Welcome to the Pro Tour Amonkhet Team Series preview countdown. If you haven’t caught up yet, make sure you check out the previous articles and then come back here and learn about the next four teams hoping to make a big splash in Nashville!

#16 Hareruya

Tomoharu Saito, one of the best (and more controversial) Magic players to currently be excluded from the Hall of Fame, is the owner and operator of the Hareruya card store, which in turn sponsors Team Hareruya. He’s joined by a stellar cast of teammates, including fellow PT winner Jérémy Dezani, as well as PT runners-up Shuhei Nakamura and Yuta Takahashi. This team seems destined for the top of the table if the two less-decorated players, Oliver Polak-Rottmann and Petr Sochůrek, can put up respectable numbers.

#15 D3 Go!

D3 Go! might as well be known as Team Puzzle Quest 2, seeing as D3 Go! is the developer of games such as…Magic: the Gathering—Puzzle Quest. The association with Team Puzzle Quest takes a bit of the shine off this stellar lineup, but Ben Rubin, Tom Martell, Matthew Costa, Jelger Wiegersma, Shahar Shenhar, and Brock Parker are all PT stalwarts that shouldn’t be underestimated.

#14 Channel Fireball Fire

Team Channel Fireball Fire is another team that suffers in comparison to another similarly-named (and absurdly successful) team. CFB Ice is stacked with Hall of Famers, but I wouldn’t sleep on CFB Fire—Patrick Cox, Matthew Nass, Martin Jůza, Josh Utter-Leyton, Corey Burkhart and Paul Cheon are all players that have a ton of PT experience and Top 8s between them.

#13 Almost Finnished

Almost Finnished gets points for their sweet team name and got 30 points at PT Aether Revolt, putting them in excellent position to move up the table at PT Amonkhet. Its members might not be household names (yet) but their results speak very highly of their potential.

David McCoy contributed to this article.

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