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2000 World Championships Deck List


Jon Finkel
   Jon Finkel's explosive, monoblue 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.



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  • Tinker
    # Card Cost Rarity
    (21) Lands    
    9 Island 6E/US/MM
    4 Crystal Vein 6E U
    4 Rishadan Port MM R
    4 Saprazzan Skerry MM C
    (9) Creatures    
    4 Masticore UD R
    4 Metalworker UD R
    1 Phyrexian Colossus US R
    (30) Other    
    4 Brainstorm MM C
    1 Crumbling Sanctuary MM R
    4 Grim Monolith UL R
    1 Mishra's Helix US R
    4 Phyrexian Processor US R
    4 Tangle Wire NM R
    4 Thran Dynamo UD U
    4 Tinker UL U
    4 Voltaic Key US U
    (15) Sideboard    
    4 Annul US C
    4 Chill 6E U
    4 Miscalculation UL C
    1 Mishra's Helix US R
    2 Rising Waters NM R

    US - Urza's Saga; UL - Urza's Legacy; UD - Urza's Destiny;
    6E - Sixth Edition; MM - Mercadian Masques; NM - Nemesis

     

       "World Champion" was the one honor Jon Finkel had yet to claim. His dominating performance at the 2000 World Championships earned him that title at last.

       Finkel played an explosive deck that is named after its most important card, Tinker. Fellow Team Antartica member Dan O'Mahoney-Schwartz designed this monoblue deck.

       The deck uses artifacts such as Grim Monolith, Metalworker, and Voltaic Key to quickly generate huge amounts of mana, and then uses that mana to put large creatures into play.

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