Neal Oliver

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Neal Oliver
Demographics
Nickname trumpetman88
Born December 1, 1988
Residence Berkeley, California, United States
Nationality {USA} American
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour Theros 2013
Pro Tour top 8s 0
Grand Prix top 8s 4 (1 win)
Median Pro Tour Finish 211
Pro Tours Played 12
Lifetime Pro Points 117 (as of 2018-08-14)

Neal Oliver is an American Magic player. He is best known for winning Grand Prix Las Vegas 2013, the largest single Magic tournament to date. He followed up the win with two runner-up Grand Prix finishes, at GP Oakland 2013 and at GP Ottawa 2014. Oliver also represented his country at the 2014 World Magic Cup, finishing fourth as a member of the United States national team.

Accomplishments[edit | edit source]

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
2013–14 Grand Prix Las Vegas Limited 22–23 June 2013 1
2013–14 Grand Prix Oakland Limited 24–25 August 2013 2
2014–15 Grand Prix Ottawa Limited 22–23 November 2014 2
2014–15 World Magic Cup Nice National team 5–7 December 2014 4
2017–18 Grand Prix Indianapolis Team Limited 20–21 January 2018 3

Source: Wizards.com

Pro Tour results[edit | edit source]

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of Neal Oliver
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
2013–14 Theros in Dublin Standard and Booster Draft 232
2013–14 Born of the Gods in Valencia Modern and Booster Draft 159
2013–14 Journey into Nyx in Atlanta Block Constructed and Booster Draft 53 $1,000
2014–15 Khans of Tarkir in Honolulu Standard and Booster Draft 196
2014–15 Fate Reforged in Washington, D.C. Modern and Booster Draft 226
2014–15 Magic Origins in Vancouver Standard and Booster Draft 64 $1,000
2015–16 Battle for Zendikar in Milwaukee Standard and Booster Draft 315
2015–16 Oath of the Gatewatch in Atlanta Modern and Booster Draft 134
2015–16 Shadows over Innistrad in Madrid Standard and Booster Draft 161
2016–17 Kaladesh in Honolulu Standard and Booster Draft 437
2017–18 Rivals of Ixalan in Bilbao Modern and Booster Draft 383
2017–18 25th Anniversary in Minneapolis Team Constructed 150

Source: Wizards.com

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