On today’s Minute: William Huey Jensen dominated the Swiss to take 1st place at 12-2. Plus, the Top 4 is Sunday afternoon, after the Pro Tour Team Series Final between Teams Genesis and Musashi.

Day 2 of the Magic World Championship is in the books. With 2 rounds remaining, William Huey Jensen was atop the leaderboard at 12-0, but ended up losing his last two rounds to finish 12-2 but still comfortably in first place. The the Top 4 is rounded out by Josh Utter-Leyton, Javier Dominguez, and Kelvin Chew at 9-5.

The Top 4 will take place tomorrow afternoon and will feature a diverse set of Standard archetypes: 2 copies of Blue Black Control, 1 of Ramunap Red, and 1 of Temur Energy. The winner will take home $100,000, while second place will be good for $50,000, and the third and fourth place finishers will walk away with $25,000 each.

But before the Top 4, Teams Genesis and Musashi will face off in the finals of the Pro Tour Team Series. Each 6-player team will split into groups of three, build team sealed decks, and play another group of three from the opposing team. If the finals is tied 1-1 after each group plays, the winners of the two matches will face each other in another round of Team Sealed for the chance to win $36,000.


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