger. I channeled my former fat kid from my mid-teens and devoured that monstrosity. I knew after eating it that I wouldn’t be eating the rest of the day. Shortly after lunch ended, I left work, went home, packed for a bit, and then headed off to Jupiter! Continue reading Cook’s Kitchen – NELC (09/08/12): A Scrub’s Report
Tales of the Squire – A Weekend of Tournaments
Hello all readers out there who have decided to well, read this. I know I have not written in a while and honestly do not plan to get back onto a regular writing schedule. However I do want to entrance you all with some information from this past weekend. For those of you who were unaware, Jupiter held a $500 FNM and then a Duel for Duals on Saturday. I played in both and cashed in on both with some unusual deck choices and just wanted to share. So let’s begin! Continue reading Tales of the Squire – A Weekend of Tournaments