Bob Maher, Jr.

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Robert Maher, Jr.
Demographics
Nickname The Great One
Born July 10, 1978
Residence Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Nationality {USA} American
Professional Career
Pro Tour debut Pro Tour Los Angeles 1997
Winnings $161,952 (as of 2018-08-06)
Pro Tour top 8s 4 (1 win)
Grand Prix top 8s 10 (3 wins)
Median Pro Tour Finish 92
Pro Tours Played 47
Lifetime Pro Points 296 (as of 2018-08-14)
Awards
Hall of Fame
Player of the Year
Pro Tour Champion

Robert Maher, Jr. is an American former professional player. He has a Pro Tour win, a Masters win, and three Grand Prix wins. In addition, he won the 2004 Magic Invitational, which let him design the card Dark Confidant. In 2006, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Accomplishments[edit | edit source]

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
1998–99 Grand Prix Kansas City Extended 27–28 March 1999 3
1999–00 Pro Tour Chicago Extended 3–5 December 1999 1
1999–00 Grand Prix Seattle Extended 15–16 January 2000 1
1999–00 Grand Prix Nagoya Team Limited 22–23 April 2000 3
1999–00 Worlds Brussels Special 2–6 August 2000 2
2000–01 Masters New York City Extended 29 September–1 October 2000 5
2000–01 Masters Chicago Limited 1–3 December 2000 5
2000–01 Grand Prix Detroit Limited 31 March–1 April 2001 3
2001–02 Grand Prix Montreal Limited 13–14 October 2001 6
2001–02 Masters New Orleans Limited 1–4 November 2001 3
2001–02 Grand Prix Houston Extended 5–6 January 2002 5
2002–03 Pro Tour Boston Team Limited 27–29 September 2002 3
2002–03 Grand Prix Copenhagen Limited 12–13 October 2002 1
2002–03 Pro Tour Houston Extended 8–10 November 2002 7
2002–03 Grand Prix Los Angeles Limited 23–24 November 2002 2
2002–03 Masters Venice Team Limited 21–23 March 2003 3
2002–03 Masters Yokohama Extended 9–11 May 2003 1
2002–03 Grand Prix Detroit Block Constructed 12–13 July 2003 1
2006 Grand Prix Madison Team Constructed 25–26 March 2006 3

Source: Wizards.com

Pro Tour Results[edit | edit source]

List of the Pro Tour results and winnings of Bob Maher, Jr.
Season Pro Tour Format Finish Winnings
1996–97 Los Angeles Rochester Draft 99
1996–97 Paris Block Constructed 95
1996–97 Worlds (Seattle) Special 10 $4,200
1997–98 Chicago Extended 82
1997–98 Mainz Rochester Draft 171
1997–98 Los Angeles Block Constructed 58 $430
1997–98 Worlds (Seattle) Special 90
1998–99 Los Angeles Rochester Draft 92
1998–99 New York Block Constructed 50 $530
1998–99 Worlds (Tokyo) Special 38 $500
1999–00 Washington, D.C. Team Limited 47
1999–00 Chicago Extended 1 $25,000
1999–00 Los Angeles Booster Draft 169
1999–00 New York Block Constructed 188
1999–00 Worlds (Brussels) Special 2 $22,000
2000–01 New York Team Limited 25
2000–01 Chicago Standard 11 $4,800
2000–01 Los Angeles Rochester Draft 110
2000–01 Tokyo Block Constructed 80
2000–01 Barcelona Booster Draft 78
2000–01 Worlds (Toronto) Special 24 $1,900
2001–02 New York Team Limited 104
2001–02 New Orleans Extended 281
2001–02 San Diego Rochester Draft 49 $675
2001–02 Worlds (Sydney) Special 140
2002–03 Boston Team Limited 3 $6,000
2002–03 Houston Extended 7 $7,500
2002–03 Chicago Rochester Draft 220
2002–03 Venice Block Constructed 138
2002–03 Yokohama Booster Draft 45 $750
2002–03 Worlds (Berlin) Special 86
2003–04 Boston Team Limited 6 $3,500
2003–04 New Orleans Extended 153
2003–04 Amsterdam Rochester Draft 171
2003–04 Kobe Block Constructed 197
2003–04 San Diego Booster Draft 100
2003–04 Seattle Team Limited 13 $1,100
2003–04 Worlds (San Francisco) Special 83
2005 Atlanta Team Limited 62
2006 Worlds (Paris) Special 321
2007 Worlds (New York) Special 109
2011 Worlds (San Francisco) Special 188
2012–13 Dragon's Maze in San Diego Block Constructed and Booster Draft 85
2013–14 Journey into Nyx in Atlanta Block Constructed and Booster Draft 266
2013–14 Magic 2015 in Portland Standard and Booster Draft 131
2014–15 Dragons of Tarkir in Brussels Standard and Booster Draft 34 $1,500
2015–16 Battle for Zendikar in Milwaukee Standard and Booster Draft 251

Source: Wizards.com

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