By the time the New Capenna Championship rolled out (over a month ago at this point), the king of midrange decks was Esper Midrange. The championship presented us with some other versions like Jund, Grixis, and Naya midrange decks, but Esper remained the most popular midrange deck.
Since then, the format has evolved, and there’s a new midrange deck that’s trying to take away Esper’s crown - Orzhov Midrange. This deck has had a lot of success on Magic Online, and it seems that it has supplanted both Esper and Jund as the default Midrange deck. Here’s a sample list that got second in a Stand...
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