Bertrand Lestrée

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Bertrand Lestrée
Demographics
Residence Juilly, Ile-De-France, France
Nationality {FRA} French
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour New York 1996
Pro Tour top 8s 1 (0 wins)
Grand Prix top 8s 0

Bertrand Lestrée is a French former professional player. One of the game's early stars, Lestrée was a pre-tournament favorite to win the first ever Worlds, the 1994 World Championship, but lost to Zak Dolan in the final.[1] At the first ever Pro Tour, PT New York 1996, he reached the final, where he lost to Michael Loconto.

Accomplishments

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
Nationals France Unknown 1994 1
Worlds Milwaukee Vintage 19–21 August 1994 2
1996 Pro Tour New York Standard 16–18 February 1996 2

Source: Wizards.com

Pro Tour Results

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of Bertrand Lestrée
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
1996 New York Standard (New York Style) 2 $5,000
1996 Los Angeles Booster Draft 122
1996 Colombus Block Constructed 101
1996 Worlds (Seattle) Special 53 $400
1996–97 Dallas Standard 50 $400
1996–97 Paris Block Constructed 149

Source: Wizards.com

External links

References

  1. Zak Dolan (2004-08-26). "ZAK DOLAN'S WORLDS DIARY". Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved on 2015-09-25.