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2016–17 Pro Tour Season

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2016–17 Pro Tour Season
Player of the Year {BRA} Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa
Rookie of the Year {CAN} Ben Hull
World Champion {USA} Brian Braun-Duin
World Magic Cup Champions {GRC} Greece
Hall of Fame inductions {JPN} Yuuya Watanabe
{USA} Owen Turtenwald
Pro Tours 4
Grands Prix 50
Previous season:
2015–16
Next season:
2017–18

The 2016–17 Pro Tour season was the twenty-second Pro Tour season. It started on 13 August 2016 with Grand Prix events in Rimini and Portland, and ended on 30 July 2017 with the conclusion of Pro Tour Hour of Devastation.

Grand Prix (August 2016)[edit | edit source]

GP Rimini

Date: 13–14 August 2016
Format: Standard
Attendance: 889

1. {DEU} Arne Huschenbeth
2. {CZE} Petr Sochůrek
3. {BEL} Simon Enckels
4. {ITA} Marco Dolazza
5. {CZE} Lukas Blohon
6. {CZE} Jaroslav Boucek
7. {AUT} Thomas Holzinger
8. {JPN} Shota Yasooka

GP Portland

Date: 13–14 August 2016
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1715

1. {USA} Robert Santana
2. {USA} Travis Woo
3. {USA} Tanner von Difloe
4. {USA} Max Mick
5. {USA} Chris Botelho
6. {USA} Oliver Tomajko
7. {USA} Paul Rietzl
8. {USA} Michael Hantz

GP Guangzhou

Date: 27–28 August 2016
Format: Modern
Attendance: 946

1. {SGP} Albertus Law
2. {HKG} Wu Kon Fai
3. {SGP} Lim Zhong Yi
4. {SGP} Kelvin Chew
5. {CHN} Jia Hao
6. {JPN} Ryoichi Tamada
7. {JPN} Kentaro Yamamoto
8. {JPN} Keita Kawasaki

GP Lille

Date: 27–28 August 2016
Format: Modern
Attendance: 1818

1. {POL} Meciek Berger
2. {NLD} Thomas Hendriks
3. {CZE} Jiří Obraz
4. {CHE} Serafin Wellinger
5. {FRA} Mike Boulinguiez
6. {DEU} André Metzger
7. {DEU} Manuel Menges
8. {ESP} Daniel Ballestin

GP Indianapolis

Date: 27–28 August 2016
Format: Modern
Attendance: 1983

1. {USA} Brandon Burton
2. {USA} Rob Pisano
3. {USA} Scott Lipp
4. {USA} Brandon Semerau
5. {USA} Ryan Normandin
6. {USA} Mason Linne
7. {CAN} Ryan Solave
8. {USA} Brandon Pascal


2016 World Championship[edit | edit source]

1–4 September 2016 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Rank Player Prize Pro Points
1 {USA} Brian Braun-Duin $70,000 14
2 {PRT} Marcio Carvalho $40,000 11
3 {USA} Oliver Tiu $20,000 9
4 {JPN} Shota Yasooka $20,000 9

Grand Prix (September–October 2016)[edit | edit source]

GP Kyoto

Date: 10–11 September 2016
Format: Team Limited
Attendance: 2334 (778 teams)

1. {JPN} Yuuki Ichikawa
1. {JPN} Yuki Matsumoto
1. {JPN} Kazuyuki Takimura

2. {JPN} Kitahara Hiroaki
2. {JPN} Ken Yukuhiro
2. {JPN} Kentaro Yamamoto

3. {JPN} Kenta Harane
3. {JPN} Fumiya Matsumoto
3. {JPN} Tomonori Hirami

4. {CZE} Tom Ristovsky
4. {CZE} Petr Sochůrek
4. {CZE} Pavel Matousek

GP Louisville

Date: 10–11 September 2016
Format: Team Limited
Attendance: 1383 (461 teams)

1. {USA} Sam Black
1. {USA} Matt Severa
1. {USA} Justin Cohen

2. {USA} Ben Rubin
2. {USA} Matthew Boccio
2. {USA} Tillman Bragg

3. {USA} Steve Rubin
3. {CAN} Alexander Hayne
3. {USA} Mike Sigrist

4. {USA} Paul Rietzl
4. {NLD} Jelger Wiegersma
4. {USA} Matt Sperling

GP London

Date: 8–9 October 2016
Format: Limited
Attendance: 2566

1. {PRT} Marcio Carvalho
2. {HUN} Gabor Kocsis
3. {GB-WLS} Pip Griffiths
4. {GB-ENG} Neil Rigby
5. {DNK} Bo Stentebjerg-Hansen
6. {ITA} Federico Del Basso
7. {DNK} Marcus Hensing
8. {ITA} Riccardo Picciafuochi




 

GP Atlanta

Date: 8–9 October 2016
Format: Limited
Attendance: 1663

1. {BRA} Carlos Romão
2. {USA} Cash Turner
3. {USA} Noah Walker
4. {USA} Raymond Perez, Jr.
5. {USA} Geddes Cooper
6. {USA} Chris Fennell
7. {USA} Thien Nguyen
8. {USA} Matt Frank




 


Pro Tour Kaladesh[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pro Tour Kaladesh

14–16 October 2016 in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 {JPN} Shōta Yasooka $50,000 31 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8, second Pro Tour win
2 {BRA} Carlos Romão $20,000 27 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 {GRC} Makis Matsoukas $15,000 23 Pro Tour debut
4 {CAN} Ben Hull $15,000 23 Pro Tour debut
5 {FRA} Pierre Dagen $10,000 19 Second Pro Tour Top 8
6 {USA} Matt Nass $10,000 19
7 {HKG} Lee Shi Tian $5,000 15 Fifth Pro Tour Top 8
8 {USA} Joey Manner $5,000 15

Grand Prix (October–November 2016)[edit | edit source]

GP Kuala Lumpur

Date: 22–23 October 2016
Format: Standard
Attendance: 769

1. {JPN} Fumiya Matsumoto
2. {PHL} Mark Lawrence Tubola
3. {JPN} Yuuki Ichikawa
4. {AUS} Anthony Lee
5. {JPN} Yuuta Takahashi
6. {SGP} Marcus Oh
7. {MYS} Wai Kin Au Yong
8. {JPN} Teruya Kakumae




 

GP Providence

Date: 22–23 October 2016
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1180

1. {CHN} Wang Yichen
2. {USA} Seth Manfield
3. {USA} Jacky Wang
4. {USA} Osyp Lebedowicz
5. {USA} Zachary Kiihne
6. {CAN} Maxim Belanger
7. {USA} Dave Shiels
8. {USA} Ian Bosley




 

GP Warsaw

Date: 29–30 October 2016
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1112

1. {LTU} Gabrielius Kaklauskas
2. {NLD} Niels Molle
3. {CHE} Andreas Ganz
4. {ITA} Matteo Moure
5. {CZE} Zbysek Panchartek
6. {USA} Ben Stark
7. {FRA} Julien Stihle
8. {UKR} Oleksii Riabokon




 

GP Santiago

Date: 29–30 October 2016
Format: Standard
Attendance: 754

1. {CHL} John Chavarria
2. {BRA} Jonathan Melamed
3. {BRA} Eduardo dos Santos Vieira
4. {BRA} Victor Fernando Silva
5. {ARG} Luis Salvatto
6. {CHL} Cristian Cespedes
7. {CHL} Ignacio Garcia
8. {BRA} Marcos Paulo De Jesus Freitas




 

GP Dallas

Date: 5–6 November 2016
Format: Modern
Attendance: 2019

1. {USA} Kevin Mackie
2. {USA} Corey Burkhart
3. {USA} Michael Songhao Mei
4. {USA} Alex Mitas
5. {USA} Brian Braun-Duin
6. {USA} Nicolas D'Ambrose
7. {USA} Zach Voss
8. {USA} Philip Napoli




 

GP Rotterdam

Date: 12–13 November 2016
Format: Team Limited
Attendance: 2109 (703 teams)

1. {ESP} Javier Dominguez
1. {PRT} Marcio Carvalho
1. {ARG} Luis Salvatto

2. {NLD} Frank Karsten
2. {NLD} Brent Vos
2. {NLD} Bas Melis

3. {FRA} Raphaël Lévy
3. {JPN} Tomoharu Saito
3. {FRA} Jérémy Dezani

4. {BRA} Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa
4. {ISR} Shahar Shenhar
4. {CZE} Ondřej Stráský


2016 World Magic Cup[edit | edit source]

Main article: 2016 World Magic Cup

18–20 November 2016 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Place Country Player Prize
per Player
Pro Points
per Player
1 {GRC} Greece Bill Chronopoulos $12,000 8
Panagiotis Papadopoulos
Nikolaos Kaponis
Tziotis Petros
2 {BEL} Belgium Peter Vieren $6,500 7
Jerome Bastogne
Branco Neirynck
Pascal Vieren
3 {ITA} Italy Andrea Mengucci $4,000 6
Alessandro Portaro
Mattia Rizzi
Alessandro Casamenti
4 {BLR} Belarus Hleb Bantsevich $4,000 6
Pavel Miadzvedski
Ihar Klionski
Dmitry Andronchik
5 {FIN} Finland Matt Kuisma $2,000 5
Lauri Pispa
Thomas Tuominen
Leo Lahonen
6 {AUS} Australia David Mines $2,000 5
Garry Lau
James Wilks
Ryan Cubit
7 {UKR} Ukraine Sergiy Sushalskyy $2,000 5
Iurii Babych
Artem Fedorchenko
Bogdan Sorozhynsky
8 {PAN} Panama Saul Alvarado $2,000 5
César Segovia
Sergio Bonilla
Manuel Succari

Grand Prix (November 2016-January 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Chiba

Date: 26–27 November 2016
Format: Legacy
Attendance: 2503

1. {JPN} Kentaro Yamamoto
2. {JPN} Atsuki Kihara
3. {JPN} Yuuya Watanabe
4. {JPN} Keisuke Sato
5. {JPN} Kouichi Miyabe
6. {JPN} Ryo Takahashi
7. {JPN} Akira Honma
8. {CHN} Liu Jin

GP Madrid

Date: 3–4 December 2016
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1568

1. {ITA} Carmine D'Aniello
2. {FRA} Nicolas Legendre
3. {GB-ENG} Callum Bousfield
4. {ITA} Marco Cammilluzzi
5. {ESP} Rafael Sarriegui Hidalgo
6. {ESP} Adrian Ramiro Cano
7. {PRT} Luis Gobern
8. {DEU} Alexander Hottmann

GP Denver

Date: 3–4 December 2016
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1456

1. {USA} Matt Severa
2. {USA} Steve Rubin
3. {USA} Jacob Nagro
4. {USA} Andrew Wolbers
5. {USA} Rob Pisano
6. {CAN} Ben Hull
7. {USA} Michael Snyder
8. {USA} Seth Manfield

GP Milwaukee

Date: 10–11 December 2016
Format: Limited
Attendance: 1326

1. {USA} Steven Carter
2. {USA} Brandon Fischer
3. {USA} Eric Severson
4. {USA} Evan Petre
5. {USA} Ari Lax
6. {JPN} Toshiya Kanegawa
7. {USA} Ben Weitz
8. {USA} Corey Burkhart

GP Louisville

Date: 7–8 January 2017
Format: Legacy
Attendance: 1607

1. {USA} Reid Duke
2. {USA} Andrew Sullano
3. {USA} Brian Braun-Duin
4. {USA} Nate Barton
5. {USA} Charles Hinkle
6. {USA} Michael Majors
7. {USA} Cody Napier
8. {USA} Craig Wescoe

GP Prague

Date: 28–29 January 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 2005

1. {TUR} Yusuf Kemal Vefa
2. {BRA} Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa
3. {DEU} Fabian Friedrich
4. {FIN} Roope Metsa
5. {DNK} Christoffer Enggaard Larsen
6. {SVK} Ivan Floch
7. {DEU} Florian Koch
8. {ITA} Fabrizio Campanino

GP San Jose

Date: 28–29 January 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 1908

1. {USA} John Asbach
2. {USA} Ari Hausman-Cohen
3. {USA} Roberto Berni
4. {USA} Avenash Pernankil
5. {USA} Jiachen Tao
6. {USA} Anand Khare
7. {CAN} Adam Ragsdale
8. {USA} Richard Tan


Pro Tour Aether Revolt[edit | edit source]

3–5 February 2017 in Dublin, Ireland.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 {BRA} Lucas Esper Berthoud $50,000 31
2 {PRT} Marcio Carvalho $20,000 27 Third Pro Tour Top 8
3 {USA} Donald Smith $15,000 23
4 {CAN} Eduardo Sajgalik $15,000 23 Second Pro Tour Top 8
5 {CHN} Yuchen Liu $10,000 19
6 {BRA} Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa $10,000 19 Eleventh Pro Tour Top 8
7 {CZE} Jan Ksandr $5,000 15
8 {CZE} Martin Jůza $5,000 15 Third Pro Tour Top 8

Grand Prix (February–May 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Pittsburgh

Date: 11–12 February 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1334

1. {USA} Ryan Hare
2. {USA} Bronson Gervasi
3. {USA} Matthew Long
4. {USA} Robert Beatty
5. {USA} Adam Van Fleet
6. {CAN} Daniel Fournier
7. {USA} Anand Khare
8. {USA} Michael Cochran




 

GP Brisbane

Date: 18–19 February 2017
Format: Modern
Attendance: 966

1. {AUS} Oliver Oks
2. {USA} Josh Utter-Leyton
3. {HKG} Lee Shi Tian
4. {AUS} Timothy Cheng
5. {NZL} Chris Grimshaw
6. {JPN} Tetsu Kawaguchi
7. {NZL} Sean Hume
8. {AUS} James Larsen-Scott




 

GP Vancouver

Date: 18–19 February 2017
Format: Modern
Attendance: 1545

1. {USA} Josh Utter-Leyton
2. {CAN} Jonathon Zaczek
3. {USA} Gerry Thompson
4. {USA} Sam Black
5. {USA} Eric Severson
6. {CAN} Jon Stern
7. {CAN} Nathaniel Knox
8. {CAN} Jason Simard




 

GP Utrecht

Date: 25–26 February 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1232

1. {FRA} Samuel Vuillot
2. {ITA} Fabrizio Campanino
3. {FRA} Alexandre Habert
4. {DEU} David Brucker
5. {NLD} Charly Traarbach
6. {DNK} Kasper Nielsen
7. {DEU} Thuan Truong
8. {TUR} Berk Akbulut




 

GP Barcelona

Date: 11–12 March 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1262

1. {CZE} Petr Sochůrek
2. {GB-ENG} Matthew Pope
3. {PRT} Marcio Carvalho
4. {ESP} Iñigo Vallejo
5. {POL} Michal Lipinski
6. {ITA} Federico Del Basso
7. {ESP} Miguel Castro
8. {FRA} Yoann Sevaux




 

GP New Jersey

Date: 11–12 March 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1627

1. {USA} Corey Baumeister
2. {USA} Ben Friedman
3. {USA} Paul Rietzl
4. {USA} Ben Stark
5. {USA} Robert Lombardi
6. {USA} Jarvis Yu
7. {USA} Kyle Moran
8. {USA} Brandon Ayers




 

GP Shizuoka

Date: 18–19 March 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 2717

1. {JPN} Ryohei Kirino
2. {CHN} Qi Wentao
3. {JPN} Masayasu Tanahashi
4. {JPN} Yusuke Sasabe
5. {KOR} Sungeun Je
6. {JPN} Takanori Watanabe
7. {JPN} Akihiro Miyamoto
8. {JPN} Motoaki Itou




 

GP Porto Alegre

Date: 18–19 March 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 576

1. {BRA} Victor Fernando Silva
2. {BRA} Vagner Casatti
3. {PER} Francisco Sifuentes
4. {BRA} Rafael Bertolli Parra
5. {ARG} Sebastian Pozzo
6. {ARG} Luis Salvatto
7. {CHL} Patricio Roman
8. {BRA} Carlos Alexandre Dos Santos Esteves




 

GP Orlando

Date: 25–26 March 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 1284

1. {SWE} Joel Larsson
2. {USA} Noah Walker
3. {CHN} Zile Yao
4. {USA} Chris Pikula
5. {CAN} Alexander Hayne
6. {USA} Jack Dobbin
7. {USA} Patrick Tierney
8. {USA} Jorge Mantilla




 

GP San Antonio

Date: 1–2 April 2017
Format: Team Modern
Attendance: 1668 (556 teams)

1. {USA} Gregory Orange
1. {USA} Adam Jansen
1. {USA} Andrejs Prost

2. {USA} Owen Turtenwald
2. {USA} William Jensen
2. {USA} Reid Duke

3. {USA} Gerard Fabiano
3. {USA} Eli Kassis
3. {USA} Ben Lundquist

4. {USA} David Ochoa
4. {USA} Matt Severa
4. {USA} Andrew Baeckstrom

GP México City

Date: 8–9 April 2017
Format: Team Limited
Attendance: 444 (148 teams)

1. {USA} Andrew Cuneo
1. {USA} Eric Froehlich
1. {USA} Ben Stark

2. {USA} Matt Nass
2. {CAN} Jacob Wilson
2. {USA} Sam Pardee

3. {JPN} Toru Inoue
3. {JPN} Shota Takao
3. {JPN} Kazuyuki Takimura

4. {CAN} Jon Stern
4. {USA} Greg Ogreenc
4. {USA} Stephen Neal

GP Beijing

Date: 6–7 May 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 1029

1. {SGP} Kelvin Chew
2. {JPN} Keita Kawasaki
3. {JPN} Tomoharu Saito
4. {CHN} Xuan Wu
5. {JPN} Riku Kumagai
6. {JPN} Takuma Morofuji
7. {CHN} Yimin Zhi
8. {JPN} Riki Kamo




 

GP Bologna

Date: 6–7 May 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 1669

1. {ITA} Corrado De Sio
2. {CZE} Martin Jůza
3. {GB-ENG} Francesco Giorgio
4. {BEL} Pascal Vieren
5. {CHE} Dario Veneri
6. {ITA} Dario Parazzoli
7. {ESP} Javier Dominguez
8. {DNK} Simon Nielsen




 

GP Richmond

Date: 6–7 May 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 1593

1. {USA} Michael Baraniecki
2. {USA} Eli Kassis
3. {USA} Evan Esposito
4. {DNK} Martin Dang
5. {USA} Brian Braun-Duin
6. {USA} Brad Carpenter
7. {BRA} Thiago Saporito
8. {USA} Josh Jones




 


Pro Tour Amonkhet[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pro Tour Amonkhet

12–14 May 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 {USA} Gerry Thompson $50,000 30 Second Pro Tour Top 8
2 {JPN} Yuuya Watanabe $20,000 26 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
3 {JPN} Ken Yukuhiro $15,000 24 Third Pro Tour Top 8
4 {DNK} Martin Müller $12,500 22 Second Pro Tour Top 8
5 {USA} Chris Fennell $10,000 20 Second Pro Tour Top 8
6 {DEU} Marc Tobiasch $9,000 18
7 {USA} Christian Calcano $7,500 17
8 {USA} Eric Froehlich $6,000 16 Fifth Pro Tour Top 8

Grand Prix (May–July 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Montréal

Date: 20–21 May 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 848

1. {USA} Kevin Jones
2. {CAN} Paul Dean
3. {CAN} Maxime Aubin
4. {USA} Max McVety
5. {USA} Ethan Gaieski
6. {CAN} Shaun McLaren
7. {CAN} Daniel Fournier
8. {CAN} Liam Kane Meilleur




 

GP Santiago

Date: 20–21 May 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 718

1. {ARG} Mauro Sasso
2. {POL} Grzegorz Kowalski
3. {CHL} Daniel Vega
4. {BRA} Guilherme Merjam
5. {ARG} Javier Luna
6. {ARG} Nicolas Epstein
7. {CHL} Ignacio Saez
8. {NLD} Niels Noorlander




 

GP Kōbe

Date: 27–28 May 2017
Format: Modern
Attendance: 2802

1. {MYS} Joe Soh
2. {JPN} Terumasa Kojima
3. {KOR} Park Bi-O
4. {JPN} Fumiyasu Suzuike
5. {JPN} Tomoya Tsubouchi
6. {JPN} Takeshi Kagawa
7. {JPN} Akio Chiba
8. {JPN} Ryoichi Tamada




 

GP Copenhagen

Date: 27–28 May 2017
Format: Modern
Attendance: 1815

1. {ITA} Mattia Rizzi
2. {ESP} Cristian Ortiz Ros
3. {DNK} Kim Ströh
4. {DNK} Martin Müller
5. {FIN} Teemu Halonen
6. {FRA} Remi Le Francois
7. {DEU} Michael Steinecke
8. {DEU} Gunnar Geissler




 

GP Manila

Date: 3–4 June 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 757

1. {JPN} Ryoichi Tamada
2. {CHN} Wentao Qi
3. {PHL} Imman Van Valerio
4. {MYS} Wee Pang Ming
5. {PHL} Cholo Pascual
6. {PHL} Mark Anthony Biala
7. {PHL} Rei Anthony Coo
8. {PHL} Dunstan Tauli




 

GP Amsterdam

Date: 3–4 June 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 1170

1. {CZE} Lukas Blohon
2. {DEU} Benjamin Luft
3. {AUS} Michael Maurici
4. {NLD} Arjan van Leeuwen
5. {NLD} Jelco Bodewes
6. {NLD} Thomas Hendriks
7. {DEU} Alexander Mertins
8. {DEU} Raphael Coors




 

GP Omaha

Date: 3–4 June 2017
Format: Standard
Attendance: 832

1. {USA} Brad Nelson
2. {USA} Sam Pardee
3. {USA} Dillon Ioanis
4. {CAN} Paul Dean
5. {USA} Michael Cochran
6. {USA} Andrew Ziggas
7. {USA} Tyler Schroeder
8. {USA} William Craddock




 

GP GP Las Vegas (L)

Date: 15–16 June 2017
Format: Legacy
Attendance: 2656

1. {USA} Andrew Calderon
2. {USA} Jonathan Semeyn
3. {USA} Christopher Iaali
4. {USA} Jody Keith
5. {USA} Patrick Tierney
6. {CAN} Samuel Tharmaratnam
7. {USA} Jacob Haversat
8. {USA} Daniel Cathron




 

GP Las Vegas (S)

Date: 16–17 June 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 2562

1. {BRA} Thiago Saporito
2. {USA} Steve Rubin
3. {USA} Paul Herr
4. {USA} Sam Pardee
5. {CHN} Bolun Zhang
6. {USA} Tzu-Mainn Chen
7. {USA} Andrew Cuneo
8. {USA} Mike Sigrist




 

GP Las Vegas (M)

Date: 17–18 June 2017
Format: Modern
Attendance: 3410

1. {CAN} Mani Davoudi
2. {FRA} Theau Mery
3. {USA} Benjamin Coursey
4. {USA} Allen Wu
5. {USA} Matt Sorensen
6. {USA} Craig Wescoe
7. {USA} Daniel Wong
8. {USA} Paul Peterson




 

GP Sydney

Date: 24–25 June 2017
Format: Team Limited
Attendance: 852 (284 teams)

1. {AUS} James Wilks
1. {AUS} Simon Linabury
1. {AUS} Ivan Schroder

2. {JPN} Yuuya Watanabe
2. {JPN} Hajime Nakamura
2. {JPN} Yoshihiko Ikawa

3. {AUS} Jarron Puszet
3. {AUS} Dominic Z
3. {AUS} Karl Eyre

4. {NZL} Danny Liao
4. {NZL} Jing-Wei Zheng
4. {NZL} Brandon Wise

GP Cleveland[1]

Date: 24–25 June 2017
Format: Team Limited
Attendance: 1611 (537 teams)

1. {USA} Reid Duke
1. {USA} William Jensen
1. {USA} Owen Turtenwald

2. {CZE} Martin Jůza
2. {JPN} Shuhei Nakamura
2. {USA} Corey Burkhart

3. {USA} John Rolf
3. {USA} Brandon Ayers
3. {USA} Nathaniel Smith

4. {USA} Chris Ferber
4. {USA} Nick Neill
4. {USA} Josh Sellers

GP Kyōto

Date: 22–23 July 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 2398

1. {USA} William Jensen
2. {JPN} Atsuki Kihara
3. {DNK} Martin Müller
4. {USA} Jon Finkel
5. {CHN} Qi Wentao
6. {CAN} Pascal Maynard
7. {CAN} Xiao Yu Roy Yang
8. {JPN} Kazuki Yada




 

GP Toronto

Date: 22–23 July 2017
Format: Limited
Attendance: 1391

1. {CAN} Robert Anderson
2. {USA} Allen Sun
3. {USA} Ben Weitz
4. {USA} Matthew Nickolai
5. {USA} Andrew Cuneo
6. {CAN} Doug Potter
7. {CAN} Taimur Rashid
8. {CHN} You Cheng An




 


Pro Tour Hour of Devastation[edit | edit source]

28–30 July 2017 in Kyoto, Japan

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 {BRA} Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa $50,000 30 Twelfth Pro Tour Top 8, second Pro Tour win
2 {USA} Sam Pardee $20,000 26 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 {USA} Sam Black $15,000 24 Third Pro Tour Top 8
4 {HKG} Wing Chun Yam $12,500 22
5 {JPN} Shintaro Kurata $10,000 20 Pro Tour debut
6 {SGP} Felix Leong $9,000 18
7 {JPN} Yusuke Sasabe $7,500 17 Pro Tour debut
8 {USA} Seth Manfield $6,000 16 Third Pro Tour Top 8

References[edit | edit source]

  1. A QUICK UPDATE ON JUNE’S GRAND PRIX COLUMBUS. Wizards of the Coast (2017-01-19).