David Reitbauer

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David Reitbauer
Demographics
Residence Vienna, Austria
Nationality {AUT} Austrian
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour New Orleans 2003
Pro Tour top 8s 1 (0 wins)
Grand Prix top 8s 1 (0 wins)
Median Pro Tour Finish 166
Pro Tours Played 25
Lifetime Pro Points 151 (as of 2018-08-14)

David Reitbauer is an Austrian former professional player. He is best known for his runner-up finish to André Coimbra at the 2009 World Championship. He also finished second with the Austrian national team at the 2007 World Championship.

Accomplishments[edit | edit source]

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
2007 Nationals Vienna Standard and Booster Draft 2007 4
2007 Worlds New York National team 6–9 December 2007 2
2009 Worlds Rome Special 19–22 November 2009 1
2012–13 Grand Prix London Limited 9–10 February 2013 4
2013–14 World Magic Cup Amsterdam National team 2–4 August 2013 5

Source: Wizards.com

Pro Tour results[edit | edit source]

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of David Reitbauer
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
2003–04 New Orleans Extended 168
2003–04 Kobe Block Constructed 104
2005 Nagoya Rochester Draft 175
2006 Worlds (Paris) Special 72 $430
2007 Geneva Booster Draft 367
2007 Valencia Extended 330
2007 Worlds (New York) Special 103
2008 Hollywood Standard 43 $800
2008 Berlin Extended 180
2008 Worlds (Memphis) Special 134
2009 Kyoto Standard and Booster Draft 111
2009 Honolulu Block Constructed and Booster Draft 193
2009 Worlds (Rome) Special 2 $24,000
2010 San Diego Standard and Booster Draft 166
2010 San Juan Block Constructed and Booster Draft 141
2010 Amsterdam Extended and Booster Draft 188
2010 Worlds (Chiba) Special 223
2011 Philadelphia Modern and Booster Draft 413
2011 Worlds (San Francisco) Special 92
2012–13 Gatecrash in Montreal Standard and Booster Draft 204
2013–14 Theros in Dublin Standard and Booster Draft 90
2013–14 Journey into Nyx in Atlanta Block Constructed and Booster Draft 139
2014–15 Dragons of Tarkir in Brussels Standard and Booster Draft 310
2017–18 25th Anniversary in Minneapolis Team Constructed 12 $5,000

Source: Wizards.com

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