Eine Lektion in deutschem Anspruchsdenken

Erst lese ich dies hier:

With a myriad of players in the room, or more accurately, in three rooms, as well as a gazillion of pros, it’s not easy to decide on one player to watch. Luckily, there’s one who had accumulated more pro points, more Pro Tour wins, and more Grand Prix wins during his career than any other. This player is, of course, Kai Budde, the German Juggernaut. Unfortunately, he received a pool of cards he was not entirely happy with. “Is it even possible to get a pool without any good rare?” he asked.

Und etwas später dies hier:

Budde[…]cast Victory’s Herald.[…]Budde[…]had more: He made Myr Turbine[…] the following turn, he cast Cerebral Eruption.

Offensichtlich haben die Judges unserem Hall of Famer erlaubt, seinen Pool doch noch mit guten Rares aufzustocken! I guess it’s good to be Kai…

Update: Kai hat den ersten Tag mit 10:0 beendet. Ich nehme mal an, wenn er einen brauchbaren Sealed-Pool gehabt hätte, wäre er mindestens 20:0 gegangen.

Oh, und wenn die Coverage sich nicht irrt, steht ein anderer Spieler mit einem Deck featuring the mighty Galvanoth ebenfalls 10:0. Nicht schlecht für eine “Nulli Nulli Katastrophi!” – Karte – oder?

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