Mark Justice

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Mark Justice
Demographics
Born ca. 1970
Residence Sarasota, Florida, United States
Nationality {USA} American
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour New York 1996
Winnings $56,170 (as of 2018-08-06)
Pro Tour top 8s 4 (0 wins)
Grand Prix top 8s 0
Median Pro Tour Finish 32
Pro Tours Played 19
Lifetime Pro Points 133 (as of 2018-08-14)

Mark Justice is an American former professional player. He was by many considered the best player in the world around the time when the Magic Pro Tour was created; he was one of ten players to get an automatic invitation to the first Pro Tour, PT New York 1996, where he finished sixth.[1] Justice was the favorite to win the 1996 World Championship; however, he was defeated in the final by Australian Tom Chanpheng.[2] Justice went on to finish in the top eight of three more Pro Tours, but by the late 90s had retired from the game; his last Pro Tour was in 1999.

Accomplishments

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
Nationals Philadelphia Unknown July 15–16, 1995 1
Worlds Seattle Special August 5–7, 1995 3
Worlds Seattle National team August 5–7, 1995 1
1996 Pro Tour New York Standard February 16–18, 1996 6
1996 Worlds Seattle Special August 14–18, 1996 2
1996–97 Pro Tour Paris Block Constructed April 11–13, 1997 2
1997–98 Pro Tour New York Limited April 17–19, 1998 7

Source: Wizards.com

Pro Tour Results

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of Mark Justice
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
1996 New York Standard (New York Style) 6 $1,000
1996 Los Angeles Booster Draft 24 $1,150
1996 Colombus Block Constructed 101
1996 Worlds (Seattle) Special 2 $16,000
1996–97 Atlanta Sealed Deck 10 $3,200
1996–97 Dallas Standard 32 $1,850
1996–97 Los Angeles Rochester Draft 12 $3,200
1996–97 Paris Block Constructed 2 $16,000
1996–97 New York Booster Draft 48 $400
1996–97 Worlds (Seattle) Special 17 $2,400
1997–98 Chicago Extended 62 $410
1997–98 Mainz Rochester Draft 13 $3,110
1997–98 Los Angeles Block Constructed 117
1997–98 New York Booster Draft 7 $4,800
1997–98 Worlds (Seattle) Special 189
1998–99 Chicago Booster Draft 56 $500
1998–99 Los Angeles Rochester Draft 216
1998–99 Worlds (Tokyo) Special 200
1999–00 Washington, D.C. Team Limited 58

Source: Wizards.com

External links

References

  1. Mark Justice (2009-06-01). "Musings on the History of the Magic Pro Tour". Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved on 2015-09-25.
  2. Mark Rosewater (2006-07-26). "On Tour, Part 1". Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved on 2015-09-25.