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Hearthstone - Heroes of Warcraft news » Two Davids, One Goal: “The Chance to Compete for the Title”

Among the four players who rose to the top at the 2018 Hearthstone Championship Tour (HCT) Americas Summer Playoffs are two from the United States that really need their handles to differentiate them. David “killinallday” Acosta and David “dog” Caero played incredibly May 12 and 13 to secure their berths at the upcoming Summer Championship, and both took time to sit with us and discuss their deck lineups and strategies, as well as how they felt when they won the critical decider matches at the end of the tournament.

Validation for dog

Team Liquid’s dog brought Control Warlock, Control Priest, Spiteful Druid, and a Control Warrior featuring Azalina Soulthief to the Americas Playoffs—a lineup he considers something of an anti-aggro strategy. “I automatically banned Quest Rogue,” dog said. “If they didn’t have Quest Rogue, I would usually ban Spiteful Druid, because my lineup has a hard time dealing with it. All of my decks can beat Warlock.” His decks ran tournament-appropriate countermeasures, like the Skulking Geist in Control Priest, due to his overall game plan.