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The WePlay Hearthstone League entered the second section, with players allowed to submit new decks for the remaining three games to be played before Wednesday's finals. The top four will play in those finals, and going into the fifth round of games every player still had a chance of qualifying. The format for this event is best of five Last Hero Standing with a ban


 
The first match saw undefeated league leader Xixo take on Super_JJ. In a rapid fire match Super_JJ managed to take the deciding game with his Control Warrior vs Xixo's Midrange Druid. Xixo's opening hand contained no ramp and he never got a foothold in the game. 
 
The second match was between Just_Saiyan and Ryzen. Ryzen's lineup of Paladin, Rogue and Tempo Mage (With Druid banned) looked to be weak against Freeze Mage, but after he lost to Freeze Mage with Rogue in game one it looked like he'd gained the average by upsetting the odds with Paladin in game two. This advantage manifested in a deciding game where Ryzen's Tempo Mage was pitted against Just_Saiyan's Midrange Druid, however Just_Saiyan prevailed and took the match 3-2 to keep his playoff hopes alive.
 
Ryzen was in action again in the third match, this time against Kaldi who also was in need of a win.
This time Ryzen, best known for his streaming of Rogue, won 3-0 by running through a lineup of Druid, Priest and Paladin.
 
The final match of the evening between Xixo and Mr.Yagut was suspended indefinitely at 2-1 to MrYagut as the European server was plagued with disconnect issues after the latest patch.
 


Day Seven results:
Super_JJ 3-2 Xixo
JustSaiyan 3-2 Ryzen
Ryzen 3-0 Kaldi
Mr.Yagut 2-1 Xixo

 



Player Played Won Lost
Super_JJ 5 4 1
Xixo 5 4 1
Ryzen 6 3 3
Mr.Yagut 4 2 2
Zalae 4 2 2
JustSaiyan 5 2 3
Eloise 4 1 3
Kaldi 5 1 4

 

 


Next fixtures: 
Kaldi vs Eloise
Eloise vs Super_JJ
Super_JJ vs Just_Saiyan
Just_Saiyan vs Zalae

 

 
These matches will be streamed on Twitch.

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