Hey guys. It has been quite a bit of time since I last wrote an article. I’ve been pretty busy over the past two months but my schedule has lightened up a little bit and I’m here today to bring you an article on standard and expanded. Before we get into that though, I’m going to briefly go over my Virginia run and talk about the deck I played and how it can be good for cups going forward. After that, I’m going to talk about my Anaheim tournament run and how I think the deck I played is still strong going forward. Lastly, I’m going to touch on a few ideas that I think have potential heading into Dallas. Let’s get into the article.

Virginia Regionals

Before this tournament, I had no idea what to play. Everything felt underwhelming to me. Right before the tournament, Will Jenkins showed me this deck that Zachary Cooper had made. It was a Steelix/Wailord/Hoopa mill deck. Not knowing what else to play, I decided to sleeve it up and give it a go. I want to give a shout out to Zach for coming up with a busted deck and I also want to give a shout out to Will Jenkins for convincing me to play the deck. Let’s get into the list

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