2020 Mythic Invitational Day 1 Coverage • MTG Arena Zone

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Welcome to MTG Arena Zone’s protection of the 2020 Mythic Invitational event! Here you will discover all the data you want together with the dwell stream, VOD, and textual content protection of every spherical because the event progresses. Remember to maintain refreshing this web page, since Drifter is including his commentary because the day progresses!

With a $250,000 prize pool and high gamers from MTG Arena, the 2020 Mythic Invitational is the final step for Magic opponents on their path to the 2020 Season Grand Finals. Streaming dwell and performed on-line by way of MTG Arena, the world will watch the Magic Esports debut of MTG Arena’s Historic format as the following champion is topped.

Live Stream

The broadcast of day 1 commences on Thursday September 10th at 9 AM PDT and ends when spherical 7 of the Swiss is completed. Players can be on the lookout for a 4-Three report or higher to maneuver onto day 2.


Preview

This is the primary ever main Historic event, and with the latest Field ban, no one is actually certain what the very best deck is, so prepare for a cutthroat battle for the crown! One of the few main occasions the place you’ll be able to say that Mountain is by far essentially the most performed card…

Final Standings

Check the protection under for standings after every of the later rounds!

Round One

VS

Splash Thoughtseize is a strong inclusion for the Goblins mirror, and will closely enhance this Control matchup too. While this does imply Deltour is unable to play as many Phyrexian Towers as inventory Goblins and is required to run a number of taplands, the consistency hit received’t be as vital because the positive factors right here!

Game 1

Cuneo wins the die roll, censors the t2 Snoop and performs a t3 Narset, which will get attacked right down to 1 loyalty. Cuneo begins to tug forward on worth, whereas Deltour begins to flood out a bit into a few Cuneo’s counterspells. Cuneo finally resets the board with a well timed Wrath with counterspell again up, which Deltour is unable to play Muxus, Goblin Grandee, his most vital card, into. Cuneo wraps up the sport with a few big Sharks, taking sport 1 in fairly trivial trend!

Game 2

Cuneo boards in his Baffling Ends for Narsets, a card he doesn’t have a number of time for on this matchup, throws in 1 Grafdigger’s Cage to cease Muxus, and 1 Timely Reinforcements simply to assist him get better from the beats.

On the draw, it is a a lot more durable matchup for the Azorius facet and Deltour begins out the gates swinging with a significantly better hand than Cuneo’s. A slight misstep from Cuneo on flip 4, forgetting that his Glacial Fortress comes into play tapped and due to this fact failing to depart up Censor. Cuneo topdecks a well timed Wrath of God, however Deltour’s cautious play permits him to right away kill Cuneo the flip after with Warchief -> Krenko for a bunch of hasty injury.

Game 3

Cuneo retains a reasonably gradual hand, being solely in a position to jam a few Sharks into Deltour’s quick begin. Fairly disappointing closing sport since Cuneo whiffs on drawing a Wrath, however most likely wouldn’t have received into Deltour’s Muxus even with one. Deltour finally ends up profitable 2-1 in a decisive trend!

Game 1

Both gamers lead on a Llanowar Elves, however Corey takes the lead with the immense energy of Karn, the Great Creator -> Grafdigger’s Cage, an insane hoser in opposition to the Jund Citadel deck, as Kowalski begins to flood out. However, Kowalski units up his Woe Strider + Mayhem Devil + Blood Artist combo, dealing Three injury per sacrifice, which fits proper by way of the Cage and blows Corey immediately! Maindeck hate doesn’t come near snagging this sport, which actually confirmed off the facility of Jund Sacrifice.

Game 2

Kowalski retains a one-lander off the again of three 1-drop mana accelerants, which matches up effectively in opposition to Corey’s mull to six, which finally permits him to blow away a Llanowar Elves with Plague Mare however doesn’t do a lot else, Fiend Artisan sitting in play as a 2 mana 1/1. Kowalski topdecks a Collected Company whereas Corey floods out, however solely manages to go looking up only one Mayhem Devil. Corey finally churns out his flip 6 hardcast God Pharaoh’s Gift, however it’s not all that thrilling into Scavenging Ooze and Klothys burning away his graveyard. Corey, seeing no manner out of the state of affairs, packs it in.

Kowalski on Citadel takes the match with a slaughterous 2-Zero sweep!

Game 2

Matt Nass is already main 1-Zero along with his highly effective Mono Black Gift deck (take a look at our latest guide to the deck!) versus Greg on Sultai Midrange. Nass leads off with a pair of Thoughtseizes, leaving Greg with solely lands. Greg continues to flood out however attracts a Wilt as an insurance coverage coverage in opposition to God-Pharaoh’s Gift. Nass’s horde of Zombies begins to peck away as Orange attracts an increasing number of reactive spells, probably not getting the job achieved. Nass expertly performs round counterspells, avoiding working his Rankle or Gift into Greg’s Neutralize and as an alternative forcing him to take care of playing cards like Woe Strider which aren’t costing Nass a lot.

Orange, feeling the stress, fires off a Memory to reset each fingers and erases all Nass’s work by eradicating his graveyard however, along with his new hand, Nass is ready to rebuild with Gate to the Afterlife and sacrificing a bunch of creatures earlier than Orange is ready to untap with countermagic. Orange finds himself at simply 1 life, and packs it in dealing with three attackers, his Eliminates coming too little too late.

Nass wins 2-Zero with Mono Black GPG, a formidable sport exhibiting off each the deck’s gameplans – the aggro sport to chip his opponent down after which going manner excessive with the eponymous card!

Game 1

The Flash deck has a reasonably disruption-light begin, which William Jensen expertly reads to slam a flip 4 Muxus off Phyrexian Tower + Treasure Token, and the Goblin Grandee is devastating as ordinary! Jensen pauses to contemplate how he might presumably lose from this ridiculous place, however it seems he can’t with Romao’s hand!

Game 2

Romao has a significantly better hand, with Explore -> double Nightpack Ambusher/Magmaquake accessible. Krenko takes an enormous lead over Ambusher, however Romao has Magmaquake on the able to blast a complete tribe to smithereens.

Still, Huey’s hand is stacked and he untaps and slams a fairly disappointing Muxus, netting him one Krenko (which instantly eats an Abrade) and Gempalm Incinerator as a vanilla 2/1 for two. Still, he follows up with Warchief -> Warchief -> one other Krenko, and these Ambusher wolves simply aren’t near having the ability to sustain. Carlos rapidly will get buried by Huey topdecking a Goblin Chieftain for a crushing victory.

Goblins slaughters Temur Flash 2-0, and it’s not shut to shut!

Game 1

Levy leads off on the play with a fast Llanowar Elves -> Gruul Spellbreaker draw, which Rolf is ready to disrupt with Thoughtseize -> Eliminate. The remainder of the latter’s hand isn’t too thrilling, with a topdeck Uro instantly being swept away by Scavenging Ooze, however it nonetheless lets him energy out a quicker Nissa. A topdeck Heartless Act proves a ridiculous draw, since Rolf is ready to maintain it up alongside Nissa by way of untapping Overgrown Tomb. That tempo swing permits him to energy out Ugin the following flip off Nissa’s ridiculous mana-doubling skill, however Rolf is left at simply 1 life within the course of! Uro swoops in to save lots of the day although, by far Rolf’s finest draw, leaving Levy with no outs.

Game 2

Rolf will get to additional an already advantageous matchup, eliminating his slower playing cards for extra removing.

Still on the draw, he falls behind versus Levy’s Llanowar Elves -> Spellbreaker draw once more, however is ready to leverage Essence Scatter + Heartless Act to stem a number of the bleeding, particularly since Levy went for the three/3 Haste reasonably than including a counter. Rolf hangs on for expensive life, at the same time as Levy begins to flood out a bit. Still, Scavenging Ooze comes right down to take out his Uro and is straight away large. Rolf misses a number of too many land drops versus Levy’s colossal board for a disappointing finish.

Game 3

Levy begins his third sport in a row with t1 Llanowar Elves -> t2 Spellbreaker, although it’s much less threatening on the draw. Essence Scatter on Scavenging Ooze into Extinction Event on odd resets the board, and Rolf pulls forward with Nissa -> untap Overgrown Tomb to Eliminate a Rampaging Ferocidon. A second Extinction Event on odd wraps up the sport, not even hitting his personal Nissa lands, and a large Shark ends the sport mega-buffed by Nissa’s static skill.

Sultai Midrange takes it 2-1!

Game 1

The Goblins mirror swings massively in Walker’s favor, since he will get the combo of Conspicuous Snoop with Krenko on high of his library. Depraz has had sufficient, and concedes on flip 2 along with his zero goblins to 5!

Game 2

Noah Walker’s Irencrag Feat tech permits him a ridiculous flip 3 Muxus. Depraz untaps with simply Four life, however fails to attract the Muxus he must hold the sport aggressive.

Mono Red Goblins, the quicker variant, takes a fast 2-Zero over the mirror in what is going to seemingly be the shortest match of the entire evening!

Game 1

LSV begins off with an early Dreadhorde Butcher/Mayhem Devil, diversifying his threats in opposition to Extinction Event, which Peter Yeh is pressured to make use of to blow away the Butcher earlier than it will get any greater on flip 4. From there, Peter floods out and loses quickly to LSV’s creatures.

Game 2

LSV chooses to trim a few Mayhem Devils and a few slower playing cards for Claim the Firstborns, actually trying to leverage his pace benefit within the matchup reasonably than play a slower sport into opposing Ugins.

Luis’s begin runs into a way more devastating Extinction Event, after which he begins to overlook land drops. Peter Yeh, fearing Claim the Firstborn, is hesitant to slam his Nissa Who Shakes the World however finally lands it on a flip the place he may also play Uro, ending his flip with eight lands to Luis’s three. Yeh begins to flood out as Luis recovers on lands. He does handle to land a Grafdigger’s Cage to stop Luis’s Collected Company, however it hurts him simply as a lot in stopping him from escaping Uro. LSV picks up a Korvold, finishes his Cat-Oven combo, and begins to actually pull far forward however it’s at a very low life complete and there’s nonetheless the hazard of Peter drawing an Ugin or Extinction Event! Luis begins to beat down with greater and larger Korvold hits whereas blocking and devouring meals to stop races. Yeh fails to seek out something related and dies to an unanswered 11/11 Korvold.

Yeh loses as a lot to his personal Grafdigger’s Cage as to his opponent in sport 2, for a clear 2-Zero sweep on LSV’s facet!

Game 3

As with each sport 3, we’re beginning off this one 1-1! Brad Nelson performs a robust controlling sport, utilizing any and all means to maintain Deltour off Muxus till flip 5, however he’s topdecked a number of too many Black sources to start out escaping Uro simply but. Deltour is ready to lastly resolve a Muxus, just for it to web a disappointing two Goblins, after which Nelson instantly topdecks a Witch’s Vengeance for simply deadly!

2-1 to Sultai Midrange, with Brad Nelson exhibiting excessive respect for Muxus and it vastly paying off!

VS

Game 1

Seth leads on Thoughtseize, instantly taking Muxus out of the opposing hand, after which topdecks one other one to take out Krenko too. Between Aether Gust and Languish, Seth’s maindeck could be very ready for this matchup, however this sport reveals off the resiliency of Goblins’ beatdown plan, since Moutier is ready to benefit from Seth’s reactive play and inaction to deal loads of injury with disposable creatures. Seth’s solutions are finally whittled down, and his tapping down for Uro is straight away met with a Muxus, however Moutier’s hits are pretty disappointing. Seth is ready to get better simply with the ridiculous tempo of Nissa -> Languish on the identical flip. From there, Seth simply takes the sport since his deck has the significantly better attracts and is much better geared up for the late sport, whereas Moutier begins to attract 2 drops and a pair of/2 Haste creatures.

Game 2

Moutier takes a fast victory with an aggressive draw capitalising on the mana benefit from being on the play, whereas Seth stumbles and misses land drops.

Game 3

Moutier leads on Snoop -> Warchief on the play versus Seth on the legendary Standard hand of Growth Spiral -> Uro, and the benefit clearly favours the latter draw, with Seth in a position to stave Moutier off with repeated sweepers and reactive spells. Moutier makes an attempt to make a sport of it with Castle Embereth beats, however begins to fall to Nissa with counterspell back-up. Eventually Uro comes down because the nail within the coffin, with Manfield having Disdainful Stroke for Muxus on the prepared all of the whereas.

The Sultai deck continues to crush the deck it most teched in opposition to, with its maindeck Aether Gusts and Languishes, taking a cool 2-1 victory this time round.

Game 1

This could also be a battle of the Rakdos decks, however the precise lists and methods couldn’t be extra completely different! A very grindy matchup, this one begins to return right down to Young Pyromancer and Lurrus producing creatures vs Krenko producing exponentially an increasing number of every flip. In the tip, whereas the Rakdos Arcanist deck is unable to outgrind its foe, it is ready to burn them out with repeated Kroxa performs and Escapes.

Game 2

Salvatto is ready to hold Kruut at bay with sweepers, however the Rakdos Arcanist late sport pales compared to Goblins, so that may not be sufficient in the long term… certainly, Krut occurs to have a full two Muxuses in his hand, so the stress is actually on Salvatto to finish the sport.

Salvatto pushes his benefit as Krut misses land drops, and by the point the latter attracts his sixth land, he’s on too low a life complete to even pay for a Shockland, leading to a painful closing loss!

Rakdos Arcanist takes the match 2-0, exhibiting itself surprisingly able to racing the Goblins deck even when it will probably’t outgrind.

Round Five: Brad Nelson vs Luis Salvatto – Sultai Midrange vs Rakdos Arcanist

Game 1

Both gamers mull to six, however Salvatto’s hand has much more motion to it and he’s in a position to remove a vital Extinction Event on flip 3, stopping Salvatto from naming even and obliterating his board the following flip. Still, Nelson is ready to Gust away Young Pyromancer after which Essence Scatter it away on the way in which again down, which is sufficient to allow Uro. Salvatto makes it a real battle of the titans, bringing out Kroxa to counter him, and Nelson packs it in, out of motion and low on life.

Game 2

Salvato boards in some sick tech in Hazoret the Fervent, a strong technique to shut the video games and cease the Sultai deck from outgrinding you.

Nelson leads off on Thoughtseize and is confronted with a tricky selection: Arcanist or Hazoret, each of that are extraordinarily threatening. Nelson in the end decides to take the curve play in Arcanist, since his opponent’s hand doesn’t have an excessive amount of else in it, and will get his Nissa and Hydroid Krasis Thoughtseized, solely to topdeck one other Nissa! In a battle of busted Standard playing cards, Nissa faces off in opposition to Hazoret however Salvatto is unable to empty his hand quick sufficient to leverage his bomb and is buried beneath a pile of three/Three lands and a Nissa ult.

Game 3

Both gamers have strong openings, with Salvatto’s t2 Pyro instantly assembly a Heartless Act, however Nelson pulls forward with Grafdigger’s Cage, a strong sideboard hoser in opposition to the Arcanist deck. Salvatto tries to Bedevil the Cage however runs into Nelson’s two copies of Aether Gust. Nelson tries to tug forward on mana, capitalising on the time the Gusts are shopping for him, however spends an excessive amount of time taking part in for tempo on the Bedevil which leaves him gentle to Hazoret, now unlocked and smashing him for tons of injury. Topdeck Claim the Firstborn in opposition to Brad’s Nissa draw seals the sport, stealing it and eradicating his solely blocker.

The Rakdos Pyromancer deck defeats a troublesome matchup for it, exhibiting off its resilience and energy.

Chris Kvartek vs William Jensen – Rakdos Goblins vs Mono Red Goblins

Game 1

Kvartek mulls to five, however has a fairly good hand nonetheless. Still, Jensen’s 7 permits him to rapidly discover a Muxus with Conspicuous Snoop, and Kvartek is pressured to blast away his Skirk Prospector with Gempalm Incinerator to stop him from casting it as quickly. In basic mull to five trend, Kvartek begins to overlook land drops, which provides Jensen a window to land the primary Muxus on flip 5, which is ready to deal sufficient injury to stop Kvartek from utilizing the Shockland on high of his library (exhibiting off a major drawback from the Rakdos construct!) to land his personal Muxus, resulting in a disappointing concession.

Game 2

Both gamers hold 7, however Kvartek has a hand that traces up poorly into Jensen’s Goblin Chainwhirler. Still Jensen begins to flood out, drawing two Phyrexian Towers, whereas Kvartek is ready to slam the primary Muxus on flip 5 this time spherical. Jensen manages to attract 9 lands whereas Kvartek is ready to slam a second Muxus, however each are disappointing, discovering subsequent to nothing! Kvartek is unable to stress Jensen earlier than he topdecks his personal Muxus, which will get a way more thrilling roll, discovering Krenko to right away construct an enormous board. Still, Jensen is unable to assault by way of instantly, giving Kvartek time to land a 3rd Muxus and this one is the very best of the lot, Chainwhirling away Jensen’s board whereas discovering Chieftain + Krenko for a straightforward deadly! A ridiculously swingy sport, fully determined by the standard of Muxus rolls…

Game 3

Jensen leads off with a nut draw on the play, able to flip 3 Muxus if he attracts a land, however Kvartek has an extremely disruptive draw, blowing away his first Prospector with Gempalm Incinerator and the second with Chainwhirler. While Jensen recovers rapidly, Kvartek is ready to Thoughtseize Muxus out of his hand, forcing Jensen to depend on solely Krenko versus Kvartek’s far more stacked hand. Jensen chumps to offer himself the out of hitting the Muxus topdeck, the one card that may save him, however topdecks a Mountain to finish the match.

2-1 to Rakdos Goblins, with Thoughtseize coming in clutch at sure moments and the mana base hurting Kvartek at others too!

Game 1

This matchup tends to favour Jund Sacrifice, by way of the sheer energy of Mayhem Devil and Claim the Firstborn, however sport 1 is disgusting even in that context. Luis has the nuts with the Cat-Oven combo, Mayhem Devil, Collected Company, and sufficient lands to solid them. As he begins selecting off Goblins free of charge whereas drawing playing cards off Midnight Reaper, the sport doesn’t final for much longer, particularly when the second Devil emerges…

Game 2

Jensen has a a lot quicker draw than LSV on the play, however runs right into a t3 Witch’s Vengeance on Chieftain/Snoop. LSV tries to battle with Collected Company on Jensen’s big Muxus flip, and it finds two Mayhem Devils which instantly mows down half of Jensen’s board, together with a Krenko, a Warchief, and a number of other tokens. However, it was the truth is a missed deadly, since Jensen was solely on 10 life and LSV would’ve been in a position to simply burn him down alongside assaults, reasonably than his creatures. It doesn’t find yourself mattering, since Jensen floods out, is simply in a position to kill one Devil, and the opposite one takes over the sport the very subsequent flip.

Jund Sacrifice reveals off the ludicrous energy of Mayhem Devil in opposition to a deck with so many small creatures, with it taking up each video games, defeating the Goblin Grandee himself, and even making it look simple!

Game 1

Miguel has a slower reactive hand, which matches up effectively in opposition to Emma’s slower draw, starting on flip Three with a Goblin Matron. Miguel spikes double Thoughtseize, taking out each Emma’s Muxuses whereas losing a bunch of her tempo by making her search them up with Goblin Matron first. Still, Miguel lacks a clear reply to Krenko, which threatens to win the sport by itself alongside Goblin Chieftain over a few turns. Miguel’s one out is to attract an Extinction Event over two turns in opposition to the 20 or so creatures Emma is presenting, however he attracts blanks as an alternative and scoops em up.

Game 2

Miguel retains 5 lands, Hydroid Krasis, and Pact of Negation, which is a fairly unfastened hand, however topdecks a Thoughtseize to cease Legion Warboss from making use of stress. Miguel lands Elder Gargaroth and Pact of Negations Emma’s Muxus, however she’s in a position to rebuild rapidly with a stacked hand, threatening to land one other Muxus simply a few turns later. Miguel attracts Cry of the Carnarium and blows up the board, so Emma can nonetheless solid Muxus however it’s rather a lot much less devastating with out Skirt Prospector to proceed going off.

Eventually we get to this place, the place Emma doesn’t fairly have sufficient to assault profitably into all Miguel’s big creatures, and the following flip a deadly Hydroid Krasis comes down which Emma would possibly’ve been in a position to take care of if she drew Muxus, however as an alternative she attracts yet one more Mountain and scoops to the Krasis. It’s price noting that if Emma had left up Mountain reasonably than Phyrexian Tower within the above screenshot, she would have been in a position to play Krenko a flip earlier utilizing that and her Treasure Token, which might’ve given her shot at racing, however that’s with the good thing about hindsight reasonably than being the clear higher play.

Game 3

Emma comes out of the gates swinging, whereas Miguel has a reasonably land-heavy draw however is ready to remove an early Chieftain to mitigate some injury. Still, Emma principally attracts low-impact playing cards whereas Miguel topdecks a Nissa, a card that’s extremely arduous for the Goblins deck to take care of with out an especially beneficial board. When issues are trying unhealthy for Emma, she topdecks the very best Muxus of the whole event, hitting two Goblin Chieftains and a Krenko for simple deadly in one of many swingiest video games of the event!

This match reveals how a lot late sport energy Goblins has with Muxus, even in opposition to decks that appear like they might be capable of outgrind it. It’s not your run of the mill aggro deck, and is able to profitable video games on flip 20 simply as a lot as on flip 5. Muxus is essentially the most impactful card of the whole event, and leveraging his absurd energy actually paid dividends for Emma right here!

The remaining two undefeated gamers lastly face off!

Game 1

Both gamers have good fingers, with Salvatto on Stitcher’s Supplier -> Young Pyromancer -> Kroxa, however Floch’s hand matches up higher with Woe Strider + double Mayhem Devil to right away take Salvatto’s creatures down. While Devils are out, all Salvatto’s sacrifice results have an especially painful draw back, so Salvatto has to painstakingly take all of them off the board earlier than he can majorly progress his gameplan, and sadly for him Floch even finds a 3rd! Even worse, Salvatto begins to majorly flood out, with 9 lands to his opponent’s three (!), and he scoops this very one-sided sport up quickly after.

Game 2

Salvatto shaves some Pyromancers to trim down on devastating Devil targets and brings in a pair extra removing spells, however post-board he has a significant weak spot to Floch’s graveyard hate within the type of Scavenging Ooze.

Salvatto retains a double Thoughtseize Arcanist nut draw, and Floch rapidly loses his whole hand, leaving him with one lone Priest of Forgotten Gods in play and the highest of his library as his solely pal. Salvatto is decreased to 11 life from all his seizing, and the truth that he doesn’t have a lot to capitalise with leaves him susceptible to Floch’s Woe Strider topdeck. From there, it solely will get worse from him as Floch peels a Claim the Firstborn to kill each his Dreadhorde Arcanists with Priest, after which escape the Woe Strider to its big escaped dimension.

From right here, Salvatto remains to be in fairly powerful form, as he’s pressured to take 5 injury from the Strider to keep away from having to sacrifice Lurrus, however from there he begins to tug again since Lurrus goes unanswered. Floch lastly attracts the cardboard of the matchup in Mayhem Devil, which he’s instantly in a position to commerce for Lurrus. Both gamers are nonetheless in topdeck mode and flooding out rather a lot. Jund Sacrifice tends to have significantly better topdecks as an entire, however Salvatto is the primary to attract a spell in Young Pyromancer. Still, Floch attracts a Collected Company the following flip which nets him double Scavenging Ooze, certainly one of which will get Redcap Meleed however the different begins to pad his life complete and turn out to be big. After a few turns although, Salvatto has managed to amass sufficient tokens {that a} topdeck Claim + drawing Magma Spray off Castle Locthwain permits him to alpha strike and go to sport 3!

Game 3

Both gamers lead with fairly robust fingers, however Salvatto’s hand is discard heavy and begins to tear aside Floch’s draw, with Claim + Spark Harvest prepared. Still, he chooses to take Witch’s Oven reasonably than Mayhem Devil, and Floch occurs to topdeck each one other and a Cat. Salvatto attracts a well timed Abrade to take out the Devil, slams Lurrus onto an empty board, and really will get to untap with it! From there, he attracts Stitcher’s Supplier to replenish his graveyard with a Dreadhorde Arcanist and Kroxa to deliver again. Unfortunately, all that whittling down with the earlier Devil has achieved a quantity on his life complete, and he’s making an attempt to stabilise at 5 life in opposition to the Cat-Oven combo. Unfortunately for him, Floch finds a Devil with Woe Strider scries and blows him away with a number of Food tokens for deadly!

An unbelievable closing matchup, with either side taking part in most of the identical playing cards to an extremely intense and shut sequence of video games, however Jund with its higher entry to graveyard hate and absolutely the mirror-breaker that’s Mayhem Devil got here out on high to a 2-1 end! Ivan Floch takes down day 1 with an unbelievable 7-Zero end.

Tune in for day 2 tomorrow at 9 am Pacific!



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