2003 World Championships

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Daniel Zink - 2003 World Championship
Main Deck: Sideboard:
  • 4 Mana Leak
  • 1 Circular Logic
  • 4 Wrath of God
  • 2 Vengeful Dreams
  • 3 Moment's Peace
  • 3 Renewed Faith
  • 3 Mirari's Wake
  • 1 Mirari
  • 4 Deep Analysis
  • 3 Compulsion
  • 3 Cunning Wish
  • 2 Decree of Justice
  • 4 Krosan Verge
  • 4 Skycloud Expanse
  • 4 Forest
  • 4 Plains
  • 7 Island
  • 2 Flooded Strand
  • 2 Elfhame Palace
  • 1 Vengeful Dreams
  • 1 Hunting Pack
  • 1 Wing Shards
  • 1 Circular Logic
  • 1 Ray of Distorion
  • 1 Renewed Faith
  • 1 Krosan Reclamation
  • 2 Exalted Angel
  • 3 Ray of Revelation
  • 3 Anurid Brushhopper

The 2003 World Championships were held from August 6–10, 2003 at the Estrel Hotel in Berlin, Germany. German player Daniel Zink managed to emerge as the new world champion, beating Japan's Jin Okamoto 3-0 in the finals and taking home 35,000 USD in the process. The total prize money awarded to the top 64 finishers was $208,130 USD.

Finishing order[edit | edit source]

  1. Daniel Zink (Germany)
  2. Jin Okamoto (Japan)
  3. Tuomo Nieminen (Finland)
  4. Dave Humpherys (United States)
  5. Jeroen Remie (Netherlands)
  6. Peer Kröger (Germany)
  7. Wolfgang Eder (Germany)
  8. Gabe Walls (United States)

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