World Championship Decks/2000

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2000 World Championship Decks, Brussels

The 2000 World Championship took place on August 2–6, 2000 in Brussels, Belgium. Four decks were released as part of the World Championship Decks series with gold-bordered cards.

Decklists[edit | edit source]

Jon Finkel, World Champion[edit | edit source]

"Jon Finkel's explosive, mono-blue deck used artifacts such as Grim Monolith, Metalworker, and Voltaic Key to generate huge amounts of mana. The mana, in turn, put large creatures into play to finish off stunned opponents."

Mono-Blue Tinker

Janosch Kühn, Quarterfinalist[edit | edit source]

"Janosch Kühn's red-green deck used Birds of Paradise and Llanowar Elves to build up mana early in the game. Kuhn then delivered the finishing punch with mana-denial cards, such as Stone Rain and Plow Under."

Angry Non-Hermit

Tom van de Logt, Quarterfinalist[edit | edit source]

"Tom van de Logt's Replenish deck uses cards like Attunement and Frantic Search to put powerful enchantments into the graveyard. Then he used Replenish to put all of the enchantments back into play at once and pound his opponents."


Nicolas Labarre, Quarterfinalist[edit | edit source]

"Nicolas Labarre's combo deck, called Chimera, used searching cards to fetch Fecundity, Saproling Cluster, and Ashnod's Altar so he could generate unlimited mana. With this mana Labarre used Blaze or Whetstone to plow right over his opponents."