Hola! Welcome back to yet another Tablemon UG article! Last time I was with you guys, we recapped my World Championships run in Anaheim and how I was getting ready to play at a League Cup and then my first-ever Expanded Regional in Ft. Wayne.
First off: the League Cup went horribly, as I went a miserable 3-3 in Swiss with my Worlds deck. I really want to make sure I can max out my League Cups every quarter to stay ahead of the Latin American pack in the hunt for a Day 2 invite, but, more importantly, the Oceania Travel Award. I only have 4-5 League Cups per quarter, so it is of the utmost importance for me to make sure I get at least 80+ points in each one.
After that weekend, I dedicated all of my efforts into practicing Expanded. I wanted to do really well at my first ever Expanded Regional, but also get my first Day 2 at an NA Regional at the least.
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