New Capenna Championship Day 1 Standings

New Capenna Set Championship Day One Coverage

We have the latest Set Championship going all weekend from May 20th to the 23rd this will lead to the finalizing of the slots for the Magic World Championship. On top of crowning a new champion, players who earn requalifying records will qualify for 2023’s return of the Pro Tour as well! So, with so much at stake, let alone prize money and reputation, there’s a lot to cover.


What’s Being Played

Day one starts with three rounds of Standard Constructed and is followed by four rounds of Historic Constructed, all played on Magic Arena. Players who earn a positive record, 4-3 and better, will qualify for day two and a shot at requalifying.

We saw what decks led the field in both Standard and Historic in our respective breakdowns found here for Standard and here for Historic. If you’re interested in perusing all the decklists from the Streets of New Capenna Championship, you can find the Standard decklists here and the Historic decklists here.


What’s Up for Grabs

The first 13 slots of the 32 player World Championship were decided previously. From the Streets of New Capenna set Championship, the top six players will qualify for the World Championship, bringing us up to 19 total slots filled.

The top 5 players from the 72 league players also earn a spot at the World Championship, which includes players like Shota Yasooka, Shintaro Ishimura, Reid Duke, Logan Nettles, and Ondřej Stráský who come into the event in the lead for these five slots.

Then, there are eight slots available for Challenger players currently held by Yuma Koizumi, Greg Orange, Simon Nielson, Tristan Wylde-LaRue, Alexander Rosdahl, Camillo Lukesch, Andrey Zhilin, and Oscar Franco. Not all these players are qualified for the set championship, and we are likely to see several pushed out of the race for the World Championship.

There’s also plenty of cash up for grabs for those that finish in the top seats, but for most, the goal is the World Championship or a top finish this weekend.


Day One Standings and Results

New Capenna Championship Day 1 Standings
new capenna championship (standard)
20 May, 2022 - standard - 223 players
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rate
vs
esper midrange
vs
naya runes
vs
Jeskai Combo (Storm)
vs
jund midrange
vs
grixis vampires
vs
temur control
vs
jund treasures
esper midrange
275 matches
global 44.0% [38.3%-49.9%]
-
43.8%
48 matches
34.3%
70 matches
69.2%
39 matches
25.0%
20 matches
26.3%
19 matches
53.8%
13 matches
esper midrange
275 matches
global 44.0% [38.3%-49.9%]
naya runes
120 matches
global 41.7% [33.2%-50.6%]
56.3%
48 matches
-
11.1%
18 matches
66.7%
12 matches
0.0%
9 matches
0.0%
2 matches
33.3%
3 matches
naya runes
120 matches
global 41.7% [33.2%-50.6%]
global 59.4% [51.1%-67.3%]
65.7%
70 matches
88.9%
18 matches
-
30.8%
13 matches
33.3%
6 matches
66.7%
3 matches
40.0%
5 matches
global 59.4% [51.1%-67.3%]
jund midrange
90 matches
global 45.6% [35.7%-55.8%]
30.8%
39 matches
33.3%
12 matches
69.2%
13 matches
-
66.7%
6 matches
50.0%
2 matches
50.0%
2 matches
jund midrange
90 matches
global 45.6% [35.7%-55.8%]
global 64.1% [51.8%-74.7%]
75.0%
20 matches
100.0%
9 matches
66.7%
6 matches
33.3%
6 matches
-
0.0%
1 matches
66.7%
6 matches
global 64.1% [51.8%-74.7%]
temur control
33 matches
global 63.6% [46.6%-77.8%]
73.7%
19 matches
100.0%
2 matches
33.3%
3 matches
50.0%
2 matches
100.0%
1 matches
-
0.0%
3 matches
temur control
33 matches
global 63.6% [46.6%-77.8%]
jund treasures
36 matches
global 52.8% [37%-68%]
46.2%
13 matches
66.7%
3 matches
60.0%
5 matches
50.0%
2 matches
33.3%
6 matches
100.0%
3 matches
-
jund treasures
36 matches
global 52.8% [37%-68%]
vs
esper midrange
vs
naya runes
vs
Jeskai Combo (Storm)
vs
jund midrange
vs
grixis vampires
vs
temur control
vs
jund treasures
new capenna championship (historic)
20 May, 2022 - historic - 223 players
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rate
vs
izzet phoenix
vs
golgari food
vs
azorius auras
vs
rakdos arcanist
vs
azorius affinity
vs
selesnya humans
izzet phoenix
267 matches
global 43.4% [37.6%-49.4%]
-
35.0%
80 matches
55.8%
43 matches
63.2%
19 matches
33.3%
33 matches
40.9%
22 matches
izzet phoenix
267 matches
global 43.4% [37.6%-49.4%]
golgari food
206 matches
global 56.3% [49.5%-62.9%]
65.0%
80 matches
-
50.0%
28 matches
54.5%
11 matches
48.3%
29 matches
45.5%
11 matches
golgari food
206 matches
global 56.3% [49.5%-62.9%]
azorius auras
119 matches
global 41.2% [32.7%-50.2%]
44.2%
43 matches
50.0%
28 matches
-
20.0%
5 matches
42.9%
14 matches
25.0%
4 matches
azorius auras
119 matches
global 41.2% [32.7%-50.2%]
global 54.5% [41.5%-67%]
36.8%
19 matches
45.5%
11 matches
80.0%
5 matches
-
83.3%
6 matches
40.0%
5 matches
global 54.5% [41.5%-67%]
azorius affinity
110 matches
global 56.4% [47%-65.3%]
66.7%
33 matches
51.7%
29 matches
57.1%
14 matches
16.7%
6 matches
-
50.0%
2 matches
azorius affinity
110 matches
global 56.4% [47%-65.3%]
global 62.7% [49%-74.7%]
59.1%
22 matches
54.5%
11 matches
75.0%
4 matches
60.0%
5 matches
50.0%
2 matches
-
global 62.7% [49%-74.7%]
vs
izzet phoenix
vs
golgari food
vs
azorius auras
vs
rakdos arcanist
vs
azorius affinity
vs
selesnya humans

Day One Undefeated Players

Two players managed a perfect record after seven rounds of play on day one: Stefan Schütz and David Inglis. A pair of teammates playing the same decks in Golgari Food for Historic and Jeskai Storm in Standard, these two players managed the best possible start to this event.

Here are their decklists:

golgari food
56% global win rate
9.21% metagame share
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vs rakdos sacrifice
100.0% win rate
6 tracked matches
vs mono-red goblins
85.7% win rate
7 tracked matches
vs jeskai creativity
85.7% win rate
14 tracked matches
worst against
vs azorius lotus field
33.3% win rate
21 tracked matches
vs dimir control
12.5% win rate
8 tracked matches
vs heliod company
10.0% win rate
10 tracked matches
STEFAN SCHÜTZ (SEDRIS) #1 @ NEW CAPENNA CHAMPIONSHIP (HISTO
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Historic
best of 3
4 mythic
28 rare
19 uncommon
9 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Creatures (12)
4
Gilded Goose
$11.96
Instants (8)
4
Fatal Push
$11.96
4
Deadly Dispute
$7.96
Sorceries (2)
2
Bone Shards
$0.50
Artifacts (7)
4
Witch’s Oven
$3.96
Enchantments (8)
4
Trail of Crumbs
$1.00
Lands (23)
1
Swamp
$0.25
2
Khalni Garden
$0.98
4
Blooming Marsh
$31.96
4
Darkbore Pathway
$33.96
4
Overgrown Tomb
$67.96
2
Phyrexian Tower
$29.98
60 Cards
$554.96
15 Cards
$100.45
TANGRAMS (TANGRAMS) #2 @ NEW CAPENNA CHAMPIONSHIP (HISTORIC)
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Historic
best of 3
4 mythic
28 rare
19 uncommon
9 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Creatures (13)
4
Gilded Goose
$11.96
Instants (8)
4
Fatal Push
$11.96
4
Deadly Dispute
$7.96
Sorceries (2)
2
Bone Shards
$0.50
Artifacts (6)
4
Witch’s Oven
$3.96
Enchantments (8)
4
Trail of Crumbs
$1.00
Lands (23)
1
Swamp
$0.25
2
Khalni Garden
$0.98
4
Blooming Marsh
$31.96
4
Darkbore Pathway
$33.96
4
Overgrown Tomb
$67.96
2
Phyrexian Tower
$29.98
60 Cards
$551.47
Sideboard
2
Graf Reaver
$0.50
4
Thoughtseize
$71.96
1
Maelstrom Pulse
$1.29
3
Culling Ritual
$8.97
15 Cards
$114.19
Jeskai Combo
50.6% global win rate
4.20% metagame share
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vs esper planeswalkers
77.8% win rate
9 tracked matches
vs orzhov angels
77.8% win rate
9 tracked matches
vs selesnya enchantments
70.0% win rate
10 tracked matches
worst against
vs selesnya midrange
33.3% win rate
24 tracked matches
vs boros aggro
28.6% win rate
28 tracked matches
vs izzet dragons ️
16.7% win rate
6 tracked matches
STEFAN SCHÜTZ (SEDRIS) #1 @ NEW CAPENNA CHAMPIONSHIP (STAND
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Standard
best of 3
7 mythic
21 rare
16 uncommon
16 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Creatures (7)
4
Goldspan Dragon
$115.96
Sorceries (4)
Enchantments (4)
60 Cards
$414.62
15 Cards
$9.59
TANGRAMS (TANGRAMS) #2 @ NEW CAPENNA CHAMPIONSHIP (STANDARD)
by darthjacen
Standard
best of 3
7 mythic
20 rare
16 uncommon
17 common
0
1
2
3
4
5
6+
Creatures (7)
4
Goldspan Dragon
$115.96
Sorceries (4)
Enchantments (4)
60 Cards
$407.88
15 Cards
$9.59

Not Undefeated, but Championship Bound

While they did not manage to go undefeated, three players locked their slots to the World Championship by the end of day one with 5-2 records – Greg Orange, Yuma Koizumi, and Simon Nielsen. While there are still plenty of slots up for grabs that will be determined on day two and three of the Streets of New Capenna Set Championships, these players can breathe a little easier knowing their Magic season isn’t over yet.


Wrapping Up on Day One

That’s all for today’s coverage of the Streets of New Capenna set Championship, but we’ll be back with more tomorrow after the Swiss rounds have completed and the Top 8 is decided! Check back in with us then, and you can also tune-in to the official live coverage over on Twitch.

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