That's right! It's back again for another year, the SCG Con P9 Series was announced at SCG Philly this weekend.

https://scgcon.starcitygames.com/power-9-series.php

One notable thing about this year is that this year's event is only one day ( Swiss+Top 8 ) and that Top 8 competitors all get a bye to US Eternal Weekend's NA Vintage Champs 2019.

I am hopeful to be there myself again this year. Going to depend on some factors but will do my best.

For episode 38, Geoff Moes (@ThallidTosser on Twitter), Nat Moes (@GrandpaBelcher), and Josh Chapple (@joshchapple) talk with Matt Hazard (@winedope) about the most recent invitational Vintage tournament he held at his house, and how you can host similar local events.

http://www.eternalcentral.com/serious-vintage-episode-38/

00:30 – Matt Hazard, Magic Man
01:00 – Just Because We Haven’t Adequately Tested London Mulligan Doesn’t Mean We Can’t Share Extremely Uninformed Opinions About It
08:20 – The Return of the Hazardvitational and How to Host Your Own
Total runtime: 40:43

Our podcast went live Monday, but it's still not up on EC yet. @JACO

So as you don't have to wait another minute longer, you can listen on MTGCast.

http://www.mtgcast.com/podcasts/so-many-insane-plays/posts/episode-88-the-london-mulligan-6c46fa2c13

Kevin Cron and Steve Menendian analyze the London Mulligan for Vintage, including its impact on individual decks, pregame procedures, matchups, and the metagame.

Contact us at @ManyInsanePlays (https://twitter.com/manyinsaneplays) on Twitter or e-mail us at SoManyInsanePlaysPodcast@gmail.com.

0:01:00: Announcements
0:02:40: VSL Updates
0:25:40: The London Mulligan announcement and general impacts
0:58:00: Mathematics and specific impacts
1:51:15: Predictions and likelihood for implementation

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  • @ten-ten It was Sam Krohlow's list: I played it on stream too, it needs some work, but still feels powerful.

    Doomsday

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  • I just want to say I love everything happening here and this is the most excited I've been for a list in a long time. Keep up the good work.

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    I realize the standings were on another post, so here they are, in order of finish with point totals:

    1 Joe Brennan 111
    2 Zach Dobbin 100
    3 Dean Harris 98
    4 Greg Hoover 88
    5 Ryan McKinney 80
    6 Evan Hundertmark 71
    7 Nick DiJohn 60
    8 Stephen Harvey 56

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  • @john-cox said in TSI Hazard's Birthday 5.0 2/8/2020 Results!:

    @Brass-Man This seems to be your event! Didn't you take down the last one with Death's Shadow Survival? Congrats!
    Congrats to @JACO for winning this amazing tournament!

    There was one in between (won by David Lance), don't remember if Brassy was there or not.

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