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Grand Prix Trials Montreal

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    Magic The Gathering Grand Prix Trials At The Gamer’s Wharf!

    Use instore pickup as shiping option, michigan residence only. All others create an account on our website then call us to pre register. (616)-551-3881

    A Grand Prix Trial (GPT) connects in-store play to the biggest open Magic events in the world: Grand Prix.

     

    This GPT is for Montreal. The winner of the GPT gets a head start at the corresponding Grand Prix in the form of first and second round byes.

     

    April 8th, 2017

    Registration from 12pm to 1pm 1st round to start at 1:30 pm

    Event attendance cap: 40 so pre register to get your spot in the tournement

    Format:  Standard ( deck list required )

    Event Registration Fee: $15 for pre-register on our web site, $20 day event.

    Prizes to top 8.  Prize pool scales based on attendance

    Prize pool break down for 40 players

    1st place               $ 100.00 store credit

    2nd Place                $ 50.00 store credit

    3rd place                 $ 30.00 store credit

    4th place                 $ 20.00 store credit

    5th place               4 booster packs Aether Revolt

    6th place               3 booster packs Aether Revolt

    7th place               2 booster packs Aether Revolt

    8th place               1 booster packs Aether Revolt

     

    No can or fountain drinks to brought into the store.

     

    Complete your deck registration sheet early to save time at the event.

    You can download the constructed deck registration sheet at:

    http://wpn.wizards.com/sites/wpn/files/attachements/mtg_constructed_deck_registration_sheet_pdf11.pdf

    Tournament Length

                 Swiss rounds - 50 minutes per round

                 Playoff matches will have no time limit

                 Number of Swiss rounds based on attendance

     

    Advancement

                 All players may participate in all Swiss rounds.   

                 The top players after the final Swiss round will advance to the single-elimination playoff. The number of players that advanced to the playoff is based on the number of players in the event (see chart above).

     

    Playoff

                 Playoff matches will be best 2 of 3.

                 Playoff matches will be single-elimination.

                 Playoff matches will have no time limit.

                 Standings after the Swiss rounds will be used to determine final order in the standings for losing players in the quarter- and semi-final playoff rounds.