2017–18 Pro Tour Season

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2017–18 Pro Tour Season
Player of the Year undetermined
Rookie of the Year undetermined
World Champion United States.png William Jensen
Hall of Fame inductions United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton
Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza
Pro Tours 4
Grand Prix events undetermined
Previous season:
2016–17
Next season:
2018–19

The 2017–18 Pro Tour season is the twenty-third Pro Tour season. It started on 5 August 2017 with Grand Prix Minneapolis, and will finish on 3 August 2018 with the conclusion of Pro Tour 25th Anniversary.

Grand Prix (August–October 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Minneapolis GP Birmingham GP São Paulo GP Denver
 Date: 5–6 August 2017  Date: 12–13 August 2017  Date: 12–13 August 2017  Date: 19–20 August 2017
 Format: Standard  Format: Modern  Format: Modern  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1150  Attendance: 1743  Attendance: 1200  Attendance: 1188
 1. United States.png Steve Locke  1. France.png Loïc Le Briand  1. Brazil.png Joao Lelis  1. United States.png Brad Nelson
 2. United States.png Corey Baumeister  2. Luxembourg.png Steve Hatto  2. Brazil.png Vitor Grassato  2. United States.png Brian Braun-Duin
 3. United States.png Ray Huang  3. Denmark.png Oscar Christensen  3. Brazil.png Danilo Ramos Mopesto  3. United States.png John Rolf
 4. United States.png Matt Sikkink Johnson  4. Spain.png Alberto Galicia  4. Brazil.png Rafael Costa Zaghi  4. United States.png Corey Baumeister
 5. United States.png Robert Castro  5. Poland.png Piotr Glogowski  5. Brazil.png Carlos Romão  5. United States.png Collin Rountree
 6. United States.png Brad Nelson  6. Spain.png Ivan De Castro Sanchez  6. Chile.png Fabian Nunez  6. United States.png Sam Pardee
 7. United States.png Daniel Weiser  7. England.png George Channing  7. Argentina.png Julian Reyes  7. United States.png Gregory Michel
 8. United States.png Nathan Lothamer  8. Denmark.png Simon Nielsen  8. Brazil.png Jean Sato  8. United States.png Zachary Kiihne
GP Metz GP Indianapolis GP Turin
 Date: 26–27 August 2017  Date: 26–27 August 2017  Date: 2–3 September 2017
 Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1483  Attendance: 1187  Attendance: 926
 1. Italy.png Francesco Fritto Hugony  1. United States.png Andrew Cuneo  1. Slovenia.png Robin Dolar
 2. United States.png Martin Jůza  2. United States.png Kyle Boggemes  2. Netherlands.png Leon van der Linden
 3. Germany.png Heiko Lehnert  3. United States.png Steve Rubin  3. Italy.png Dario Parazzoli
 4. Switzerland.png Theophile Delavy  4. United States.png Andrew Funkhouser  4. Germany.png Marius Heuser
 5. Austria.png Elias Klocker  5. United States.png Kristopher McCord  5. Italy.png Andrea Sonzogni
 6. Netherlands.png Mitchell Manders  6. United States.png Michael Peretz  6. France.png Alain Bardini
 7. Denmark.png Christoffer Enggaard Larsen  7. United States.png Richard Richey  7. Germany.png Christian Hauck
 8. Germany.png Wolfgang Bach  8. United States.png Eli Kassis  8. Denmark.png Simon Nielsen
GP Washington, D.C. GP Shizuoka GP Providence
 Date: 2–3 September 2017  Date: 30 September–1 October 2017  Date: 30 September–1 October 2017
 Format: Standard  Format: Team Limited  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance: 1566  Attendance: 1674 (558 teams)  Attendance: 1689 (563 teams)
 1. United States.png Matt Severa  1. Japan.png Michio Abe
 1. Japan.png Syo Hayakawa
 1. Japan.png Kentarou Tachibana
 1. United States.png Andrew Baeckstrom
 1. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza
 1. United States.png Corey Burkhart
 2. United States.png Collins Mullen
 3. China.png Yuxuan Zhu
 4. United States.png Corey Baumeister  2. Singapore.png Kelvin Chew
 2. Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian
 2. France.png Jérémy Dezani
 2. United States.png Owen Turtenwald
 2. United States.png William Jensen
 2. United States.png Reid Duke
 5. China.png Bolun Zhang
 6. Puerto Rico.png Jose Neris
 7. United States.png Bradley Yoo  3. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe
 3. Japan.png Hajime Nakamura
 3. Japan.png Shōta Yasooka
 3. China.png Lucas Muxi Li
 3. China.png Zile Yao
 3. China.png Haoran Ling
 8. United States.png Robert DiMaggio
 
   4. Japan.png Taisuke Ishii
 4. Japan.png Sugaya Hironobu
 4. Japan.png Yukio Kozakai
 4. United States.png Will Sullivan
 4. United States.png John Twardowski
 4. United States.png Cody Delpozzo

2017 World Championship[edit | edit source]

6–8 October 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Rank Player Prize Pro Points
1 United States.png William Jensen $100,000 13
2 Spain.png Javier Dominguez $50,000 8
3 United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton $25,000 6
4 Singapore.png Kelvin Chew $25,000 6

Grand Prix (October 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Hong Kong GP Liverpool GP Phoenix
 Date: 28–29 October 2017  Date: 28–29 October 2017  Date: 28–29 October 2017
 Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 727  Attendance: 1209  Attendance: 1114
 1. Japan.png Rei Sato  1. England.png Marc Purvis  1. United States.png Sean Miller
 2. Canada.png Farrand Lee  2. Germany.png Torsten Anders  2. United States.png Reid Duke
 3. Australia.png Jacob Hart  3. Germany.png Thoralf Severin  3. Canada.png Paul Dean
 4. Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian  4. Portugal.png Bernardo Santos  4. Sweden.png Anton Jonsson
 5. Vietnam.png Vinod Prabhu  5. Italy.png Carmine D'Aniello  5. United States.png Jacob Nagro
 6. Singapore.png Jun Hao Tay  6. Switzerland.png Hannes Mauch  6. United States.png Christopher Finley
 7. Hong Kong.png Hoi Chick  7. Netherlands.png Friso Abcouwer  7. United States.png Christian Calcano
 8. Japan.png Kazuyuki Takimura  8. Estonia.png Karl Sarap  8. United States.png Kai Ruan

Pro Tour Ixalan[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pro Tour Ixalan

3–5 November 2017 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 United States.png Seth Manfield $50,000 30 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
2 Canada.png Pascal Maynard $20,000 28 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png John Rolf $15,000 24
4 United States.png Samuel Ihlenfeldt $12,500 22 Pro Tour debut
5 United States.png Mike Sigrist $10,000 20 Third Pro Tour Top 8
6 Germany.png Christian Hauck $9,000 18
7 France.png Guillaume Matignon $7,500 17 Third Pro Tour Top 8
8 Poland.png Piotr Glogowski $6,000 16 First Pole in a Pro Tour Top 8

Grand Prix (November 2017)[edit | edit source]

GP Shanghai GP Warsaw GP Atlanta
 Date: 11–12 November 2017  Date: 11–12 November 2017  Date: 11–12 November 2017
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 714  Attendance: 1246  Attendance: 1397
 1. China.png Song Huachao  1. France.png Jean-Emmanuel Depraz  1. United States.png Alex Lloyd
 2. Japan.png Hironao Tanaka  2. Italy.png Valerio Luminati  2. United States.png Ben Stark
 3. Hong Kong.png Wing Chun Yam  3. France.png Louis Bauchaud  3. Spain.png Sergio Garcia
 4. Japan.png Okada Naoya  4. France.png Samuel Vuillot  4. United States.png Lawrence Vess
 5. Japan.png Takuma Morofuji  5. Russia.png Alexander Privalov  5. United States.png Trey Van Cleave
 6. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe  6. Poland.png Jedrek Szmyd  6. United States.png Corey Baumeister
 7. Hong Kong.png Lee Wing Tat  7. Poland.png Grzegorz Kowalski  7. Czech Republic.png Petr Sochůrek
 8. Singapore.png Kelvin Chew  8. Estonia.png Hannes Kerem  8. United States.png Sam Zakrewski
GP Portland GP Lyon
 Date: 18–19 November 2017  Date: 25–26 November 2017
 Format: Standard  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance: 1688  Attendance: 1893 (631 teams)
 1. Israel.png Shahar Shenhar  1. Denmark.png Thomas Enevoldsen
 1. Denmark.png Christoffer Enggaard Larsen
 1. Denmark.png Michael Bonde
 2. United States.png Brandon Goe
 3. Canada.png James Stevenson
 4. United States.png Michael Bernat  2. Denmark.png Marcus Hensing
 2. Denmark.png Kasper Nielsen
 2. Denmark.png Alexander Pasgaard
 5. Denmark.png Christoffer Enggaard Larsen
 6. United States.png Alex Wilson
 7. United States.png Derek Candelario  3. Norway.png Mats Ellingsen
 3. Norway.png Sveinung Bjørnerud
 3. Switzerland.png Andreas Ganz
 8. Canada.png Stephen Barnett
 
   4. Italy.png Corrado De Sio
 4. Italy.png Jacopo Bartollini
 4. Italy.png Eli Gammaitoni

2017 World Magic Cup[edit | edit source]

Main article: 2017 World Magic Cup

1–3 December 2017 in Nice, France.

Place Country Player Prize Pro Points Place Country Player Prize Pro Points
1 Japan.png Japan Yuuya Watanabe $15,000 8 5 Wales.png Wales Philip Griffiths $4,000 5
Kenta Harane Sam Rolph
Shōta Yasooka Aaron Boyhan
2 Poland.png Poland Grzegorz Kowalski $8,500 7 6 Austria.png Austria Oliver Polak-Rottmann $4,000 5
Radek Kaczmarczyk Elias Klocker
Piotr Glogowski Adrian Johann Schrenk
3 Germany.png Germany Marc Tobiasch $6,000 6 7 China.png China Yuchen Liu $4,000 5
Philipp Krieger Lu Chao
Moritz Templin Gao Tan
4 Italy.png Italy Andrea Mengucci $6,000 6 8 Slovakia.png Slovakia Ivan Floch $4,000 5
Adriano Moscato Peter Snoha
Mattia Rizzi Ondrej Kedrovic

Grand Prix (December 2017–January 2018)[edit | edit source]

GP Madrid GP Oklahoma City GP Singapore GP New Jersey
 Date: 9–10 December 2017  Date: 9–10 December 2017  Date: 16–17 December 2017  Date: 16–17 December 2017
 Format: Team Modern  Format: Modern  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1875 (625 teams)  Attendance: 1415  Attendance: 574  Attendance: 1135
 1. Spain.png Rodrigo Togores
 1. Spain.png Cristian Ortiz Ros
 1. Spain.png Adrian Ramiro Cano
 1. United States.png Larry Li  1. Singapore.png Lim Zhong Yi  1. Canada.png Kale Thompson
 2. United States.png Adam Pannone  2. China.png Pan Minxing  2. United States.png Seth Manfield
 3. United States.png Nathaniel Smith  3. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito  3. United States.png Gerard Fabiano
 2. Argentina.png Luis Salvatto
 2. Argentina.png Pedro De Diego
 2. Peru.png Francisco Sifuentes
 4. United States.png Seth Manfield  4. China.png Gu Rong  4. United States.png Mike Sigrist
 5. United States.png Patrick Tierney  5. Hong Kong.png Wing Chun Yam  5. United States.png Daniel Weiser
 6. United States.png Julian John  6. Japan.png Kenta Harane  6. Austria.png Valentin Mackl
 3. Belgium.png Kasper Brans
 3. Belgium.png Luca Van Deun
 3. Belgium.png Wouter Biesmans
 7. United States.png Raymond Detiveaux  7. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura  7. United States.png Nicholas Mohammed
 8. United States.png Michael Byars  8. Philippines.png Jefferson Lee  8. United States.png Joshua Taylor
     
 4. Germany.png Marius Heuser
 4. Germany.png Xiaoliang Yang
 4. Germany.png Christian Hauck
     
     
     
GP Santa Clara GP Indianapolis GP London GP Houston
 Date: 6–7 January 2018  Date: 20–21 January 2018  Date: 27–28 January 2018  Date: 27–28 January 2018
 Format: Team Trios Constructed  Format: Team Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:
 1. United States.png William Ho
 1. United States.png John Martin
 1. United States.png Jeremy Frye
 
 
 
   
   
   
 2. United States.png Jonathan Anghelescu
 2. Indonesia.png Vidianto Wijaya
 2. United States.png Logan Nettles
 
 
 
   
   
   
 3. United States.png Galan Falakfarsa
 3. United States.png Dan Mabee
 3. United States.png Isaac Sears
 
 
 
   
   
   
 4. United States.png Joe Demestrio
 4. United States.png Nathan Holiday
 4. United States.png Ricky Sidher
 
 
 
   

Pro Tour Rivals of Ixalan[edit | edit source]

2–4 February 2018 in Bilbao, Spain.

Grand Prix (February–May 2018)[edit | edit source]

GP Toronto GP Lyon GP Memphis GP Madrid
 Date: 10–11 February 2018  Date: 17–18 February 2018  Date: 24–25 February 2018  Date: 10–11 March 2018
 Format: Modern  Format: Modern  Format: Standard  Format: Team Trios Constructed
 Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:
       
 
 
     
     
       
 
 
     
     
       
 
 
     
     
       
 
 
GP Santiago GP Phoenix GP Kyoto GP Amsterdam
 Date: 10–11 March 2018  Date: 17–18 March 2018  Date: 24–25 March 2018  Date: 31 March–1 April 2018
 Format: Team Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Team Trios Constructed  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
GP Seattle GP Seattle GP Sydney GP Hartford
 Date: 5–6 April 2018  Date: 7–8 April 2018  Date: 14–15 April 2018  Date: 14–15 April 2018
 Format: Legacy  Format: Standard  Format: Team Modern  Format: Modern
 Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:
     
 
 
 
     
     
     
 
 
 
     
     
     
 
 
 
     
     
     
 
 
 
     
   
GP Bologna GP Colombus GP Beijing GP Dallas
 Date: 28–29 April 2018  Date: 28–29 April 2018  Date: 5–6 May 2018  Date: 5–6 May 2018
 Format: Team Limited  Format: Team Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Limited
 Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
   
GP Birmingham GP Birmingham GP Toronto GP Washington, D.C.
 Date: 10–11 May 2018  Date: 12–13 May 2018  Date: 19–20 May 2018  Date: 26–27 May 2018
 Format: Legacy  Format: Standard  Format: Team Trios Constructed  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:
   
 
 
   
 
 
   
   
   
 
 
   
 
 
   
   
   
 
 
   
 
 
   
   
   
 
 
   
 
 

Pro Tour Dominaria[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pro Tour Dominaria

1–3 June 2018 in Richmond, Virginia, United States.

Grand Prix (June–July 2018)[edit | edit source]

GP Singapore GP Copenhagen GP Las Vegas
 Date: 9–10 June 2018  Date: 9–10 June 2018  Date: 14–15 June 2018
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Modern
 Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
GP Las Vegas GP Pittsburgh GP Barcelona
 Date: 14–15 June 2018  Date: 23–24 June 2018  Date: 30 June–1 July 2018
 Format: Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Modern
 Attendance:  Attendance:  Attendance:
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Pro Tour 25th Anniversary[edit | edit source]

3–5 August 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States.