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Trey Van Cleave

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Trey Van Cleave
Demographics
Residence Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Nationality {USA} American
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour Paris 1997
Pro Tour top 8s 0
Grand Prix top 8s 8 (3 wins)
Median Pro Tour Finish 131
Pro Tours Played 25
Lifetime Pro Points 158 (as of 2018-08-14)

Richard "Trey" Van Cleave is an American former professional player. He was one of the most successful Grand Prix players during the early days of the professional scene, with three wins in seven total top eights. His best Pro Tour result was a 21st-place finish at Pro Tour New York 1999. He was a controversial player at the time, known for the photo of him peeking at Zvi Mowshowitz' cards during a draft at Grand Prix Boston 2003,[1] for which he was banned from the game for two years, having already served a six-month suspension.[2] He returned to the Pro Tour in 2014, with appearances at PT Born of the Gods and PT Journey into Nyx; he also started streaming Magic on Twitch.

Accomplishments[edit | edit source]

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
1998–99 Grand Prix Austin Standard 10–11 October 1998 4
1998–99 Grand Prix San Francisco Limited 23–24 January 1999 1
1999–00 Grand Prix Philadelphia Extended 19–20 February 2000 1
2000–01 Masters New York Extended 29 September–1 October 2000 3
2000–01 Grand Prix Cologne Limited 24–25 February 2001 3
2000–01 Grand Prix Prague Limited 10–11 March 2001 4
2001–02 Grand Prix Oslo Block Constructed 22–23 September 2001 1
2002–03 Grand Prix New Orleans Extended 3–4 January 2003 8
2017–18 Grand Prix Atlanta Standard 11–12 November 2017 5

Source: Wizards.com

Pro Tour results[edit | edit source]

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of Trey Van Cleave
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
1996–97 Paris Block Constructed 101
1997–98 Chicago Extended 110
1998–99 Rome Extended 131
1998–99 Los Angeles Rochester Draft 161
1998–99 New York Block Constructed 21 $1,940
1998–99 Worlds (Tokyo) Special 60 $500
1999–00 Washington, D.C. Team Limited 54
1999–00 London Booster Draft 246
1999–00 Chicago Extended 47 $590
1999–00 Los Angeles Booster Draft 315
1999–00 New York Block Constructed 245
2000–01 New York Team Limited 31
2000–01 Chicago Standard 85
2000–01 Los Angeles Rochester Draft 64 $500
2000–01 Tokyo Block Constructed 77
2000–01 Barcelona Booster Draft 23 $2,000
2000–01 Worlds (Toronto) Special 38 $950
2001–02 New York Team Limited 96
2001–02 New Orleans Extended DQ [I]
2013–14 Born of the Gods in Valencia Modern and Booster Draft 255
2013–14 Journey into Nyx in Atlanta Block Constructed and Booster Draft 108
2015–16 Eldritch Moon in Sydney Standard and Booster Draft 194
2017–18 Rivals of Ixalan in Bilbao Modern and Booster Draft 405
2017–18 Dominaria in Richmond Standard and Booster Draft 343
2017–18 25th Anniversary in Minneapolis Team Constructed 162
2018–19 Guilds of Ravnica in Atlanta Standard and Booster Draft 478
2018–19 Mythic Championship Cleveland 2019 Standard and Booster Draft 459 $500

Source: Wizards.com

See also[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

^I Van Cleave was disqualified from Pro Tour New Orleans 2001 for attempted bribery.[3]

External links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Ben Bleiweiss. "Ben's Ten: The 10 Most Memorable DQs of All Time!". StarCityGames. Retrieved on 2016-05-10.
  2. Suspended DCI Members Update. Brainburst.com. Retrieved on 2016-05-10.
  3. Trey Van Cleave Disqualified. Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved on 2016-05-10.