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2012–13 Pro Tour Season

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2012–13 Pro Tour Season
Player of the Year United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton
Rookie of the Year Chile.png Felipe Tapia Becerra
World Champion Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe [I]
Hall of Fame inductions Brazil.png Paulo Vitor D. da Rosa
Japan.png Kenji Tsumura
Japan.png Masashi Oiso
United States.png Patrick Chapin
Pro Tours 3
Grand Prix events 44
Previous season:
2012
Next season:
2013–14

The 2012–13 Pro Tour season was the eighteenth Pro Tour season. It started on 19 May 2012 with Grand Prix Malmö, and ended on 19 May 2013 with the conclusion of Pro Tour Dragon's Maze.

Grand Prix (May–July 2012)[edit | edit source]

GP Malmö GP Minneapolis GP Anaheim GP Manila
 Date: 19–20 May 2012  Date: 19–20 May 2012  Date: 26–27 May 2012  Date: 16–17 June 2012
 Format: Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Block Constructed  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 922  Attendance: 1052  Attendance: 938  Attendance: 1108
 1. Italy.png Matteo Versari  1. United States.png Christian Calcano  1. United States.png Marc Lalague  1. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe
 2. Sweden.png Oscar Almgren  2. United States.png Brad Nelson  2. United States.png Paul Rietzl  2. Malaysia.png Rick Lee
 3. Denmark.png Søren Larsen  3. United States.png Rick Stout  3. United States.png Noah Koessel  3. Japan.png Hironobu Sugaya
 4. Spain.png Pere Llimós Muntal  4. Canada.png Stephen Bishop  4. United States.png Eric Froehlich  4. Philippines.png Richmond Tan
 5. Germany.png Jasper Grimmer  5. United States.png Taylor Laehn  5. United States.png Michael Hopkins  5. Philippines.png Jonathan Luces
 6. Sweden.png Jon Westberg  6. United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton  6. United States.png Brian Kibler  6. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza
 7. Italy.png Samuele Estratti  7. United States.png Ben Friedman  7. United States.png Alex Sittner  7. Singapore.png Weng Heng Soh
 8. Sweden.png David Hylander  8. United States.png Jerret Schultz  8. United States.png Jason Rosellini  8. Philippines.png Jacklord Nerez
GP Yokohama GP Vancouver GP Atlanta GP Ghent
 Date: 23–24 June 2012  Date: 23–24 June 2012  Date: 30 June–1 July 2012  Date: 21–22 July 2012
 Format: Modern  Format: Limited  Format: Legacy  Format: Legacy
 Attendance: 1523  Attendance: 849  Attendance: 905  Attendance: 1345
 1. Japan.png Jyun'ichi Miyajima  1. United States.png David Stroud  1. Lithuania.png Gaudenis Vidugiris  1. Germany.png Timo Schünemann
 2. Japan.png Kei Umehara  2. Canada.png Jeremey Schofield  2. United States.png Michael Majors  2. Germany.png Lukas Maurer
 3. Japan.png Satoshi Yamaguchi  3. Canada.png Steven Riecken  3. United States.png Daryl Ayers  3. Italy.png Emanuele Marcotti
 4. Japan.png Toshiyuki Kadooka  4. Ireland.png Marcin Sciesinski  4. United States.png Fred Edelkamp  4. Sweden.png Elias Watsfeldt
 5. Japan.png Hiroya Miyamoto  5. Canada.png Colin Miller  5. United States.png Ben Stark  5. Finland.png Max Sjöblom
 6. Japan.png Yuki Yotsumoto  6. United States.png Brian Wong  6. United States.png J. Sawyer Lucy  6. Austria.png Elias Klocker
 7. Japan.png Youichi Nagami  7. Canada.png Sean Peterson  7. Venezuela.png Gerardo Fedon  7. Italy.png Andreas Milillo
 8. Japan.png Masaki Ushijima  8. United States.png Morgan Chang  8. United States.png Sam Black  8. France.png Tristan Polzl
GP São Paulo GP Columbus GP Shanghai
 Date: 21–22 July 2012  Date: 21–22 July 2012  Date: 28–29 July 2012
 Format: Limited  Format: Modern  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 738  Attendance: 1046  Attendance: 836
 1. Brazil.png Reinaldo Gomes da Silva Jr.  1. United States.png Jacob Maynard  1. China.png Bo Li
 2. Brazil.png Rodrigo Gonçalves dos Santos  2. Canada.png Lucas Siow  2. China.png Fengwen Gu
 3. Brazil.png Thiago Oliveira  3. United States.png Max Tietze  3. China.png Nan Wu
 4. Brazil.png José Francisco Dantas Mangueira da Silva  4. United States.png Aaron Estrin  4. Japan.png Rei Satou
 5. Brazil.png Luiz Henrique Martine de Lima  5. Israel.png Shahar Shenhar  5. China.png Yang Wang
 6. Argentina.png Guido Quintana  6. United States.png Chris Piland  6. Singapore.png Nicholas Jonathan Wong
 7. Brazil.png Rafael Mendonca  7. United States.png Orrin Beasley  7. New Zealand.png Xiang Xue Song
 8. Venezuela.png Daniel Fior  8. United States.png Caleb Estrada  8. Japan.png Toshiya Kanegawa

2012 World Magic Cup[edit | edit source]

Main article: 2012 World Magic Cup

16–19 August 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.

Place Country Player Prize Pro Points Place Country Player Prize Pro Points
1 Taiwan.png Taiwan Tzu Ching Kuo $10,000 8 5 Croatia.png Croatia Grgur Petric Maretic $1,500 5
Tung-Yi Cheng $10,000 8 Toni Portolan $1,500 5
Yu Min Yang $10,000 8 Stjepan Sučić $1,500 5
Paul Renie $10,000 8 Goran Elez $1,500 5
2 Puerto Rico.png Puerto Rico Jorge Iramain $5,000 7 6 Scotland.png Scotland Stephen Murray $1,500 5
Gabriel Nieves $5,000 7 Bradley Barclay $1,500 5
Cesar Soto $5,000 7 Andrew Morrison $1,500 5
Jonathan Paez $5,000 7 Chris Davie $1,500 5
3 Poland.png Poland Tomek Pedrakowski $2,500 6 7 Philippines.png Philippines Andrew Cantillana $1,500 5
Mateusz Kopeć $2,500 6 Gerald Camangon $1,500 5
Adam Bubacz $2,500 6 Zax Ozaki $1,500 5
Jan Pruchniewicz $2,500 6 Jeremy Bryan Domocmat $1,500 5
4 Hungary.png Hungary Tamás Glied $2,500 6 8 Slovakia.png Slovakia Robert Jurkovic $1,500 5
Gabor Kocsis $2,500 6 Ivan Floch $1,500 5
Tamás Nagy $2,500 6 Filip Valis $1,500 5
Máté Schrick $2,500 6 Patrik Surab $1,500 5

Grand Prix (August 2012)[edit | edit source]

GP Boston
 Date: 25–26 August 2012
 Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1845
 1. United States.png Brian Demars
 2. United States.png Robert Victory
 3. United States.png Cedric Phillips
 4. United States.png Alex Lloyd
 5. United States.png Kevin Michael
 6. United States.png Jason Ford
 7. Austria.png Thomas Holzinger
 8. Japan.png Shota Yasooka

2012 Magic Players Championship[edit | edit source]

29–31 August 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.

Rank Player Prize Pro points
1 Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe $40,000 11
2 Japan.png Shota Yasooka $20,000 13
3 Brazil.png Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa $10,000 7
4 United States.png Jon Finkel $10,000 7

Grand Prix (September–October 2012)[edit | edit source]

GP Moscow GP San Jose, Costa Rica GP San Jose, USA
 Date: 15–16 September 2012  Date: 15–16 September 2012  Date: 13–14 October 2012
 Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Team Limited
 Attendance: 869  Attendance: 364  Attendance: 1713 (571 teams)
 1. Italy.png Luca Casadei  1. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura  1. United States.png Matt Sperling
 1. United States.png David Williams
 1. United States.png Paul Rietzl
 2. Germany.png Wenzel Krautmann  2. United States.png David Sharfman
 3. Russia.png Petr Kuznetsov  3. United States.png Ben Stark
 4. Russia.png Roman Masaladzhiu  4. Brazil.png Willy Edel  2. Canada.png Maksym Gryn
 2. Canada.png Lucas Siow
 2. Canada.png Jamie Naylor
 5. Russia.png Anatoly Chuhwichev  5. United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton
 6. Estonia.png Hannes Kerem  6. United States.png David Ochoa
 7. Ukraine.png Konstantin Yarosh  7. United States.png AJ Sacher  3. United States.png Conley Woods
 3. United States.png Eric Froehlich
 3. United States.png Owen Turtenwald
 8. Russia.png Dmitriy Tolkatchov  8. Canada.png Pascal Maynard
   
     4. Slovakia.png Ivan Floch
 4. Czech Republic.png Lukas Jaklovsky
 4. Czech Republic.png Stanislav Cifka

Pro Tour Return to Ravnica[edit | edit source]

19–21 October 2012 in Seattle, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 Czech Republic.png Stanislav Cifka $40,000 30
2 Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe $20,000 24 Second Pro Tour Top 8
3 United States.png David Ochoa $12,500 22
4 Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian $12,500 22 First Hong Konger in a Pro Tour Top 8
5 Singapore.png Kelvin Chew $10,000 20
6 England.png Eduardo Sajgalik $10,000 20
7 Brazil.png Willy Edel $10,000 20 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
8 Brazil.png Pedro Carvalho $10,000 20

Grand Prix (October 2012–February 2013)[edit | edit source]

GP Philadelphia GP Auckland GP Lyon GP Chicago
 Date: 27–28 October 2012  Date: 3–4 November 2012  Date: 3–4 November 2012  Date: 10–11 November 2012
 Format: Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Modern  Format: Modern
 Attendance: 1986  Attendance: 264  Attendance: 1326  Attendance: 1113
 1. Japan.png Shuhei Nakamura  1. New Zealand.png Walker MacMurdo  1. France.png Jérémy Dezani  1. United States.png Jacob Wilson
 2. Czech Republic.png Lukas Jaklovsky  2. Australia.png Adam Witton  2. Germany.png Emanuel Sutor  2. United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton
 3. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  3. Japan.png Yoshitoki Sakai  3. France.png Mathieu Hautot  3. United States.png Alex Majlaton
 4. United States.png Greg Smith  4. Australia.png Dylan Brown  4. Italy.png Davide Colla  4. United States.png Edgar Flores
 5. United States.png Jake Gans  5. Australia.png Justin Cheung  5. England.png Peter Dun  5. United States.png Shane McDermott
 6. United States.png Harry Corvese  6. New Zealand.png John Denz  6. France.png Olivier Ruel  6. United States.png Ryan Hovis
 7. United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas  7. Australia.png Robert Liu  7. France.png Clement Sarton  7. United States.png David Gleicher
 8. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe  8. Australia.png Anthony Purdom  8. Germany.png Jonas Köstler  8. United States.png Michael Simon
GP Bochum GP Charleston GP Taipei GP San Antonio
 Date: 17–18 November 2012  Date: 17–18 November 2012  Date: 24–25 November 2012  Date: 24–25 November 2012
 Format: Standard  Format: Standard  Format: Limited  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 1723  Attendance: 661  Attendance: 727  Attendance: 807
 1. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  1. United States.png Jon Bolding  1. Japan.png Makihito Mihara  1. United States.png Tyler Lytle
 2. Germany.png Fabian Dickmann  2. United States.png Brian Eason  2. Japan.png Akimasa Yamamoto  2. United States.png Matthew Pratser
 3. Czech Republic.png Tomas Vanek  3. United States.png Matt Keene  3. Singapore.png Weng Heng Soh  3. United States.png Conley Woods
 4. Poland.png Kamil Napierski  4. United States.png Peter Kelly  4. Japan.png Motoki Abe  4. United States.png Reid Duke
 5. Netherlands.png Enrico Van Eijsden  5. United States.png Reid Duke  5. Hong Kong.png Derek Tsang  5. United States.png Harry Corvese
 6. France.png Pierre Dagen  6. United States.png Patrick Cox  6. Japan.png Yuuya Watanabe  6. United States.png Ben Rasmussen
 7. Germany.png Lukas Tajak  7. United States.png Gerry Thompson  7. Japan.png Toshiaki Murata  7. Mexico.png Joel De Santos Jasso
 8. Germany.png Sascha Stein  8. United States.png Morgan Chang  8. Hong Kong.png Lee Shi Tian  8. United States.png Matthew Thurber
GP Lisbon GP Nagoya GP Toronto GP Indianapolis
 Date: 1–2 December 2012  Date: 8–9 December 2012  Date: 8–9 December 2012  Date: 22–23 December 2012
 Format: Limited  Format: Standard  Format: Modern  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 1340  Attendance: 1689  Attendance: 1051  Attendance: 817
 1. Slovakia.png Ivan Floch  1. Japan.png Yuuji Okita  1. Brazil.png Willy Edel  1. United States.png Ben Stark
 2. Sweden.png Elias Watsfeldt  2. Indonesia.png Rahman Aryabhima  2. United States.png Sam Pardee  2. United States.png Chris Fennell
 3. Norway.png Sveinung Bjørnerud  3. Japan.png Mamoru Nagai  3. Canada.png Alon Chitiz  3. United States.png Luis Scott-Vargas
 4. Belgium.png Johan Verhulst  4. Japan.png Ryuji Murae  4. United States.png Alex Majlaton  4. United States.png Brian Demars
 5. Denmark.png Lasse Nørgaard  5. Japan.png Kyouhei Kawaguchi  5. Canada.png James Vance  5. United States.png Matthias Hunt
 6. Sweden.png David Calås  6. Japan.png Kenji Tsumura  6. Canada.png Collin Morton  6. United States.png Adam Yurchick
 7. Portugal.png Helder Coelho  7. Japan.png Kazumasa Satou  7. Canada.png Jon Stern  7. United States.png Tom Martell
 8. Portugal.png Pedro Carvalho  8. Japan.png Kazuaki Shinohara  8. United States.png Dan Jordan  8. United States.png Tyler Lytle
GP Denver GP Singapore GP Atlantic City
 Date: 5–6 January 2013  Date: 12–13 January 2013  Date: 12–13 January 2013
 Format: Legacy  Format: Limited  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 700  Attendance: 894  Attendance: 1648
 1. Indonesia.png Vidianto Wijaya  1. Japan.png Ken Yukuhiro  1. Canada.png Jon Stern
 2. United States.png Patrick Cox  2. Singapore.png Chapman Sim  2. United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton
 3. United States.png Ryan Pesch  3. Philippines.png Andrew Cantillana  3. United States.png Brad Nelson
 4. United States.png Josh Ravitz  4. Singapore.png Lin Rui Zi  4. United States.png Ari Lax
 5. United States.png Matt Nass  5. Japan.png Jun'ya Nakamura  5. United States.png Matt Costa
 6. United States.png Daniel Signorini  6. Japan.png Toshiya Kanegawa  6. United States.png Ryan Leverone
 7. United States.png Andrew Ohlschwager  7. China.png Gao Zhen Xing  7. Japan.png Lloyd Kurth
 8. United States.png Donnie Peck  8. Taiwan.png Hao-Shan Huang  8. United States.png Seneca Hobler
GP Sydney GP Bilbao GP London
 Date: 19–20 January 2013  Date: 19–20 January 2013  Date: 9–10 February 2013
 Format: Limited  Format: Modern  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 686  Attendance: 988  Attendance: 1970
 1. Australia.png Allen Zhang  1. Netherlands.png Mitchell Manders  1. France.png Timothée Simonot
 2. Australia.png Justin Cheung  2. Czech Republic.png Lukas Jaklovsky  2. England.png Bartłomiej Tomiczek
 3. Japan.png Tomoharu Saito  3. France.png Louis Deltour  3. Germany.png Manuel Hauck
 4. New Zealand.png Zen Takahashi  4. Portugal.png Vasco Bonifacio  4. Austria.png David Reitbauer
 5. Australia.png Daniel Unwin  5. Italy.png Lorenzo Calzolari  5. Norway.png Andreas Nordahl
 6. Czech Republic.png Martin Jůza  6. Spain.png Martin Scheinin  6. Sweden.png Per Carlsson
 7. Czech Republic.png Stanislav Cifka  7. France.png Mathieu Deloly  7. Venezuela.png Fabrizio Anteri
 8. Australia.png Adam Witton  8. Spain.png Francisco Camacho  8. Scotland.png Jamie Ross

Pro Tour Gatecrash[edit | edit source]

Main article: Pro Tour Gatecrash

15–17 February 2013 in Montreal, Canada.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 United States.png Tom Martell $40,000 30 Second Pro Tour Top 8
2 Sweden.png Joel Larsson $20,000 24
3 United States.png Ben Stark $12,500 22 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
4 United States.png Eric Froehlich $12,500 22 Third Pro Tour Top 8
5 United States.png Owen Turtenwald $10,000 20
6 United States.png Melissa DeTora $10,000 20 First woman in a Pro Tour Top 8
7 United States.png Gerry Thompson $10,000 20
8 United States.png Stephen Mann $10,000 20

Grand Prix (February–May 2013)[edit | edit source]

GP Québec City GP Charlotte GP Yokohama GP Verona
 Date: 23–24 February 2013  Date: 23–24 February 2013  Date: 2–3 March 2013  Date: 9–10 March 2013
 Format: Standard  Format: Limited  Format: Limited  Format: Standard
 Attendance: 806  Attendance: 2693  Attendance: 2297  Attendance: 1208
 1. United States.png Nico Christiansen  1. United States.png Frank Skarren  1. Japan.png Masaya Kitayama  1. Ukraine.png Mike Krasnitski
 2. Taiwan.png Tzu Ching Kuo  2. United States.png Gerard Fabiano  2. Japan.png Tian Yu Zhao  2. Denmark.png Andreas Nilsson
 3. Chile.png Felipe Tapia Becerra  3. United States.png Patrick Sullivan  3. United States.png Sam Black  3. France.png Jérémy Dezani
 4. United States.png Reid Duke  4. United States.png Aaron Lewis  4. Japan.png Makihito Mihara  4. Italy.png Samuele Estratti
 5. Austria.png Thomas Holzinger  5. United States.png Richard Nguyen  5. Japan.png Yasutaka Hibino  5. Spain.png Toni Ramis Pascual
 6. Canada.png Wilson Wong  6. United States.png Ben Isgur  6. Japan.png Shintarou Ishimura  6. Poland.png Piotr Wald
 7. Canada.png Maxime Cantin  7. United States.png Ben Stark  7. Japan.png Tomomi Shiraishi  7. Israel.png Shahar Shenhar
 8. Germany.png Wenzel Krautmann  8. United States.png Antonino Baldasari  8. Japan.png Tomoya Motomura  8. Germany.png Max Schultze
GP Rio de Janeiro GP Utrecht GP San Diego GP Pittsburgh
 Date: 9–10 March 2013  Date: 16–17 March 2013  Date: 16–17 March 2013  Date: 23–24 March 2013
 Format: Standard  Format: Team Limited  Format: Modern  Format: Limited
 Attendance: 709  Attendance: 2031 (677 teams)  Attendance: 759  Attendance: 1628
 1. Brazil.png José Francisco Dantas Mangueira da Silva  1. Sweden.png Fredrik Carlsson
 1. Sweden.png Jonathan Bergström
 1. Sweden.png Tomas Westling
 1. United States.png Nathan Holiday  1. United States.png Brock Parker
 2. Brazil.png Arthur Villela  2. United States.png Sammy Tuckeman  2. United States.png Alec Nezin
 3. Argentina.png Andrés Monsalve  3. United States.png Eric Froehlich  3. United States.png Gabby Izsak
 4. Brazil.png Walter Coquemala Filho  2. Sweden.png Joel Larsson
 2. Sweden.png Elias Watsfeldt
 2. Sweden.png Mikael Magnusson
 4. United States.png David Sharfman  4. United States.png Eric Froehlich
 5. Brazil.png Wellington Cordeiro  5. United States.png Bryan De La Torre  5. United States.png Matthew Falcioni
 6. Argentina.png Martín Quiroga  6. United States.png Brian Kibler  6. United States.png Adam Carrasco
 7. Brazil.png Jorge Henrique Siqueira  3. Germany.png René Kraft
 3. Germany.png Tobias Radloff
 3. Germany.png Martin Zimmermann
 7. Japan.png Ken Yukuhiro  7. United States.png Michael Derczo
 8. Brazil.png Matías Arvigo  8. United States.png Matt Ferrando  8. United States.png Chase Kovac
     
   4. Italy.png Matteo Versari
 4. Italy.png Alessandro Lippi
 4. Italy.png Samuele Estratti
 
GP Strasbourg GP Beijing GP Portland
 Date: 13–14 April 2013  Date: 11–12 May 2013  Date: 11–12 May 2013
 Format: Legacy  Format: Limited  Format: Modern
 Attendance: 1364  Attendance: 894  Attendance: 979
 1. Denmark.png Thomas Enevoldsen  1. China.png Quan Zhou  1. United States.png Sam Pardee
 2. United States.png Jacob Wilson  2. Thailand.png Nonthakorn Kositaporn  2. United States.png Joe Demestrio
 3. Canada.png Alexander Hayne  3. Japan.png Toshiya Kanegawa  3. United States.png Zvi Mowshowitz
 4. Denmark.png Michael Bonde  4. Singapore.png Wei Quan Wong  4. Canada.png Dan MacDonald
 5. Russia.png Alexey Romanchuk  5. Wales.png Daniel Godfrey  5. Italy.png Mattia Rizzi
 6. Germany.png Hove Thießen  6. China.png Shuo Li  6. United States.png Orie Guo
 7. Germany.png Christopher Brunner  7. China.png Nandi Zhang  7. United States.png Matt Nass
 8. Germany.png Fabian Görzgen  8. China.png Bo Li  8. United States.png Paul Rietzl

Pro Tour Dragon's Maze[edit | edit source]

17–19 May 2013 in San Diego, California, United States.

Place Player Prize Pro Points Comment
1 United States.png Craig Wescoe $40,000 30 Third Pro Tour Top 8
2 United States.png Dusty Ochoa $20,000 24
3 Japan.png Makihito Mihara $12,500 22 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
4 United States.png Josh Utter-Leyton $12,500 22 Fourth Pro Tour Top 8
5 United States.png Rob Castellon $10,000 20 Pro Tour debut
6 United States.png Andrew Shrout $10,000 20 Pro Tour debut
7 United States.png Matej Zatlkaj $10,000 20 Second Pro Tour Top 8
8 Latvia.png Andrejs Prost $10,000 20 Second Pro Tour Top 8

Notes[edit | edit source]

^I Yuuya Watanabe is considered the 2012 World Champion, as he won the inaugural Players Championship event, later renamed the World Championship.