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Robert Swiecki

  • Name: Robert "CabalTherapy" Swiecki
  • Preferred Format: Legacy

About:

Robert "CabalTherapy" Swiecki started playing Magic: The Gathering in 2004, casted Incinerates in Tarmogoyf-Standard, and dived into Legacy in 2008 then stayed there. He has been playing Dark Rituals and Tendrils of Agony for quite some time. Besides being a part-time Darth Vader, he records ambient and rock music and has a master's degree in English literature.

All Articles by Robert Swiecki

Melting Ice: Flipping Thing in the Ice in Legacy

By CabalTherapy (2018-10-11)

A 7/8 creature for two mana that does not see play in Legacy? That is totally unheard of! But that is currently the horror's fate. I think it is time to melt the ice.

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To Counter or Not to Counter: ANT's Dark Ritual

By CabalTherapy (2018-09-11)

It may just be a small step, but it affects the outcome of Legacy games tremendously. Do you counter Ad Nauseam Tendrils’ Dark Ritual or do you let it resolve?

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Five Legacy Decks That Could Play Snapcaster Mage But Don't

By CabalTherapy (2018-08-29)

No other creature plays such an important role in Legacy and Modern alike. Snapcaster Mage truly is the most flexible creature in all competitive Magic and, for some reason, there are still some decks not playing him.

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Top 3 Decks for Legacy from Pro Tour 25

By CabalTherapy (2018-08-15)

The team Pro Tour 25 in Minneapolis featured Legacy and many players had feared drastic changes to the format once the pros start working on decks. In the end, we experienced a rather average snap shot of the meta paired with some smaller surprises. In the following, I present my top three conclusions from the Pro Tour and how they will affect the near future of Legacy.

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MKM Series 2018 Prague: The Death of Delver

By CabalTherapy (2018-08-02)

Shorty after the groundbreaking ban of Deathrite Shaman and Gitaxian Probe, the MKM Series visited Prague, eagerly awaiting a brand new Legacy format and the new brews it would entail. Miracles ended up the best-performing deck and carried the once mighty Delver to its grave.

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