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World Magic Cup 2012:
Top 8 Team Profiles

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Chinese Taipei

Chinese Taipei National Team

Exactly two players finished Day One 7–0, and thankfully for the Chinese Taipei team, their national champion and consummate pro Tzu-Ching Kuo threw the team on his back and carried them to a 4th seed overall and the 1st seed in Pool 4. With his teammates finishing 4–3, 4–3, and 3–4, it was Kuo's herculean effort that secured the team's spot in the Top 32. But from there, the whole squad gelled, rolling through the group with a perfect 3–0 record, defeating Sweden, Portugal, and Austria. Chinese Taipei then demolished the competition in Standard as well, eliminating the United States on a fortunate, topdecked Bonfire of the Damned one turn from losing the match to the powerful American squad. With their spot secured, even a final round loss to Hungry couldn't dampen their nearly perfect day. The team is one to watch out for, as Kuo is clearly a monster, representing the country for a fifth time and having recently finished 10th at Pro Tour Avacyn Restored in Barcelona.


Tung-Yi Cheng

Age: 35
Hometown: Taipei
Occupation: Designer


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
None

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Block. Jund. Bonfire FTW

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
I looked at my wife and then topdecked Bonfire.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would be glorious.

Lifetime Pro Points:
4

Pro Tour:
1

Grand Prix:
8




Paul Renie

Age: 23
Hometown: Kaohsiung
Occupation: Math teacher


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
None

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
On Day One I played Delver; I think it is over 50% against everything.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Watching Kuo go 12-0

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would mean I moved to the right country!

Lifetime Pro Points:
0

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
0




Ivas Yang (Yu Min Yang)

Age: 29
Hometown: Chinese Taipei
Occupation: Engineer


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
None

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Standard, Black-Red Zombies-I like to play first and use aggressive decks. I believe that BR Zombies is the most quick aggro deck in current Standard format.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
It's a dream come true. I just played Magic for half a year. So it's a miracle to myself. I'm very pleased to play with a variety of players from around the world.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It's a huge honor. I hope that winning the World Magic Cup would attract more people to learn Magic in my country.

Lifetime Pro Points:
0

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
2




Tzu-Ching Kuo

Age: 31
Hometown: Chinese Taipei
Occupation: Tourist


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
8 times making GP Top 8. World Team 2011 Top 4. Pro Tour Avacyn Restored 10th place. Four time National Champion.

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Modern with Blue-White Angel-Because I didn't use this deck to make GP Yokohama Top 8

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
My teammate topdecking "Bonfire" to the Top 8

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
For me, my first big title. For Chinese Taipei, Asia can still win big tournaments.

Lifetime Pro Points:
158

Pro Tour:
19

Grand Prix:
40



Croatia

Croatian National Team

Sheer, utter dominance. These words succinctly sum up how Croatia has performed at this inaugural World Magic Cup. Team captain Grgur Petric Maretic utterly destroyed the competition in his 7–0 run. His team supported him well, with Toni Portolan and Stjepan Sucic managing 5–2 records, ending Day One with a 3-point lead that they would never relinquish. Captained on Day Two by Goran Elez, the Croatians ran their first pool into the ground, managing a perfect record in the Team Sealed stage. When they dropped the first match of their second stage, things got a little dicey, but they bounced back in style, winning two close matches against the Philippines and Portugal to ensure their advancement into the Top 8.


Stjepan Sučić

Age: 24
Hometown: Sisak
Occupation: Wizard


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Top 24 Worlds 2010, Top 10 Grand Prix Paris

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
Standard, Mono-Green Infect, because it is the best deck in the format and because I'm too bad to play anything else.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
My first turn-two kill in Standard.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would be great since we put in so much effort and it might encourage people in our country to play more Magic.

Lifetime Pro Points:
37

Pro Tour:
3

Grand Prix:
2




Grgur Petric Maretic

Age: 26
Hometown: Zagreb
Occupation: PhD Student (research assistant)


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
10th place Pro Tour Hollywood, 18th place PT New Orleans, 32nd place Worlds San Francisco 2005, three-time National Champion, six (or seven) times on the team

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
Block Constructed, Jund. It's a powerful deck and simple to play, so I can help the others in their matches. We had no time to test the format.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
The whole tournament was amazing, even if I disregarded our success. I'm torn between the moment in which I saw Croatia 1st in the standings at the end of Day One and the moment I won the match for Top 8.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
Even yesterday's result had the whole community extremely excited. I actually got a message from a friend who has stopped playing [saying] that he will start playing again. I have been close to a Top 8 both in PTs and GPs, and already the Top 8 feels amazing. Winning it would be surreal.

Lifetime Pro Points:
76

Pro Tour:
15

Grand Prix:
6




Goran Elez

Age: 32
Hometown: Zagreb
Occupation: Pizza chef


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Team member 2008 in Memphis

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
UW Talrand Delver. I thought I'd see many Delver decks and this has a positive matchup. Also, it's very consistent.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Other than being Top 8, I took 100 pictures and had a great time with friends. Really good organization of both Magic and Gen Con convention.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
I [have been] playing Magic for years. It would be a crown to a great time I have had so far. And, of course, the community gets bigger if you bring success home.

Lifetime Pro Points:
14

Pro Tour:
1

Grand Prix:
2




Toni Portolan

Age: 22
Hometown: Split
Occupation: Student of Pharmacy


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
17th at Worlds Chiba 2010, National Champion, Top 32 at Pro Tour Paris

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
Modern, Delver RUG. I like flipping Delver turn two! When played tightly and with a bit of luck (no flooding) it's unbeatable.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
When Grgur Petric Maretic topdecked Nicol Bolas to kill Garruk on 6 counters (last possible turn before ultimate).

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would help our community develop even more because the players' motivation would rise greatly. For me, it would be simply amazing. Playing Magic and traveling was always fun for me and I would be able to get a reward for all the hours I invested in Magic.

Lifetime Pro Points:
38

Pro Tour:
4

Grand Prix:
1



Hungary

Hungarian National Team

Hungary finished in the middle of the pack at the end of Day One, largely off the back of a 6–1 performance from Tamas Glied. The most exciting of Hungary's team Sealed Decks on Saturday was a Blue-Black Control deck with three copies of Murder and a trio of Archaeomancers to get them back. This was enough to sneak them into the Constructed stages, but still as a low seed.

In the Constructed stage, Hungary rattled off three wins in a row, meaning that in spite of being low seeded in the Top 8, they have proven their Constructed mettle already (including against Chinese Taipei, who they could face in the semifinals).


Tamas Nagy

Age: 30
Hometown: Balmazvavaros
Occupation: IT Manager


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
GP Top 8 four times; National Champion in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Block, 4-Color Jund. Everybody plays this because it is the best.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Scotland winning their 3rd round team.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would put Hungary on the map of Magic and be an experience that I and my country will never forget.

Lifetime Pro Points:
57

Pro Tour:
5

Grand Prix:
3




Máté Schrick

Age: 27
Hometown: Vác
Occupation: Doorman


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Won the first WMCQ & Nationals Top 9

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Standard Angel Delver, I play it maybe a year ago.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Scotland beat Switzerland letting us get into the Top 16.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
Hope for GP Hungary!

Lifetime Pro Points:
2

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
0




Gabor Kocsis

Age: 30
Hometown: Budapest
Occupation: Project Manager


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
GP Paris 18th, National Top 4 three times

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
BUG Zombie Pod.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Scotland beating Switzerland to pull us through to the Top 16.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
For me it would prove that years of playing finally pays off and hopefully it would help Hungary gain some recognition and maybe a GP Budapest! (Cheap, beautiful, easily accessible location-Hint! Hint!)

Lifetime Pro Points:
46

Pro Tour:
9

Grand Prix:
3




Tamás Glied

Age: 18
Hometown: //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kecskem%C3%A9t>
Occupation: Student


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
2 National Top 8s

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
BUG Zombie Pod, because it's good.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Scotland winning into Top 8.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
National pride.

Lifetime Pro Points:
9

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
0



Philippines

Filipino National Team

The Philippines National Team came in as relative underdogs prior to the weekend, with only Gerald Camangon having significant pro-level experience. But it was Andrew Cantillana who paced the team on Day One, rattling off an impressive 6–1 record to help the team finish the day as the 7th seed overall. That gave them the top seed in Pool 7. They then cruised through the Team Sealed portion of the event, defeating Romania and Uruguay in succession before a draw with the Netherlands locked them into the Top 16. However, they stumbled briefly in Team Constructed and were on the verge of elimination, needing a win against Finland in the final round to leapfrog the Finnish team. And, fittingly, it was Camangon who delivered the final points of damage to secure a Top 8 berth.


Andrew Cantillana

Age: 29
Hometown: Philippines
Occupation: Field Engineer


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Winner of 2012 World Magic Cup Qualifier

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Standard. Because no one else wanted to play Standard.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Making the Top 8!

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would be great for our country. Some kind of recognition for our hard work.

Lifetime Pro Points:
5

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
5




Gerald Camangon

Age: 29
Hometown: Manila
Occupation: N/A


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
2-time National champion

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?

Modern:
Doran, because my teammates don't want to play Modern.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Making the Top 8. Unbelievable!

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would be great for our country. Some kind of recognition for hard work. To me, it is the best experience ever.

Lifetime Pro Points:
44

Pro Tour:
12

Grand Prix:
11




Jeremy Bryan Domocmat

Age: Unknown
Hometown: Philippines
Occupation: Software engineer


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
WMCQ Winner, Member of Team 1-Drop, and member of Meter tested and SEALED.

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Blue-White Delver. It brought me here at the World Magic Cup. Blue-White Delver is AWESOME!!!

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?

This one. :) Getting to the Top 8 is amazing!

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?

For my Magic career… Everything!! :)

Lifetime Pro Points:
0

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
5




Zax Ozaki

Age: 31
Hometown: Manila
Occupation: Account Supervisor


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
N/A

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Block-I love Jund and I may have the best record in previous tournaments with in the team.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Qualifying for the Top 8.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
Greatest honor in Magic history for me and my country. I would probably quit the game if we win (it would be a once in a lifetime achievement for me that way).

Lifetime Pro Points:
11

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
8



Poland

Polish National Team

At the 4th seed in the Top 8, Poland has had quite the journey for this event. They ended the first day as the 18th seed, due largely to the fairly even performance from their team during the individual rounds. Tomek Pedrakowski went 5–2, while his team all went 4–3. They began their climb to the Top 8 during Day Two, where, in Stage 1, they defeated the Dominican Republic and Peru while losing to the Slovak Republic. And then in Stage 2 they defeated Scotland, Slovenia, and Estonia to sweep into the Top 8. Kopec and Pedrakowski will be in the forefront as they battle for the World Magic Cup.


Jan Pruchniewicz

Age: 21
Hometown: Szczecin
Occupation: Student


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
I got 23rd at a 24 person FNM

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
I played Delver on Day One, because it was the deck I won the WMCQ with and was pretty confident in the mirror match. I was coaching today.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Making top 8. Team match with the Slovak Republic had great atmosphere.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
Winning the first World Magic Cup would be the greatest moment in Polish history. Following this event, the position of Poland as an economic superpower would be established.

Lifetime Pro Points:
0

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
1




Mateusz Kopec

Age: 24
Hometown: Dabrowa Gornicza
Occupation: No, thanks


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
1st place, Grand Prix Vienna

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
Modern, because only I know anything about the format. I'm playing RUG Midrange because it has no bad matchups, and this is very important in team play.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
The match against Slovakia, because the similarity of our languages mean there were a lot of jokes and funny situations… well, actually making Top 8 was better…

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
For me it would just be another great success. However our prizes would double Polish GDP.

Lifetime Pro Points:
95

Pro Tour:
18

Grand Prix:
33




Tomasz Pedrakowski

Age: 26
Hometown: Gdansk
Occupation: No, thanks, in free time I work as a plumber


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Some, not many.

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
Block Constructed because nobody wanted to play it. I played GBR Jund, because Mateusz Kopec said that is good.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Just topdecks, no skills. It's about me.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
For me, it will just be a memory, for Poland, economic growth.

Lifetime Pro Points:
64

Pro Tour:
6

Grand Prix:
10




Adam Bubacz

Age: 28
Hometown: Reda
Occupation: Project Manager


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
None

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
BR Zombies in Standard. It's fast and can win out of nowhere.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
I defeated a guy who gained 25 life in that round with Thragtusks and Phantasmal Images.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would be a fantastic adventure.

Lifetime Pro Points:
0

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
0



Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican National Team

To say that this has been a magical journey for Puerto Rico would be an understatement. And a terrible pun. But it would be true nonetheless. Captained by César Soto, who has two Pro Tour appearances to his credit, the Puerto Rican team was one of the teams with the least experience coming into this tournament. But that hasn't stopped them from taking down some of the biggest teams, including France and Canada. After starting in 31st place at the beginning of Day Two, Soto, joined by his teammates Jorge Iramain, Gabriel Nieves, and Jonathan Páez, steamrolled their way to a 2–1 record in the Team Sealed Stage of the tournament before finishing strong, defeating France and Ukraine on their way to earning a Top 8 berth. As they will tell you, this Top 8 performance isn't cause for surprise; it's cause for a party!


Jorge Iramain

Age: 30
Hometown: Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Occupation: Unemployed Electrical Engineer


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Grand Prix Salt Lake City Top 32, played in Pro Tours Dark Ascension and Philadelphia 2005.

What Constructed format and deck are you playing in why?
Modern Affinity. It's a great, aggressive, and fast deck.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Making Top 32 along with the Dominican Republic team, and exceeding our Top 16 aspirations.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
That we'd achieved the highest level of play, as well as demonstrating that we're more than just a 100 miles by 35 miles island.

Lifetime Pro Points:
9

Pro Tour:
2

Grand Prix:
9




César Soto

Age: 23
Hometown: Puerto Rico
Occupation: Student


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Puerto Rico Champs in 2009

What Constructed format and deck are you playing in why?

Innistrad Block Constructed, where I'm playing Jund because it is the best deck in the format and has the best miracle ever:
Spirit Bomb (Bonfire of the Damned).

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Making the Top 8 in the World Magic Cup at Gen Con!!

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
Because I want to be a Pro Player before the year ends!!

Lifetime Pro Points:
18

Pro Tour:
2

Grand Prix:
0




Jonathan R. Páez

Age: 30
Hometown: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Occupation: Artist


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Top 8 a lot of local tournaments and won the first World Magic Cup Qualifier, but this is my first big event.

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
I played Mono-Green Infect on Day One for its explosiveness. It's a high risk, high reward deck. But for Top 8 I will be coaching.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Making Day Three! Top 8, baby!

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
Everything. We worked so many hours and sacrificed so much to get here. It's only Day Two, and they're already partying in Puerto Rico. Imagine if we win!!!

Lifetime Pro Points:
0

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
0




Gabriel Nieves

Age: 21
Hometown: Puerto Rico
Occupation: Manager


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
None.

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
UW Delver. The deck plays itself and the testing sessions run themselves. Delver is the deck.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Pulling myself out of an 0-3 start.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would mean a lot to me because I want to be a recognized Pro Player before the year ends. For my country… PARTY!!!

Lifetime Pro Points:
8

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
4



Scotland

Scottish National Team

Scotland came into the World Magic Cup with some kilts and a modicum of past Worlds experience, but not the greatest weight of expectation on their shoulders. They had tested with the English and Welsh teams to some extent, and were ready to battle. Stephen Murray went deep on Day One with a flawless draft record and backed it up with a strong performance using White-Blue Delver—a deck whose mirror match he is well used to.

Once it came to Team Sealed, Scotland was already highly seeded, which remained true throughout the day. Their sealed decks included something of a theme deck, with six copies of Duty-Bound Dead and some Rancors as seasoning. By the time Scotland got to its last match of the day in Constructed, it was already a lock for Top 8 and the team members were quick to run around the room wearing their Scottish flags as capes, getting high-fives wherever they could. Scotland got into the Top 8 as the 2nd seed, which might well prove a substantial advantage.


Stephen Murray

Age: 24
Hometown: Falkirk
Occupation: Student, 2HG Draft Enthusiast


Other previous Magic Accomplishments:
42nd in Worlds 2008, made Day Two on a few Pro Tours.

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
Standard with Pike Delver. I've played a lot of Delver lately, and I am comfortable with it.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Seeing the look of pure joy on Rich Hagon's face when he realized a UK team had made a Top 8.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would mean the whole world to me, and the guys back home I'm sure will be celebrating.

Lifetime Pro Points:
32

Pro tour:
8

Grand Prix:
5




Christopher Davie

Age:
Hometown: Falkirk
Occupation:


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
None

What Constructed format and deck are you playing?
Coaching Format

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would be alright.

Lifetime Pro Points:
0

Pro Tour:
0

Grand Prix:
1




Andrew Morrison

Age: 34
Hometown: Bressay
Occupation: Shop worker


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Top 8 British Nationals 2010, bluffing lots of people.

What Constructed format and deck are you playing, and why?
Day 1-Standard-Black-Red Zombies, didn't like any Standard decks so I wanted to be aggressive.
Modern for Team Constructed-Jund, Marco Orsini-Jones said it was well positioned for the expected metagame.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Dinners with the English, Norwegian, and Welsh teams-never laughed so much.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
The whole world.

Lifetime Pro Points:
11

Pro Tour:
2

Grand Prix:
6




Bradly Barclay

Age: 25
Hometown: Dundee
Occupation:


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
None

What Constructed format and deck are you playing?
Block-Jund, Marco [Orsini-Jones] said to.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Making the Top 8. Also a shout out to team Norway, England, and Wales.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
It would feel amazing.

Lifetime Pro Points:
31

Pro Tour:
8

Grand Prix:
9



Slovak Republic

Slovakian National Team

The Slovak Republic was one of the consistent performers, remaining among the top contenders from start to finish. The team ended Day One tied with the United States at 48 points, led by Robert Jurkovich with a 6–1 record. During Team Sealed, the Slovak Republic put up a 2–1 record, beating Peru and the Dominican Republic while losing to Poland. For Team Constructed, they defeated France and Puerto Rico while losing to the Ukraine. Sitting in the 6th seed for the Top 8, they look to face Chinese Taipei in the quarterfinals.


Patrik Surab

Age: 18
Hometown: Hlohovec
Occupation: Student


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Team Champion 2010 (Chiba)

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
I did not play, I just helped a little bit for my team's gameplay.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Building of the team sealed decks.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
I am really proud that I can represent the Slovak Republic and we really want to win again after two years.

Lifetime Pro Points:
27

Pro Tour:
3

Grand Prix:
3




Ivan Floch

Age: 27
Hometown: Bratislava
Occupation: Tourist


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
Team world champion 2010 (Chiba)

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Modern - Blue-Red-Green Delver, I think it is a good choice and I also have some experience with it, unlike other Modern decks.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Building decks in the Team Sealed part of the tournament.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
I hope they would be happy and proud back home.

Lifetime Pro Points:
100

Pro Tour:
14

Grand Prix:
21




Robert Jurkovic

Age: 34
Hometown: Bratislava
Occupation: Tourist


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
World Team Champions 2010, a few Pro Tour Top 16s

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Standard Esper, because Ivan told me to.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
A bottle of Captain Morgan.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
I would be very proud to represent my country.

Lifetime Pro Points:
158

Pro Tour:
25

Grand Prix:
37




Filip Valis

Age: 29
Hometown: Bratislava
Occupation: Sales Assistant


Other previous Magic accomplishments:
3x Slovakia National Champion

What Constructed format and deck are you playing and why?
Block, Jund, it's the best deck.

What has been your best memory of the World Magic Cup so far?
Building of Team Sealed decks.

What would winning the first World Magic Cup mean to you and your country?
Great honor for me, make Slovakia more known in the world.

Lifetime Pro Points:
41

Pro Tour:
7

Grand Prix:
6



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