2004 World Championships

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Julien Nuijten - 2004 World Championship
White-green Slide
Main Deck: Sideboard:
  • 4 Viridian Shaman
  • 4 Eternal Witness
  • 4 Eternal Dragon
  • 4 Wrath of God
  • 4 Renewed Faith
  • 4 Astral Slide
  • 2 Akroma's Vengeance
  • 2 Decree of Justice
  • 1 Plow Under
  • 2 Wing Shards
  • 4 Rampant Growth
  • 4 Secluded Steppe
  • 4 Tranquil Thicket
  • 4 Windswept Heath
  • 6 Plains
  • 7 Forest
  • 4 Oxidize
  • 2 Rude Awakening
  • 3 Scrabbling Claws
  • 3 Circle of Protection: Red
  • 3 Plow Under

The 2004 World Championships were held from September 1–5, 2004 at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, California, USA. The total prize money awarded to the top 64 finishers was $208,130 USD.

This was the first ever World Championship without a player from the United States in the Top 8. Nuijten, at 15 years old, became the youngest ever Pro Tour winner and took home a total of $52,366 - a new record for winnings in a single collectible card game tournament.

Finishing order[edit | edit source]

  1. {NLD} Julien Nuijten
  2. {CAN} Aeo Paquette
  3. {JPN} Ryou Ogura
  4. {FRA} Manuel Bevand
  5. {NLD} Kamiel Cornelissen
  6. {MYS} Terry Han Chuen Soh
  7. {FRA} Gabriel Nassif
  8. {CAN} Murray Evans

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