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Deck Tech: Mono White Control with Thomas Enevoldsen

"I think the most important card is Knight for the White Orchid. He's the guy that makes every little thing bond. Since your bend is sort of weird. It is rather reduced, but additionally very high. Knight of the White Orchids helps allow you to get from point A to B and fills the part of a minimal curve card, but also gets you to your high end."

"Much like against True-Name Nemesis in Legacy there are unusual cards you could bring in to battle it even although you can not target it. Stormbreath Dragon really is this porches True-Name Nemesis. But We have have actually Celestial Flare in the sideboard and you can additionally play Elspeth, Sun's Champion, which matches up really with Wingmate Roc and Archangel of Tithes."

The World Magic Cup winner would definitely suggest the deck for anyone seeking to win their particular World secret Cup Qualifier in a few days and stated he might once again sleeve up those Plains to try to make the Danish group. He also had some sweet plays he was very happy to fairly share from their first matches of this day.

"The difficulty utilizing the Archangel of Tithes is generally that change you cast it isn't when it impacts your opponents obstructs. However if you're able to manifest it on end step and unmorph it before combat it certainly grabs your opponent off guard. I'd an excellent situation in which my Abzan adversary tapped reasonable and I could Alpha move for victory because I experienced a manifested Angel that I could unmorph to my change. There are a great number of good tips in this deck. And I like that!"

His fellow Dane Michael Bonde had been playing the deck too. So when we reminded Envoldsen which he and Bonde played when you look at the Top 8 of Grand Prix Strasbourg inside Mono White mirror, he elaborated about their plans.

"Michael Bonde is 4-0 using the deck i really believe. So the program is used to again play both in the Top 8 again. Now we simply have to perform it."

While Thomas Envoldsen don't like to share the actual details on their version of the deck, he admitted it was rather similar to the one that Sam Black played this weekend in the World Championships in Seattle. Therefore here's that number for reference.

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