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|Pro Tour debut||2007 World Championships (New York)|
|Winnings||$88,325 (as of 2018-08-06)|
|Pro Tour top 8s||2 (0 wins)|
|Grand Prix top 8s||6 (1 win)|
|Median Pro Tour Finish||94|
|Pro Tours Played||22|
|Lifetime Pro Points||197 (as of 2018-08-14)|
History[edit | edit source]
He is well known for his love of Rogue strategies which feature unconventional card choices, and decks that are not believed to be viable in a format. He won GP Orlando, was the runner-up at Grand Prix Tampa 2009, and finished in the Top 8 of Grand Prix Oakland 2010. Additionally, he finished in the Top 4 of Pro Tour Honolulu 2009 and Worlds 2011.
He also used to write the Daily Decklist feature on magicthegathering.com, in which he presented unusual or interesting decks that recently found success either on Magic Online or in larger tournaments.
Woods was issued a lifetime DCI ban, effective August 21, 2019.
Personal life[edit | edit source]
On July 17th 2019, Woods was arrested and charged with suspicion of 2nd degree criminal sexual penetration and aggravated battery.
Accomplishments[edit | edit source]
|2009||Pro Tour||Honolulu||Block Constructed and Booster Draft||5–7 June 2009||4|
|2009||Grand Prix||Tampa||Limited||24–25 October 2009||2|
|2010||Grand Prix||Oakland||Extended||13–14 February 2010||3|
|2010||Grand Prix||Nashville||Limited||20–21 November 2010||6|
|2011||Worlds||San Francisco||Special||17–20 November 2011||3|
|2012||Grand Prix||Orlando||Standard||14–15 January 2012||1|
|2012–13||Grand Prix||San Jose||Team Limited||13–14 October 2012||3 [I]|
|2012–13||Grand Prix||San Antonio||Standard||24–25 November 2012||3|
→ Source: Wizards.com
Pro Tour Results[edit | edit source]
|2007||Worlds (New York)||Special||154|
|2009||Honolulu||Block Constructed and Booster Draft||4||$13,000|
|2009||Austin||Extended and Booster Draft||97|
|2010||San Diego||Standard and Booster Draft||232|
|2010||San Juan||Block Constructed and Booster Draft||236|
|2010||Amsterdam||Extended and Booster Draft||22||$2,400|
|2011||Paris||Standard and Booster Draft||268|
|2011||Nagoya||Block Constructed and Booster Draft||326|
|2011||Philadelphia||Modern and Booster Draft||23||$2,200|
|2011||Worlds (San Francisco)||Special||3||$15,000|
|2012||Dark Ascension in Honolulu||Standard and Booster Draft||292|
|2012||Avacyn Restored in Barcelona||Block Constructed and Booster Draft||171|
|2012–13||Return to Ravnica in Seattle||Modern and Booster Draft||90|
|2012–13||Gatecrash in Montreal||Standard and Booster Draft||14||$5,000|
|2012–13||Dragon's Maze in San Diego||Block Constructed and Booster Draft||72||$1,000|
|2013–14||Theros in Dublin||Standard and Booster Draft||36||$1,500|
|2013–14||Born of the Gods in Valencia||Modern and Booster Draft||338|
|2013–14||Journey into Nyx in Atlanta||Block Constructed and Booster Draft||33||$1,500|
|2013–14||Magic 2015 in Portland||Standard and Booster Draft||86|
|2014–15||Khans of Tarkir in Honolulu||Standard and Booster Draft||333|
→ Source: Wizards.com
Notes[edit | edit source]
- ^I Woods finished third at Grand Prix San Jose 2012 with teammates Owen Turtenwald and Eric Froehlich, and although the cutoff was to the top 2 teams instead of the usual top 4 for team events, it has been recognized as a counting Grand Prix top 8 finish by Wizards of the Coast.
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- Top 200 All-Time Money Leaders
- Lifetime Pro Tour Top 8s
- Lifetime Grand Prix Top 8s
- List of players by lifetime Pro Points (requires Planeswalker Points login)
References[edit | edit source]
- David McCoy (July 17, 2019). "Former MTG Pro Conley Woods Arrested for Sexual Assault in Santa Fe". Hipsters of the Coast.
- Grand Prix San Jose Round 17 Standings. Wizards of the Coast (2012-10-14). Retrieved on 2014-09-08.