The past weekend was chock full of something Magic for just about everyone. To recap, we had four major events filling up our Twitter feeds:
- PAX East
- Grand Prix Pittsburgh – Gatecrash Sealed
- SCG Open: Kansas City – Standard and Legacy
- The Magic Online Championship Series (MOCS)
With that in mind, we’ve decided to do something a little different with 20 Tweets this week: we’ve highlighted five interesting tweets from each of the four events. PAX East entertained some and annoyed others with a variety of very shallow announcements. Froehlich continued his streak of Top 4s at the Grand Prix in Pittsburgh which lacked not only video coverage but packs, helping prove that Sealed really is the Pitts. The Open Series in Kansas City featured the usual misplays and twice as many champions as the rest of the weekend’s tournaments. Speaking of champions, “Second Class Citizen” Magic Online held the MOCS with nearly unwatchable coverage and not much excitement.
We hope you enjoy this tweet buffet. Let us know in the comments if you love or hate the tweeted and quartered format for this jam-packed weekend.
To correct a previous tweet, all the DGM legends are rare! pic.twitter.com/PahELTzrU3— MTG Leaks (@mtgleaks) March 23, 2013
@Dr_Jeebus I hope everyone booed at that— Dan (@heroicraptor) March 23, 2013
#gppitt is once again proof that no one ever really quits MTG.— David Scotton 🍑 (@davidscotton) March 25, 2013
@lansdellicious ALL THE MISPLAYS.— Tim Briody (@timbriody) March 23, 2013
Up early and ready to lose— William Craddock (@Duddlekins) March 24, 2013
Oh man....Lands vs ANT in the top8 of #scgkc...Lands player might as well start looking for a good place to eat dinner in KC...— joshchapple (@joshchapple) March 25, 2013
Zero interest in watching the MOCS. The beta is terrible for viewing games and I can't actually see their hands. Poor coverage overall. #mtg— Kyle Engleson (@Kengy5) March 22, 2013
so hard to read the names/lifetotals on #mtgochamp understand there isn't an elegant solution.— Rob (@urzishra) March 22, 2013
I'm surprised how much MTGO coverage just isn't interesting to watch. It's like watching game recaps in slow-mo on a bad client #MTGOChamp— Tristan Gregson (@TristanGregson) March 23, 2013
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