Grand Prix Porto 2000 Fact Sheet
Grand Prix Porto
Pro Tour Los Angeles Qualifier
September 23-24, 2000
The Grand Prix Porto is a big Qualifier tournament with eight invitations to Magic : The Gathering Pro Tour Los Angeles in January 2001, and a 15,000 USD cash purse.
Pavilhao Rosa Mota
Rua D. Manuel 11
September 23-24, 2000
Sealed deck + Rochester Draft (top 8)
Artist on site
Pre-payment : 2000 PTE (Visa/Mastercard/Eurocard)
Payment on site : 2500 PTE
Advance registration required
To register, call Wizards of the coast Customer Service from August 7 for Legend Members, and August 10 for Mana Members, between 10 am and 12 pm local time.
Competitors may register via e-mail.
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Italy : 02 38 09 33 56
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All other European countries : +32 70 233 277
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USA and all other countries worldwide : +206 624 0933
GRAND PRIX TOURNAMENT
The main tournament at Grand Prix Porto is open to Magic: The Gathering® players of all ages.
In the event that a player who wins an invitation to Pro Tour Los Angeles at a Grand Prix event has already qualified for an invitation, the invitation shall be extended to the next-best finisher in that Grand Prix. Previous qualification may be through a Qualifier tournament, through performance at a professional tournament, or by being an invited DCI player (valid on the date of the official rank announcement for the appropriate professional tournament).
Grand Prix Porto will be modified Swiss-style (fifty-minute rounds; number of rounds determined by number of participants), with the Top 64 players advancing to the second day of competition for prizes and invitations.
(Byes are not cumulative throughout the season or year.)
Byes do not pass down under any circumstances. Byes based on rank announcements will be made four weeks prior to the event.
The Top 32 Grand Prix players split 15.000 US$ in cash prizes.
Many open events including:
Standard (Type II), Classic (Type I), and Extended Constructed Tournaments
Japanese, Korean and Chinese Limited Events