Masters Tour Orgrimmar Top 8 – Deck Lists, Stats & Results!

Masters Tour Orgrimmar is over! It was the second Masters Tour event of 2021. Just like the last couple of Masters Tours, this was also online-only because of the current global pandemic situation.

Nearly 400 skilled players from around the world, who qualified through tournaments or high ladder finishes, fought for their share of $250,000 prize pool, and a chance to become a Grandmaster in the future. However, only 8 of them qualified for the final day of play-offs. You can find all of their decklists and some statistics below!

Masters Tour Ironforge Top 8 Results & Prizes

Here are the final results and prizes. All 8 players did an amazing job to get this far, but biggest congratulations to Gaby for taking the trophy home!

Place Player Money Prize
1 Gaby $25,000
2 Viper $17,000
3-4 Floki $10,000
3-4 xBlyzes $10,000
5-8 Tianming $6,000
5-8 Monsanto $6,000
5-8 Melody $6,000
5-8 RNGLys $6,000

And here’s a full Top 8 bracket:

Tournament Winner – Gaby

Masters Tour Orgrimmar reached its thrilling conclusion as Gabriel “Gaby” Jeanne defeated Torben “Viper” Wahl 3-2 to walk aawy with $25,000 (USD) in prizing! With this stunning victory, Gaby became the youngest Masters Tour champion, outplaying 402 players from over 45 countries to walk away with 22 Masters Tour Points towards promotion to Grandmasters Season 2.

After going 7-2 in Swiss Rounds, Gaby secured his spot in the Top 8 after defeating European Grandmaster David “Frenetic” Neila Quiñones, 3-2. Day 3 started strong, with a 3-1 Quarterfinal victory over Liu “RNGLys” Shuda before a strong 3-1 win against European Grandmaster and former two-time Masters Tour winner Zakarya “xBlyzes” Hail. The final went the full five rounds, as Viper and Gaby traded off wins until they were forced into a Rogue mirror to decide it all. Gaby proved this weekend’s stronger player in an emotional victory.


Masters Tour Orgrimmar Top 8 Deck Distribution & Card Stats

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Most Popular Legendaries

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Masters Tour Orgrimmar Deck Lists

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  1. Asperkraken
    May 3, 2021 at 10:34 am

    So. Much. Spell Mage. Not as much Paladin as i expected though! Was everyone running Priest and Mage to counter it or something?

    • Loki777
      May 3, 2021 at 1:23 pm

      Enough priest it would if been kind of funny to see someone show up with a warlock just to throw a wrench in it all

    • KingCucumber
      May 3, 2021 at 11:49 pm

      Paladin isn’t as dominant at higher legend as in the other ranks. I think the best players are very good at surviving against aggro and also play around secrets.

    • Stonekeep - Site Admin
      May 4, 2021 at 8:21 am

      Everyone knew that Paladin will be heavily targeted, so many players decided to not bring it at all.

      In general, there were a lot more Paladins in the tournament, they just didn’t get that high placements, because their line-ups got targeted.

      Control Priest, for example, is great in the format. The deck works well against Paladin and has mostly okay & good matchups, but the only thing really keeping it in check is Control Warlock. Control Warlock can be simply banned when playing in tournament.

      Then, popularity of Control Priest is the reason for so many Spell Mages in high positions – Spell Mage is the worst (popular) Priest matchup other than Warlock, especially the Lunacy build. On ladder, non-Lunacy build is mostly better, because Lunacy is now useless against Aggro… but if you expect a lot of Priests, then you can target them with this tech.

      Always keep in mind that tournament meta is often very different than ladder meta, because you a) you know your opponent’s deck lists and b) you can ban one of the decks.