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World Championship Decks 2000

The world's best professional Magic: The Gathering players competed for a share of more than $250,000 in cash prizes at the 2000 World Championships, held August 2-6 in Brussels, Belgium.

The fierce competition featured both individual matches and an international team tournaments that showcased teams from more than 40 countries.

The World Championship Decks for 2000 showcase four of the top decks from the event, allowing you to play with decks designed by four of the top players in Magic.

Whether you play with Jon Finkel's "artifact-heavy" deck or Tom van de Logt's "creature-less" deck, you'll find a wealth of strategy from the minds of some of the best players in the game.



Collector's Highlights

  Each of the 4 decks contains a 60 card constructed deck, a 15 card sideboard, 12 blank "proxy" cards, and 3 information cards about the deck.


Game Features
  The 2000 World Championships featured constructed decks including cards from Classic Sixth Edition, The Urza's Saga Block and the Mercadian Masques Block.
 

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Championship Decks:
Cardlists and Strategies

Jon Finkel
Jon
Finkel
Nicolas Labarre
Nicolas
Labarre
Janosch Kühn
Janosch
Kühn
Tom van de Logt
Tom
van de Logt


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  For complete coverage of the World Championships 2000, check out the Sideboard Online Coverage.




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