Legacy Premier League – Group B Results

The second week of the Legacy Premier League just ended and we had some absolutly stunning and awesome matches. Looking for how Control on Control might look like in the future? — Definitely check out the very first match between Caleb’s “Not Quite Miracles” vs Tim’s “Czech Pile” for a control mirror that lasted for over an hour!

Once again thanks a lot to all of your for tuning into our second show! It’s just amazing how much support you are showing to us! I also want to thank our sponsors Cardhoarder, Living Cards and Matt “sdematt” Pavlic for their support in making this league happen!

Twitter Poll Results:

Matches:


Caleb Durward
Not Quite Miracles

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2-1


Tim Akpinar
Czech Pile
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Robert Stan
Grixis Control

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0-2


Tim Akpinar
Czech Pile
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Jon Johnson
UB OmniTell

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2-0


Tim Akpinar
Czech Pile
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Caleb Durward
Not Quite Miracles

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0-2


Robert Stan
Grixis Control
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YouTube

Caleb Durward
Not Quite Miracles

Result »

2-0


Jon Johnson
UB OmniTell
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YouTube

Robert Stan
Grixis Control

Result »

1-2


Jon Johnson
UB OmniTell
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YouTube

Show Final Group Standings »

Make sure to tune in again next Thursday when Group C hits the spotlight with Michael Bonde (Death & Taxes), Patrick Dickmann (OmniTell), Anuraag Das (Not Miracles) and Romario Neto (TES).

So long,
Julian


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