This is the first game of the semifinals of the July LCV6 (Catalan Vintage League) between Rubén González (Storm City Bond) and Albert Vila (Dark Tezz). We’ve seen Ruben pass through the quarterfinals without many troubles. This first game (after the break), is an intense game with multiple Yawgmoth’s Will, Tinkers and lot more. Hope you guys enjoy it!
While we make some time before the GENCON Legacy coverage begins, let us entertain you with the second game from the quarterfinals of the last Catalan Vintage League (LCV) between Manuel Navascues (Selkie Fish) and Rubén González (Storm City Bond).
We saw Rubén defeat Manuel on game 1 due to the mana screw that Manuel suffered on the early game. Game 2 long, intense and full of surprises. Are you gonna miss it? The video, as usual, right after the break.
As promised last weekend, we are running live coverage of the GenCon Indy 2010. We’ll try to gather as much information as possible about the Legacy and Vintage events as updates flow in, and of course, we’ll be featuring the live streaming from GGSlive.com.
The Legacy LIVE coverage should start around 17:00 CET
More information will be published after the break:
Starting today, we’ll be releasing the many videos we recorded during the Catalan Vintage League (LCV) last weekend in Badalona. The attendance to this tournament was of 50 players fighting for a Mint & Signed Beta Taiga among many other dual lands.
First match is between Rubén González with Storm City Bond and Manuel Navascues with Selkie Fish. The video and Ruben’s list, right after the break!
GenCon Indy is probably the biggest nerd/freak/whateveryouwannacallit event of the year. It concentrates everything that is related with gaming in 4 days. Magic: The Gathering is of course represented during those days and, here at Eternal Central, we’ll be covering it the best way we know.
GenCon is only a week away, and the events that we are interested on and will be doing live streaming from are basically the Vintage and Legacy Championships. You can read about these two events right after the break.
Our partner from the french GT Team, Camille Brunel aka Deathknight, has shared his latest victory report at Game Center (Paris July 2010) with us at our forums. The tournament...
Game 1 between Guillem Ragull and Guillermo Rodea (Repeal Tendrils VS Dredge) wasn’t that fascinating in the end. With Guillermo having a very strong hand plus a couple of nice dredges, he managed to win without many problems. What will Guillermo do against Guillem’s sideboard? Enjoy it right after the break.
The following video shows the first game from the match between Guillem Ragull and Guillermo Rodea during the semifinals of the 1st MTG BARATO Vintage Open. We know Guillem has a lot of hate cards on his sideboard ready for games 2 and 3 but, will he be able to defeat Guillermo’s Dredge on Game 1?
The final game of this amazing match between Guillem Ragull, playing Repeal Tendrils, and César Fernández, playing Solution. We saw César managing to win game 2 by slowing down Guillem’s game plan. Who’s going to move onto semifinals? The video, after the break.
Second game of this interesting match between Guillem Ragull and César Fernández. We saw Guillem defeat César in game 1 with no real opposition. Will César find a “solution” against Guillem’s storm? We hope you guys enjoy the video! (After the break)
During the weekend and the following week we’ll be publishing the videos that were recorded during the 1st MTG BARATO Vintage Open. We really hope you guys like it!
First quarterfinal match is between two excellent vintage players, Guillem Ragull and César Fernández. Guillem’s results speak for themselves as he’s achieving top8 after top8 in the LCV! And César is yet another excellent player from Madrid with a lot of tournament wins and top8’s at the LMV. The video? After the break!
Game 2 of the match between Stinfo and myself (piZZero) from the past MTG BARATO tournament in Valencia. If you think Stinfo had a broken hand in G1 is because...