Really awesome info, thanks guys for compiling this, especially so quickly. And really stoked for Montolio taking down the whole thing - a true MTGO Vintage warrior!
I hope results like this are actually something R&D cast a glance at when considering the B/R list. I hope....
Look forward to the next, even if I was roundly trounced this time round. Happy easter y'all.
Oath has won two of the Power Nine Challenges. I think that people writing that deck off are making a mistake.
Oath has a ton of crazy draws, turn one Orchard Mox Oath is relatively common. Add to that the fact that the deck has a positive match up against the most popular deck online, and it makes sense that it can occasionally spike an event.
I was trying to run one Omniscience as a way to play a bomb through Containment Priest, but I didn't have much luck with it and abandoned it. Looks like that's what won the event though. Nice work
@spook That's not super surprising, the first few were always going to be a novelty with high turnouts, and this event was Easter weekend with a few big paper events, too. I expect to see the next few plateau or decline a little, but then the numbers to slowly go up over time, as more and more vintage players start realizing how awesome mtgo is
@diophan @ChubbyRain Thank you for effort and this precious data.
What exactly happened during last round vs Collecter? Seems like he was locked for Top8 but he dropped/ disconnected after 0-1 vs diophan ?
Even with 5-2 he was 6th :
Rank Name Points OMWP GWP OGWP6 Collecter 15 0.6395 0.6250 0.5823
@matori Yeah I was confused. I did not remember you get dropped from a tournament for inaction, so originally I thought he took an extended break to go do something and didn't care too much about top 8 seedings since modo doesn't use the play/draw rule. Unfortunately after it happened I saw that his name got greyed out and he was dropped. Someone told me afterwards that he was streaming. He was playing matches for fun and the P9 game window never blinked so he timed out. Pretty rough. We didn't count that match in the data, FWIW.