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Harlan Firer 23 Aug 19
Was there a decklist error with the winning list? Looks like he had 2 CoP in his deck vs round 4 and only 1 in the decklist photo.
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Brian Weissman
Short explanation: I ran the same 75 for the tourney, and had him photograph my testing list, which was what I wanted public. There is no rule requiring you to have your same list photographed, we didn't register decks or anything. Put your pitchforks away.
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Richard Veenman 23 Aug 19
Was the COP: Red the only difference or multiple cards in SB/Main?
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Brian Weissman 24 Aug 19
Message me about Old School The Deck sideboards and I'll happily tell you. I don't release the contents of what I'm running outside of deck techs on Youtube. I suppose this is a holdover from my formative days, when you guarded your tech with your life.
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Brian Weissman 24 Aug 19
I had the judge photograph the list I wanted public, rather than the one I had used to reach the top 8. There is nothing illegal with that, as deck photos are not registered deck lists, and were never stated as such by anyone.
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Sam Black 24 Aug 19
I don’t understand what you’re saying. Are you saying you were trying to keep the exact list you won the event with secret to try to hide your tech for old school after winning the event?
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Jeremy Chien 24 Aug 19
This is exactly why we don’t need spikes in old school.
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guillemnicolau 24 Aug 19
HAHAHAHA WTF!!!
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⚒ Cattle Steroid Enthusiast ⚒ 24 Aug 19
Looks more like a CoP-in
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Jan van der Vegt 24 Aug 19
Wow you had time to come up with an excuse and this is the one you are going with?
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