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Date(s) – 22 Jun 2013
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Compete for an invitation the Pro Tour! Come Saturday, June 22 – registration is 9 – 10:30 am. $25 entry, Standard format, and $1,000 prize pool to the top 8!
Qualifier tournaments are where the game really gets serious. The excitement level is high and the stakes are even higher. Players the world over converge with a common goal in mind — an invitation to the Pro Tour, which could include an airplane ticket to the next Pro Tour location.
Registration opens at 9am and closes at 10:30. $25 entry for each player. You will need a completed decklist (download one here). This will be a Swiss tournament with elimination playoffs for the top 8. We’ll take a lunch break after the second round.
For the locals, this tournament will also count as a +1 Magic Series Trial (see below).
- 1st place: $400 cash
- 2nd place: $200 cash
- 3rd & 4th place: $100 cash each
- 5th-8th place: $50 cash each
Directions, Lodging and Food
+1 Gaming is located nearest to the Clearview North exit on I-10. The store is behind the shopping center, facing Manhattan St. If you are coming from the Clearview exit, we suggest turning left on Houma Blvd. (it has a light) and taking your next right onto Manhattan St. The shopping center has ample parking, and there’s street parking for overflow.
There are hotels along the Interstate at the Clearview and Causeway exits with a variety of price ranges. Here’s a map to help.
If you have any other questions, please contact us at 504-322-3411 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The +1 Magic Series
The +1 Series is monthly tournaments culminating in our March Anniversary Grand Tournament. The top winner at each +1 Trial (like this one) gets a first-round bye on top of their winnings. If that player has already won a bye for the year, the bye goes to the next-highest ranked player who does not have a bye.