01/01/2019 by Zach Lesage
What’s up 60 Cards readers, its ya boy Zach and I am back with another article today to satisfy your reading needs. In my article today, I will be going over the undisputed best deck in the Expanded format, Zoroark GX (SLG; 53) / Seismitoad EX (FRF; 20) , and explain why it is one of the best positioned decks heading into Dallas Regionals.
There are a lot of nifty tricks to know about this deck so be sure to read this article carefully heading into your next Expanded event. Let it be known that this is part of a series of articles that will all be focusing on Zoroark GX (SLG; 53) / Seismitoad EX (FRF; 20) so be sure to read all of them. That being said, let’s jump right into it.
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My teammate on Dead Draw Gaming, Jimmy Pendarvis, is having an AMAZING season and that comes off as an understatement. He won Portland Regionals with Zoroark GX (SLG; 53) / Seismitoad EX (FRF; 20) , he won Roanoke Regionals with Gardevoir GX (BUS; 93) / Swampert (CLS; 35) / Alolan Ninetales GX (GRI; 22) , and he recently won Anaheim with Zoroark GX (SLG; 53) / Seismitoad EX (FRF; 20) . Beyond being an absolute beast, it has to be obvious that he won two separate Regionals with the same deck. THE SAME DECK! The best way to look at this deck is to understand where the concept started, where it has evolved, and the future of the deck.
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