Silva, Izzet Dragons, Wins Redbull Untapped 2021 International Stop 2

Pedro Silva comes out on top of 1,172-person event with Izzet Dragons.

Iymrith, Desert Doom, illustrated by Antonio José Manzanedo

Pedro Silva won the Redbull Untapped 2021 International Stop 2 on Sunday with Izzet Dragons.

Silva cruised into the platinum division (the Top 16 players after Day 1) by going 7-0-1, then made the Top 8 cut for their division by going 2-0 on Day 2. After making the Top 8 of the platinum division, Silva defeated Rui Gonçalves on Mono-Black Control❄, Chase Masters on Izzet Epiphany, and Thierry Ramboa on Izzet Epiphany to take first place and win $4,000 with a record of 13-0-1.

The free-to-enter tournament had 1,172 players with the Top 64 players advancing to play in Day 2 among the four divisions. Ramboa finished in second place overall and second in the platinum division for $2,000 with a record of 12-1-1.

Scott McNamara won the gold division with Izzet Epiphany for $2,000, Connor Flotten won the the silver division with Mono-White Aggro❄ for $1,000, and Gabriel Nassif won the bronze division with Grixis Epiphany for $500.

Almost 70% of the field was on five decks, with the most-played deck being Mono-Green Aggro❄, followed by Mono-White Aggro❄. The metagame breakdown for the top decks is shown below.

Mono-Green Aggro❄274
Mono-White Aggro❄ 158
Izzet Epiphany154
Izzet Dragons133
Temur Midrange 86

View the Top 16 decklists.