The postseason picture becomes clearer after the February MTG Kaldheim League Weekend

Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa and Eli Kassis continued to run hot through day two of the February Kaldheim League Weekend to remain at the top of their respective leagues going into the Kaldheim Championship.

Kaldheim Split represented the final chance for many players in the Magic Pro League and Rivals League to improve their standings and mark a clear goal going into the Strixhaven Split, which begins on April 10. The three League Weekends in Strixhaven split will lock players into their final league standings where they will face relegation or an opportunity at promotion.

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