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« on: 19-02-2016, 12:42:19 AM »

13.02.2016
RankName  PointsArchetype OMW%
1Korbel, Jochen15 Dimir-Scapeshift61,3
2Sinner,Denis12Esper-Aggro Control53,3
3Hittel, Matthias10Esper-Artifact Combo51,9
4Huther, Nils10Mono Black Aggro42,6
5Gredel, Maximilian9BUG Control62,6
6Müller, Tobias9Abzan-Pattern Rector61,3
7Schäffer, Dirk8Azorius-Control49,3
8Lavaud-Canonne, Olivier84C-Reanimator46,6
9Keller, Steffen7Mono G-Eldrazi Ramp45,3
10Zimmermann, Martin6Mono Blue-Control62,6
11Deutscher, Markus6Jeskai-Twin Combo58,7
12Kannegiesser, Thomas6RDW42,5
13Heimann, Jan5Mono Black-Aggro42,6
14Smeltz, Christopher4Dimir-Tempo47,8
15Jaafari, Nor4Jeskai46,6
16Knötgen, Tobias3Jeskai-Control59,9
17Groh, Sebastian1Bant-Midrange46,5
18Farnung, Benjamin0BUG-Control35,4


Match 1: Martin Zimmermann with Mono Blue Control  2-1

Game 1: Don't remember anything

Game 2: Don't remember anything

Game 3: This game took nearly for ever trading cards(especially card draw spells) and counters. Later in the game I could cast True-Name Nemesis and held his Batterskull at bay. By holding his Batterskull with my True-Name I still couldn't attack several turn. As the path for attacking was free the time was nearly over. In the second last extra time turn Martin cast Bribery for my Glen Elendra Archmage. In the last turn I had Bring to Light for the Glen Elendra and had enough man land for the win.


Match 1: Matthias Hittel with Esper-Artifact Combo  2-1

Game 1: Turn 4 Mathias had 4 artifacts: Staff of Domination, Rings of Brighthearth, Darksteel Citadel and a random Talisman. Additionally he layed Tolarian Academy turn 4, so I fetched with a few tutors my Wasteland and tapped out this way. Turn 5 Mathias played Tezzeret, Agent of Bolas and made his indestructible Darksteel Citadel 5/5. So my lifepoints fall quickly especially against the Tezzeret ability combined with the Rings. I could stay alive with Titania, Protector of Argoth, but next turn I miscalculated(not the card) my mana need with Scapeshift and had to pass the turn, Which lead to my defeat.

Game 2: In this game I countered Matthias big artifacts spell and won with a just a few creatures, especially with Nissa, Vastwood Seer.

Game 3: I kept a hand with 2 lands,Spell Pierce, Spell Snare, Remand, Inquisition of Kozilek and a Preordain, so I had not enough lands and no critter. In the game I countered everything and drew lands and 2 creatures, which was enough for the win.


Match3: Maximilian Gredel with Sultai-Control  2-0

Game 1: I could cast Dack Fayden and Jace, the Mind Sculptor against resitance, while Maximilian had Liliana of the Veil and a few creatures like Hooting Mandrills. With my 2 planeswalker I had enough solution while he ran out of cards, especially because of the +1 Liliana ability.

Game 2: Early in the game I had a Wasteland for Maximilian's only blue source, the other lands he had were black/green and 2 colorless lands including Blighted Fen. As the game was allready over he found his blue mana source.


Match 4: Denis, Sinner with Esper-Aggro Control  2-0

Game 1: Early in the game I played a Inquisition onto Denis leaving him Venser,Shaper Savant, Treachery, Fact or Fiction and 2 lands. Later in the game I played Baleful Strix(as the only creature) which got taken by the Treachery, I had Dack Fayden to retake the Strix and prevent my Dack from the Venser. With the Dack Fayden I had the right cards for the game.

Game 2: We both traded cards and spells for a rather long time. Denis played his Venser, Shaper Savant twice by using Unburial Rites. In the follwing turn I draw the Scavenging Ooze which removed the Unburial Rites + the other used up creatures. Again the game took a while but I won with my 5/5 Ooze.


Match 5: Tobias Müller with Abzan-Pattern Rector  2-0

Game 1: My Opponent started quick with turn 1 LLanowar Elves , turn 2 Fauna Shaman  and turn 3 Liliana, Heretical Healer. While I had Nissa, Vastwood Seer and Jace, the Mind Sculptor to bounce his Liliana. Instead of replaying Liliana and attacking Jace with the Fauna Shaman which would had cost me either Nisaa or Jace, which would had flip the Liliana for reanimating the Shaman + 2/2 Zombie token, he used the Fauna Shaman for searching Courser of Kruphix. With the Jace I found enough solutions including a Lightning Bolt for the 2/3 Liliana. The game took a while but I could prevent him from making relevant plays.

Game 2: Tobias started this game with turn 1 Noble Hierach, so I know this will be hard. On my first turn I played a Shockland into Preordain finding a Fetchland and Mystic Confluence, I decided to keep both cards and try to survive till turn 5 so that I can cast the Confluence and stop the early game pressure. Tobias had several creatures including Tidehollow Sculler which took my Electroylze away. Till turn 5 I went down to 10 lifepoints, cast the Confluence for 2 bounce and 1 Mana Leak where he had 3 mana. 2 turns later I could cast Bring to Light for the final Scapeshift.



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« Reply #1 on: 19-02-2016, 12:51:04 PM »

You always struck me as kind of a weird yet nice dude, but this tournament report just baffles me, Jochen.

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Match 1: Martin Zimmermann with Mono Blue Control  2-1

Game 1: Turn 2 Martin played Sygg, River Cutthroat and turn 4 Gush into Master of Waves. I had Venser, Shaper Savant to delay the 4 2/1 Mefolk/Elementals for another 2 turns. I could defeat the Master but lost too much lifepoints against Serendib Efreet and Bonesplitter. One turn before I hoped to cast Scapeshift I was shot down with a Psionic Blast.

Game 2: Turn 3 Martin had Sygg, River Cutthroat and Thada Adel, Acquisitor. I had only one removal which I used for Thada, even if had played out all my artifacts in my deck by playing Sensei's Divining Top. My plan to stop Sygg from working didn't work since Martin played Mutavault next to Sygg. I struggled several turn especially against Sygg and his card advantage, but several turns later when Martin was tapped out I could cast the final Scapeshift for the win.


This is wrong. What I mean is, this game never happened that way. How do I know? Well first of all, Martin Zimmermann is pretty well known as the mono U control player (also finished in the Top 8 of the last Highland GP http://mtgpulse.com/event/22764#314983). His list never included sygg, river cut throat, thada adel, serendib efreet, master of waves, gush or bonesplitter. He is also known for owning just one highlander deck for the last 1o-12 years. This deck being mono U control. Second, Martin is one of my best friends and we talked about that tournament. He never mentioned changing his deck. So after I read this report, I asked him if he really played the cards you mentioned, which he denied!He played the exact same list he took to the Highlander GP!

That's why this report is extremely weird.

Option 1:

The report is a lie. I don't know why you would ever do this. You really did win that game, just not in the way you described, mostly because none of the cards you mentioned were actually in Martin's deck! There is nothing to gain by lying on a forum such as this.

Option 2:

You couldn't remember what actually happened and decided to make a game up you would've liked to be a part of. That's definitely not as bad as lying but still weird as hell. Why not write "I don't remember the details of that game other thane me using scapeshift ftw". Instead you chose to make up all those situations you described in detail and all those cards that never actually got played, just to write a report (which no one forced you to do). That's just bat-shit crazy, man! This would mean you'd value this report of you winning a really small tournament so highly, that you couldn't accept the fact that it might be incomplete. To that, I can only say, REALLY DUDE?Huh?

Option 3:

It is a misunderstanding. You played a game like the one you described some time ago and your mind swapped that memory with the game you played against Martin. This sounds like the most understandable option of the three; but think about it. Really think about.
Martin Zimmermann is easily one of the most memorable German Magic players just by appearance. Tall and one of the most muscular dudes I've ever seen entering a Magic tournament. it takes a lot to confuse him with another player. Read the tournament report again. There a so many deatils in the description of that game. How messed up does your mind have to be, to confuse a game with sygg, adel, gush, master of waves and so on for a game against a mono u control opponent who has creatures like silent arbiter, augur of bolas or spellskite in his deck in a game that happened 4 days ago? How vivid must that sygg river cutthroat memory be implemented in your mind to confuse these two situations? If the report were less specific like "I think he attacked with sygg and stuff, but I don't really know" - ok. But you describe in detail, what he played. Including sequences (gush into master of waves) and your own interactions with his plays (using venser to bounce master)!!!!!!!! That's so fucking crazy as well!!!


Jochen,  Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh Huh, which option is it?


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« Reply #2 on: 19-02-2016, 01:14:06 PM »

It's Option 3. The whole report is a reconstruction of the whole tournament and I never had a good memory.

As I think about it, it looks like games 1 and game 2 appeared one week earlier at the Highlander FNM, against a Mono Blue Aggro Player. I really swaped memory with these two mono blue decks.
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« Reply #3 on: 19-02-2016, 01:20:57 PM »

I think Jochen remembered a game against Steffen who was playing a deck containing the mentioned cards in a former tournament...
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« Reply #4 on: 19-02-2016, 02:39:47 PM »

that was really entertaining. WHICH OPTION IS IT JOCHEN??? MHHHH???  Cheesy
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« Reply #5 on: 07-03-2016, 07:19:42 PM »

05.03.2016

Final Standings:

1. Matthias Hittel Grixis Twin 10 pts
2. Markus Deutscher Jeskai Twin 10 pts
3. Martin Zimmermann MUC 9 pts
4. Arne Logisch Creatureless Esper 9 pts
5. Tobi Radloff MonoG Eldrazi 9 pts
6. Marco Kropf 4C Blood 6 pts
7. Nils Huther RDW 6 pts
8. Alexandr Yusubov White Weenie 6 pts
9. Denis Sinner Esper Midrange 3 pts
10. Tobi Knötgen Jeskai Midrange 3 pts
11. Sebastian Groh Bant 3 pts
12. Nor Jaafari RDW 3 pts
13. Tobi Müller Pattern 3 pts
14. Stephan Schallenberg Grixis 3 pts

plus 2 drops (decks unknown)
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« Reply #6 on: 08-03-2016, 03:03:48 PM »

If it's possible, could you post those 2 twin decklists? Twinning is winning and i am very interested. Thanks
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« Reply #7 on: 08-03-2016, 04:55:23 PM »

The Grixis List is basicly the list from Luca MGM Top 8 with minor changes (6-8 cards). Jeskai twin is not available, sorry.
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« Reply #8 on: 08-03-2016, 05:06:22 PM »

Okay, if you happen to know what he changed i am also interested in that. Thanks and cheers.
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« Reply #9 on: 12-06-2016, 02:53:54 PM »

JK League 11.06.16 (4rounds)

1 Dirk Schäffer Scapeshift 10
2 Aleksandr Yusubov 4col blood 9
3 Benny Kaiser Monu U(b) 9
4 Stephan Schallenberg 4col blood 8
5 Jochen Korbel 4col Reanimator 6
6 Marco Kropf 4col blood 6
7 Sebastian Winkler 4col Combo 4
8 Christopher Smeltz Grixis Reanimator 3
9 Danilo Zanotti GR Land Destruction 3
10 Oliver Lavaud-Canonne ? 3(bye) and dont show up for r2
11 Nils Huther Suicide Black 0
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« Reply #10 on: 27-03-2017, 09:20:41 AM »

JK League 25.03.17 (5rounds)

1 Dirk Schäffer RDW 15
2 Nor Jaafari Jeskai Twin 11
3 Matthias Hittel 5col Jailer 10
4 Marco Kropf 4col blood 9
5 Marvin Ebert RDW 9
6 Julian Nazarenus RDW 9
7 Markus Deutscher Bant 8
8 Tobi Müller 4col blood 8
9 Timo Klein WW 7
10 Jochen Korbel 4col Blood 7
11 Patrik Ravano ? 6
12 Markus Königstein Mono B 6
13 Aleksandr Yusubov Temur 5
14 Max Lambeck Artefakt Combo 4
15 Romain Dieulangard Temur Twin 3
16 Sabine neuf RDW 3
17 Sebastian Groh ? 3
18 Stephan Schallenberg U(b) 0
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« Reply #11 on: 21-05-2017, 10:38:41 AM »

JK League 20.05.2017 - 11 players (4 rounds)

1 Claus Diefenbach - 5c Oath - 10
2 Danilo Zanotti - Bant - 9
3 Marco Kropf - 4c Blood - 9
4 Sebastian Groh - Bant - 7
5 Moritz Helmstätter - 4c Mid. wo U - 6
6 Matthias Hittel - BUG - 6
7 Sabine Neuf - RDW - 6
8 Benny Kaiser - UW - 6
9 Romain Dieulangard - Naya - 6
10 Joern Hintze - MBA - 3
11 Patrik Ravano - Jeskai - 3
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« Reply #12 on: 22-05-2017, 10:09:06 AM »

I'm interested in the Bant decklists, is it possible to share them? thanks :-)
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« Reply #13 on: 22-05-2017, 12:52:28 PM »

Unfortunately i have no decklists.
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« Reply #14 on: 24-05-2017, 06:28:06 PM »

I asked Sebastian for his and he delivered:
http://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/25-03-17-bant/
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