Perhaps as befits my membership on a site called the Casual Players Alliance, I don't actually attend many tournaments. I've planned to at various points and had schedule conflicts or other things come up. On Monday, I was already working morning and afternoon in Seattle, just a little south of where I was planning to make a major card purchase after work that evening, and so I stuck around to play in the tournament. While I've built a few different Legacy decks recently, the only one that I still had together was my Oops! All Spells gimmick deck... 4x Balustrade Spy 4x Elvish Spirit Guide 1x Laboratory Maniac 4x Narcomoeba 4x Simian Spirit Guide 4x Street Wraith 1x Tinder Wall 4x Undercity Informer 1x Underworld Cerberus 1x Wild Cantor 4x Cabal Ritual 4x Dark Ritual 4x Manamorphose 3x Summoner's Pact 3x Cabal Therapy 1x Dread Return 4x Gitaxian Probe 1x Bridge from Below 4x Chrome Mox 4x Lotus Petal Sideboard: 2x Empty the Warrens 4x Goblin Charbelcher 4x Lion's Eye Diamond 3x Spoils of the Vault 2x Tinder Wall I wrote about this archetype at some point on The Comboist Manifesto, but I forget the details. Anyway, the point is to generate four mana, play either of the two rogue creatures, dump my library popping out Narcomoebas, Dread Return Underworld Cerberus, sac Underworld Cerberus to Cabal Therapy, exile some spirit guide creatures for mana, play Wild Cantor, sac Wild Cantor for blue, play Laboratory Maniac, cycle a Street Wraith, then win off of Laboratory Maniac's ability. The preference is to do all of that on the first turn. Yes, I'm a jerk. But seriously, if I'm going to venture into an unknown tournament environment when I'm out of practice, I may as well bring a gimmick deck. I did pretty much what I wanted, which was win game one of every match. I even beat my last opponent in the third game by switching to my sideboard and letting him take the bait of mulliganing for Leyline of the Void. I went 2-2 in matches, mostly because my sideboard is actually garbage but also because the deck itself is inherently fragile and bad at fighting through Force of Will.