Polluted Delta Control decks were some of the most successful decks of Pro Tour Dragons of Tarkir
In our 22d episode, “Fun With Polluted Delta” Pro Tour Champion Patrick Chapin and Resident Genius Michael J Flores discuss three-and-a-half takes on Standard control.
Adrian Sullivan played a “pure” Dimir Control deck with only Planeswalkers to win.
Learn about this deck that “trims cards that are un-trimmable”, “plays one copy of a whole bunch of cards you would never Tutor for”, and runs “all kinds of colors of dual lands splashing for colors that aren’t in his deck”.
You’ll also learn the key to sideboarding against mono-red with Adrian’s build, and why it might be favored against Jeskai Tokens.
Former Player of the Year Shota Yasooka returned to Top 8 glory with a Dimir Control deck of his own.
Check out this coming out party for Icefall Regent and learn about a non-intuitive interaction you might not have known when playing Silumgar, the Drifting Death.
Andrew Ohlschwager splashed white mana for Dragonlord Ojutai in his third look at Polluted Delta in the Pro Tour Dragons of Tarkir Top 8. Why might Andrew have played one copy of Sign in Blood instead of blue card drawing spells? Patrick and Michael engage in some lively speculation.
Finally, our intrepid Top Level Podcast duo examine Bryan Raymer’s Mono-Blue Dragons deck from States. Bryan made Top 8 running main deck Encase in Ice! Find out why a straight blue deck might be under-powered, but how this deck is already inspiring our heroes to brew Brew BREW
And speaking of brewing…
We might just end on a high note!
Do these cards represent a possible future combo deck?
- The Top 8 decks from Pro Tour Dragons of Tarkir (including Adrian’s, Shota’s, and Andrew’s)
- Bryan Raymer’s Mono-Blue Dragons (at Star City Games)