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HCT Summer Championship 2017 Results

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The HCT Summer Championship took place from 13-15 October 2017. The top four players advanced to the World Championship in January.

After three days of competition the winner was   Surrender, who joins Planet Odd teammate Hoej at the World Championship. Surrender won a tense final 3-2 against   Orange, with the final game being a Highlander Priest mirror. In that game, Orange chose to mill Surrender for five cards to attempt to burn the combo, but the attempt failed. The VoD of the final can be found here.

Listed below are the other finishing positions, and the number of packs you will receive for picking each player as your champion in the "Choose your Champion" promotion.

Finalists, 4 Packs: Surrender, Orange. 

Semi-Finalists, 3 Packs: JasonZhou, Purple

Quarter-Finalists, 2 Packs: Empanizado, OldBoy, Pavel, Tom60229

All other players were worth 1 Pack.

All of the decks from the event can be found on our new esports section here.

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Thanks for the packs, Surrender! Impressive performance by him and several other competing pros.

This tournament is easily one of the best I've seen in quite a while, really high level of skill across the board.

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29 minutes ago, WedgeAntilles said:

No pack? I could swear that I voted for my champion - but I received nothing.

The packs should come later, as always.

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On 10/16/2017 at 9:01 PM, WedgeAntilles said:

Ah, thought I had fucked the pick process up^^

I've had a 1-pack pick every time. I think I might be messing it up anyway :(

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I managed to get a 1-pick each time too.

Yes, I have no idea who I pick, I just take one on random. Nevertheless it is quite an amazing skill always to pick "wrong".

Chances of doing that several times and always getting just 1 are very small *g*

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21 hours ago, WedgeAntilles said:

I managed to get a 1-pick each time too.

Yes, I have no idea who I pick, I just take one on random. Nevertheless it is quite an amazing skill always to pick "wrong".

Chances of doing that several times and always getting just 1 are very small *g*

We truly have a gift for being wrong!

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It always takes time to get the packs but this time very long no idea why but I  finally got them.

Thank you Surrender I really appreciate the four packs :)

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16 hours ago, Caldyrvan said:

Thank you Surrender I really appreciate the four packs :)

I'm jealous.

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10 minutes ago, Caldyrvan said:

Don't be, the last 2 times I choose bad champ and got only one pack ;)

I wish that made me feel better! :p

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