Muzadihal I. 
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Continued his dominant 2017
October 23, 2017
Muzzy was showing off his skills as he made it all the way to the quarterfinals of the Hearthstone Grand Prix at DreamHack Denver.
Continuing his impressive 2017 campaign, Muzzy rolled through the grueling DreamHack Denver swiss stages with perfect play. He has stayed consistent throughout all of his events, and his consistency is what propelled him all the way to the quarterfinals. He lost to eventual champion Ike by a 3-1 score, as Ike was the best player on that given day. Muzzy will keep grinding though as he looks to lock up his spot at the World Championship through the Last Call.
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Fell short of repeating as Americas champion
September 18, 2017
Muzzy could win another Americas title he was knocked out in the swiss stage of the Hearthstone Americas Summer Playoffs.
After capturing the title at the Spring Americas playoff, Muzzy looked to defend his crown. With a new meta and a new field of players, Muzzy failed to regain his glory. Still known as one of the best minds of Hearthstone, Muzzy was not able to get the breaks he received last season. Although Muzzy is good enough where he doesn't rely on luck, it made a large difference in a meta that features a lot of mirror matchups.
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Crowned champion of DreamHack Montreal
September 10, 2017
Muzzy has another amazing tournament showing as he wins it all at DreamHack Montreal Hearthstone Grand Prix.
Last time we saw Muzzy perform at his best in a major tournament, he was winning the Americas Spring Championship. We then saw him struggle at the global Spring championship before being dropped by Luminosity Gaming soon after. During life as a free agent, Muzzy showed that his championship in the past was no fluke as he fought through the stacked DreamHack Atlanta field. Muzzy was forced to go five games in the finals in Montreal against Seohyun628, a thrilling series where he just barely clinched it with his Evolve Shaman. Muzzy is still one of the best minds in Hearthstone and we can expect him back on a team and in major competitions very soon.
Failed to make it through group stages
July 31, 2017
Muzzy disappointed in a major way as he couldn't make it out of group stages at the Hearthstone Grand Prix at DreamHack Atlanta.
After capturing the hearts of all American Hearthstone fans in his Americas Spring Championship run, Muzzy looked to keep that momentum going again in Atlanta. However, Muzzy fell well short as he was lost in the mess of the 168 players entered in the competition. He will continue to fight to get back the glory he had just earlier this year.
Was the biggest let down of the tournament
July 10, 2017
Muzzy took an unfortunately quick exit as he failed to make it out of group stages at the Hearthstone Spring Championship.
As it seems to happen every season, the American Hearthstone fans jump on the bandwagon of their seasonal champion and then are quickly disappointed. Muzzy seemed to be the player to break the curse as he is revered as one of the greatest Hearthstone minds in the game, but he was not even able to make it out of group stages. After losses to CitizenNappa and Neirea, Muzzy was eliminated on Day 1. This was Muzzy's first test on the biggest stage and he should be back in events like this very soon.
Crowned Spring champion of the Americas, clinched a spot in Shanghai
May 29, 2017
Muzzy capped off his dominant performance with a 3-0 victory over Kuonet in the grand finals of the Americas Spring Playoffs. Muzzy also clinched a spot in the global Spring Championship in Shanghai.
Always respected as one of the finest brains of the Hearthstone scene, Muzzy never was given any more respect than just being a ladder grinder. Overshadowed by his other Luminosity Gaming teammates, Muzzy came into the Americas Spring Playoffs to show that he can compete with the best of them. There is no doubt about that now as Muzzy finished the tournament with an undefeated 10-0 record to be crowned champion and reserve himself a spot at the global Spring Championship in Shanghai. Muzzy brought a very slow control lineup in Control Paladin, Murloc Paladin, Jade Shaman and Taunt Warrior. Muzzy excels with control decks as he was able to exploit the many popular aggro decks.