Curses were definitely a Standard viable and Limited viable strategy that is not so great in Modern Constructed. Yet I like the nostalgia of this deck. Here are all the curses, issued in Innistrad and Dark Ascension.
And here is the final deck with a sideboard.
Here is a loss against a graveyard deck. Decks in Just for Fun are always packing good stuff like Gravecrawler and Vengevine.
Here is a loss against a soul sisters variant. I lost three matches 0-2 against this deck-ouch!
Here is a gigantic Ajani's Pridemate I couldn't stop.
Here is a loss to a White/Green enchantments deck packing good stuff like Leyline of Sanctity, Worship, Reverence, Greater Auramancy, Myth Realized, and Luminarch Ascension. At this point in the game my opponent cannot go below 1 life. Attacking without removing the offending enchantment (Worship) is a waste of time.
Here is part of the line-up in detail.
I was able to win a game against this deck once I switched in enchantment hate from my sideboard.
It must have been White/Green enchantment night. Here is a win against another one of these decks.
Here is a very close win against a deck packing buffed up green creatures.
My opponent must not have counted how much I could hit for after this swing.
That's a 11/11 Managorger Hydra and a 15/15 Rakshasa Vizier.
Here I know I am racing against my opponent until they get five mana and sacrifice Oblivion Stone to destroy all non-land permanents (ouch!).
Big swing at four mana.
And then I drop a flyer after the sweep for the win.