Liga Old Frame 3ª Jornada

I Old Frame League Madrid – Day 3

The third stage of the Old Frame Madrid League was celebrated last April 17th, 2022, just a month after the second stage happened. Madrid has really adopted the Old Frame Vintage format and we are happy to report the results.

Liga Old Frame 3ª Jornada.

Nine players took place in the four rounds of this stage and it was David Aparicio who, after playing in the previous two stages, ended up with his first victory, as the only unbeaten deck of the day.

Players of the III Old Frame Madrid League.
David Aparicio.

David played neither of the two decks he had played in the two previous editions of the league: Hulk Smash and TPS. Instead he went for an option that had pretty much seen no play since the creation of the Old Frame Vintage format: High Tide.

And boy, did his Islands perform. As you can see in this video of the final round, they got to provide even UUUUU when tapped.

Table for the III Old Frame Madrid League

High TideDavid Aparicio (4-0)1
TNTJuan Manuel Delgado (3-1)2
TPSDiego Obregón González (3-1)3
Sleeper PrisonAntonio V (2-1-1)4
Numa Roberto Pereda (2-2-0)5
GrowPablo Merino (2-2-0)6
Guillem Alomar (1-2-1)7
SlighAlfonso Utrilla Carrero (1-3-0)8
KeeperRaúl Torres (1-3-0)9

III Old Frame Madrid League Decks

Saving the best for last, as per usual, here comes the eye candy. Most of the beautiful decks that took place on the III Old Frame Madrid League.

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High Tide – David Aparicio – First Place

High Tide - David Aparicio - First Place.

Tools and Tubbies – Juan Manuel Delgado – Second Place

TNT - Juan Manuel - Second Place.

The Perfect Storm – Diego Obregón González – Third Place

TPS - Diego Obregón González - Third Place.

Growatog – Pablo Merino – Sixth Place

Grow - Pablo Merino - Sixth Place.

Sligh – Alfonso Utrilla – Eight Place

Sligh - Alfonso Utrilla - Eight Place.

Keeper – Raúl Torres – Ninth Place

Keeper - Raúl Torres - Ninth Place.