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Gaudenis Vidugiris

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Gaudenis Vidugiris
Demographics
Nickname Gau
Born July 17, 1984
Residence New York City, United States
Nationality {USA} American
{LTU} Lithuanian
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour Yokohama 2007
Winnings $110,085 (as of 2018-08-06)
Pro Tour top 8s 2 (0 wins)
Grand Prix top 8s 8 (3 wins)
Median Pro Tour Finish 131
Pro Tours Played 37
Lifetime Pro Points 328 (as of 2018-08-14)

Gaudenis Vidugiris is an American-Lithuanian former professional player. His best finishes include a sixth-place finish at Pro Tour Nagoya 2011, and a second-place finish at Pro Tour Avacyn Restored in 2012.

Accomplishments[edit | edit source]

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
2008 Grand Prix Indianapolis Limited 21–22 June 2008 2
2008 Nationals Lithuania Standard and Booster Draft 3
2009 Grand Prix Hanover Extended 13–14 March 2009 2
2009 Grand Prix Niigata Limited 29–30 August 2009 7
2009 Grand Prix Tampa Bay Limited 24–25 October 2009 1
2011 Grand Prix Denver Limited 19–20 February 2011 1
2011 Pro Tour Nagoya Block Constructed and Booster Draft 10–12 June 2011 6
2012 Pro Tour Barcelona Block Constructed and Booster Draft 11–13 May 2012 2
2012–13 Grand Prix Atlanta Legacy 30 June–1 July 2012 1
2014–15 Grand Prix Nashville Team Limited 1–2 November 2014 4
2014–15 Grand Prix Atlantic City Limited 9–10 May 2015 7

Source: Wizards.com

Pro Tour Results[edit | edit source]

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of Gaudenis Vidugiris
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
2007 Yokohama Block Constructed 54 $610
2007 San Diego Two-Headed Giant Booster Draft 13 $2,500
2007 Valencia Extended 118
2008 Kuala Lumpur Booster Draft 89
2008 Berlin Extended 161
2008 Worlds (Memphis) Special 135
2009 Kyoto Standard and Booster Draft 201
2009 Honolulu Block Constructed and Booster Draft 18 $3,250
2009 Austin Extended and Booster Draft 208
2009 Worlds (Rome) Special 129
2010 San Diego Standard and Booster Draft 28 $1,600
2010 San Juan Block Constructed and Booster Draft 13 $5,000
2010 Amsterdam Extended and Booster Draft 26 $1,800
2010 Worlds (Chiba) Special 303
2011 Paris Standard and Booster Draft 144
2011 Nagoya Block Constructed and Booster Draft 6 $10,500
2011 Philadelphia Modern and Booster Draft 215
2011 Worlds (San Francisco) Special 320
2012 Dark Ascension in Honolulu Standard and Booster Draft 131
2012 Avacyn Restored in Barcelona Block Constructed and Booster Draft 2 $20,000
2012–13 Return to Ravnica in Seattle Modern and Booster Draft 138
2012–13 Gatecrash in Montreal Standard and Booster Draft 33 $1,500
2012–13 Dragon's Maze in San Diego Block Constructed and Booster Draft 159
2013–14 Theros in Dublin Standard and Booster Draft DQ[I]
2013–14 Born of the Gods in Valencia Modern and Booster Draft 12 $5,000
2013–14 Journey into Nyx in Atlanta Block Constructed and Booster Draft 125
2013–14 Magic 2015 in Portland Standard and Booster Draft 48 $1,500
2014–15 Khans of Tarkir in Honolulu Standard and Booster Draft 68 $1,000
2014–15 Fate Reforged in Washington, D.C. Modern and Booster Draft 67 $1,000
2014–15 Dragons of Tarkir in Brussels Standard and Booster Draft 151
2014–15 Magic Origins in Vancouver Standard and Booster Draft 162
2015–16 Battle for Zendikar in Milwaukee Standard and Booster Draft 59 $1,000
2015–16 Oath of the Gatewatch in Atlanta Modern and Booster Draft 173
2015–16 Shadows over Innistrad in Madrid Standard and Booster Draft 347
2015–16 Eldritch Moon in Sydney Standard and Booster Draft 160
2016–17 Kaladesh in Honolulu Standard and Booster Draft 210
2017–18 Ixalan in Albuquerque Standard and Booster Draft 297
2017–18 25th Anniversary in Minneapolis Team Constructed 97

Source: Wizards.com

Notes[edit | edit source]

^I Vidugiris was disqualified from Pro Tour Theros in Round 1 for Unsporting Conduct — Cheating. Vidugiris was found to be covering up an incorrectly drawn number of cards to begin a game.[1]

External links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Trick Jarret (2013-10-11). "Disqualification in Round 1". Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved on 2015-09-22.