We're in day two of the Goat Format World Championship 2022! The top 16 players have now gathered for an intense double-elimination end to the biggest event of the year! These top players are bringing their best to the tables in the hopes of winning it all, and sometimes their best also happens to have a bit of spice. Take Simon Guinhut (AKA Dingosig) for example, who has made it to day two with a sweet Chaos Return list!
Despite the deck itself being a bit of a rogue strategy, Guinhut took it a step further when he opted to bring it to the biggest event of the year. He's made some interesting decisions in designing his list, which he was more than happy to talk with us about.
I choose to play this deck because this is what I'm the most comfortable with. I think it has a good matchup against the two most popular decks: Chaos Turbo and Warrior. I also believe playing something a little different gives me an edge, as people don't have an optimized side deck plan for my build.
Guinhut started the second day of the event with an impressive 5-2 record. Recounting the previous half of the event, he didn't have too much to say, but he made sure to shout out his favorite cards of the day!
I got lucky, made some good plays and some really bad ones. I don't have any crazy stories to share but I was satisfied with how the deck ran.
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