2010 Pro Tour Season

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2010 Pro Tour Season
Player of the Year United States.png Brad Nelson
Rookie of the Year Italy.png Andrea Giarola
World Champion France.png Guillaume Matignon
Hall of Fame inductions France.png Gabriel Nassif
United States.png Brian Kibler
Netherlands.png Bram Snepvangers
Pro Tours 4
Grand Prix events 18
Previous season:
2009
Next season:
2011

The 2010 Pro Tour season was the fifteenth Pro Tour season. It started on 13 February 2010 with Grand Prix Oakland, and ended on 10 December 2010 with the conclusion of the 2010 World Championships.

Grand Prix (February 2010)[edit | edit source]

GP Oakland
 Date: 13–14 February 2010
 Format: Extended
 Attendance: 770
 1. United States.png Matt Nass
 2. United States.png Adam Yurchick
 3. United States.png Conley Woods
 4. United States.png Travis Woo
 5. United States.png Patrick Cox
 6. United States.png Joby Parish
 7. Czech Republic.png Petr Brozek
 8. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito

Pro Tour San Diego[edit | edit source]

19–21 February 2010 in San Diego, California, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Germany.png Simon Görtzen $40,000 25
2 United States.png Kyle Boggemes $20,000 20
3 United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas $15,000 16 Third Pro Tour Top 8
4 United States.png Craig Wescoe $13,000 16
5 Germany.png Daniel Gräfensteiner $11,000 12
6 Belgium.png Niels Viaene $10,500 12 Pro Tour Debut
7 Japan.png Yoshihiko Ikawa $10,000 12
8 Netherlands.png Jeroen Kanis $9,500 12

Grand Prix (February–May 2010)[edit | edit source]

GP Madrid GP Kuala Lumpur GP Yokohama GP Brussels
 Date: 27–28 February 2010  Date: 13–14 March 2010  Date: 20–21 March 2010  Date: 27–28 March 2010
 Format: Legacy  Format: Standard  Format: Extended  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 2228  Attendance: 518  Attendance: 1122  Attendance: 1667
 1. Germany.png Andreas Müller  1. Singapore.png Ding Leong  1. Japan.png Katsuhiro Mori  1. Japan.png Emanuele Giusti
 2. Czech Republic.png David Do Anh  2. China.png Xue Tong Du  2. Japan.png Masashiro Kuroda  2. Hungary.png Zoltan Szoke
 3. England.png Richard Bland  3. Thailand.png Jakguy Subcharoen  3. Japan.png Min-su Kim  3. Hungary.png Tamás Nagy
 4. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito  4. Japan.png Shingo Fukuta  4. Japan.png Takashi Ishihara  4. England.png Steve Bernstein
 5. Spain.png Rubén Gonzalez  5. Japan.png Shota Yasooka  5. Taiwan.png Tzu Ching Kuo  5. France.png Nicolas Lambach
 6. Spain.png Lluis Restoy  6. Malaysia.png Wei Han Chin  6. Japan.png Yasunori Baba  6. Belgium.png Christophe Gregoir
 7. Spain.png Alejandro Delgado  7. Philippines.png Raffy Sarto  7. Japan.png Atsuo Se  7. Italy.png Francesco Cipolleschi
 8. Netherlands.png Sven Dijt  8. China.png Zhiyang Zhang  8. Japan.png Tomoyuki Honnami  8. Sweden.png Ludvig Londos
GP Houston GP Lyon GP Washington, D.C.
 Date: 3–4 April 2010  Date: 8–9 May 2010  Date: 22–23 May 2010
 Format: Extended  Format: Limited  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 652  Attendance: 1425  Attendance: 1932
 1. United States.png Adam Yurchick  1. Germany.png Florian Koch  1. United States.png Brad Nelson
 2. United States.png Shaun Rodriquez  2. Germany.png Tobias Gräfensteiner  2. United States.png Owen Turtenwald
 3. United States.png Kenneth Ellis  3. Belgium.png Peter Vieren  3. United States.png Kyle Boggemes
 4. United States.png Todd Anderson  4. Netherlands.png Bram Snepvangers  4. United States.png Joshua Wagener
 5. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura  5. Sweden.png Joakim Almelund  5. United States.png Brett Blackman
 6. Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa  6. Czech Republic.png Lukas Blohon  6. United States.png Michael Stanfar
 7. United States.png Charles Lancaster  7. Czech Republic.png Vladimir Komanicky  7. United States.png Brad Carpenter
 8. United States.png Pete Picard  8. Italy.png Marcello Calvetto  8. Brazil.png Carlos Romão

Pro Tour San Juan[edit | edit source]

28–30 May 2010 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa $40,000 25 Sixth Pro Tour Top 8
2 France.png Guillaume Matignon $20,000 20
3 Italy.png Andrea Giarola $15,000 16 Pro Tour Debut
4 United States.png Noah Swartz $13,000 16
5 United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton $11,000 12
6 United States.png Brad Nelson $10,500 12
7 Japan.png Koutarou Ootsuka $10,000 12 Second Pro Tour Top 8
8 Australia.png Jeremy Neeman $9,500 12

Grand Prix (June–August 2010)[edit | edit source]

GP Sendai GP Manila GP Columbus GP Gothenburg
 Date: 5–6 June 2010  Date: 12–13 June 2010  Date: 31 July–1 August 2010  Date: 28–29 August 2010
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Legacy  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 907  Attendance: 1071  Attendance: 1296  Attendance: 1001
 1. United States.png Brian Kibler  1. Japan.png Naoki Nakada  1. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito  1. Sweden.png Kenny Öberg
 2. Japan.png Makihito Mihara  2. Indonesia.png Taufik Indrakesuma  2. United States.png Tom Martell  2. Sweden.png Anton Jonsson
 3. Japan.png Shota Yasooka  3. Philippines.png Gerald Camangon  3. United States.png Jason Ford  3. Belgium.png Marijn Lybaert
 4. Japan.png Motoaki Itou  4. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe  4. United States.png Caleb Durward  4. Brazil.png Allison Abe
 5. Japan.png Takeshi Ozawa  5. China.png Yuchen Liu  5. United States.png Bryant Cook  5. Norway.png Nicolai Herzog
 6. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe  6. Philippines.png Adrian Marasigan  6. United States.png Chris Gosselin  6. Finland.png Sami Häggkvist
 7. Japan.png Hiroyuki Shimoya  7. Japan.png Yuuta Takahashi  7. United States.png Korey Age  7. United States.png Sam Black
 8. Japan.png Ryou Tasaki  8. Philippines.png Bayani Manansala  8. United States.png Brad Nelson  8. Finland.png Markku Rikola

Pro Tour Amsterdam[edit | edit source]

3–5 September 2010 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 United States.png Paul Rietzl $40,000 25 Second Pro Tour Top 8
2 United States.png Brad Nelson $20,000 20 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png Michael Jacob $15,000 16
4 Belgium.png Marijn Lybaert $13,000 16 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
5 France.png Guillaume Wafo-Tapa $11,000 12 Third Pro Tour Top 8
6 United States.png Brian Kibler $10,500 12 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
7 United States.png Thomas Ma $10,000 12 Pro Tour debut
8 Germany.png Kai Budde $9,500 12 Tenth Pro Tour Top 8

Grand Prix (September–November 2010)[edit | edit source]

GP Portland GP Sydney GP Toronto
 Date: 11–12 September 2010  Date: 9–10 October 2010  Date: 23–24 October 2010
 Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1371  Attendance: 434  Attendance: 1361
 1. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  1. Australia.png Jeremy Neeman  1. Canada.png Jonathan Smithers
 2. United States.png Thomas Kiene  2. United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas  2. United States.png Brad Nelson
 3. Canada.png Josh Layne  3. Australia.png Jacky Zhang  3. United States.png Dustin Faeder
 4. United States.png Philip Bau  4. Australia.png Isaac Egan  4. United States.png Ben Stark
 5. United States.png Jonathan Loucks  5. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe  5. United States.png Eric Froehlich
 6. United States.png Nicholas Lynn  6. Australia.png Michael Dao  6. United States.png David Howard
 7. United States.png David Ochoa  7. Australia.png Jarron Puszet  7. United States.png Patrick Cox
 8. Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa  8. Japan.png Masayasu Tanahashi  8. United States.png Stephen Zhang
GP Bochum GP Nashville GP Florence
 Date: 30–31 October 2010  Date: 20–21 November 2010  Date: 27–28 November 2010
 Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1814  Attendance: 1481  Attendance: 1291
 1. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  1. United States.png Gerry Thompson  1. Italy.png Pierluigi Aceto
 2. Switzerland.png Yves Sele  2. United States.png Ari Lax  2. Italy.png Nicola Landoni
 3. France.png Julien Perez  3. United States.png Gerard Fabiano  3. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura
 4. Netherlands.png Geertjan Woltjes  4. United States.png John Kolos  4. Italy.png Citino Guido
 5. Germany.png Manuel Mayer  5. United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton  5. Italy.png Mario Pascoli
 6. Germany.png Jonas Köstler  6. United States.png Conley Woods  6. Switzerland.png Tommi Lindgren
 7. Germany.png Sok-yong Lee  7. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  7. Sweden.png Anders Melin
 8. Switzerland.png Matthias Künzler  8. United States.png Kyle Stoll  8. Germany.png Jörg Unfried

2010 World Championships[edit | edit source]

9–12 December 2010 in Chiba, Japan.

Final standings[edit | edit source]

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 France.png Guillaume Matignon $45,000 25 Second Pro Tour Top 8
2 France.png Guillaume Wafo-Tapa $24,000 20 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
3 Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa $15,000 16 Seventh Pro Tour Top 8
4 Sweden.png Love Janse $14,000 16 Pro Tour debut
5 United States.png Eric Froehlich $11,000 12 Second Pro Tour Top 8
6 Czech Republic.png Lukas Jaklovsky $10,500 12
7 Austria.png Christopher Wolf $10,000 12
8 England.png Jonathan Randle $9,500 12

Team competition[edit | edit source]

Place Country Player Prize Pro Points
1 Slovakia.png Slovakia Ivan Floch $4,000 6
Robert Jurkovic $4,000 6
Patrik Surab $4,000 6
2 Australia.png Australia Adam Witton $2,500 5
Jeremy Neeman $2,500 5
Ian Wood $2,500 5