IV Old Frame Madrid League
It took us a bit too long to publish the results of the third stage of the Old Frame Madrid League and the guys there have been so busy that we can already get to what happened on the fourth stage, celebrated May 15, 2022. A stage whose promotional poster includes my favourite Magic the Gathering card ever, Mind’s Desire.
The list of players for this stage was identical to the previous with only one exception: Guillem Alomar (winner of the second stage) couldn’t make it this time and Vedast Sanxis attended again. It doesn’t surprise us that people keep on going back to play this format, Old Frame Vintage has quickly become the favourite format for a lot of old school Magic the Gathering players.
David Aparicio became the first player to make it back-to-back by finishing at the top of the table after the four rounds played, adding a Mox Emerald to his Mox Sapphire.
In the final game of the day, David had to beat Alfonso Utrilla, winner of the first stage and a regular Sligh player. You can see that match in the following video.
Table for the IV Old Frame Madrid League
|Oath||David Aparicio (3-0-1)||1|
|Bear Deck Wins||Pablo Merino (3-1-0)||2|
|TPS||Diego Obregón González (2-1-1)||3|
|Sligh||Alfonso Utrilla Carrero (2-1-1)||4|
|TPS||Vedast Sanxis (2-2-0)||5|
|Doomsday||Juan Manuel (2-2-0)||6|
|–||Antonio V (2-2-0)||7|
|Keeper||Raúl Torres (1-2-1)||8|
|–||Numa Roberto Pereda (1-3-0)||9|
IV Old Frame Madrid League Decks
We love to see how the format evolves and more different archetypes make it to the tournaments while the staples get also more refined. Here are seven of the nine decks that participated on the IV Old Frame Madrid League.
Registration for the next edition of our online MTG Old Frame League will soon begin. If you want to participate in a tournament without having to leave your home, join the conversation on our Facebook group and our new Discord Server.