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Amateur Championship

2001 Amateur Championship Coverage

After nine rounds of swiss, the metagame statement presented by Amateur Championships was loud and clear: permission decks rule. The Top 8 contained seven blue-based permission decks, creating a bold statement for observers who were interested to see what the post-Apocalypse Standard environment would look like. In the end, Tim Bonneville took the 2001 Amateur Championship with a black/blue/red deck designed to have an edge against other permission decks. This allowed him to breeze through the Top 8, and win Magic for life.

 

Top 8 Final Standing

 1.  Tim Bonneville
 2.  Brad Cole
 3.  Carl Winter
 4.  Steve Landen
 5.  David Pan
 6.  Dan Rodemann
 7.  Tom Willoughby
 8.  Chad Caudell

(Click here for complete final standings)

 

Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals   Champion
1 David Pan   Tim Bonneville, 2-0        
8 Tim Bonneville   Tim Bonneville, 2-1
       
4 Tom Willoughby   Carl Winter, 2-0   Tim Bonneville, 2-0
5 Carl Winter    
       
2 Dan Rodemann   Steve Landen, 2-0
7 Steve Landen   Brad Cole, 2-1
       
3 Brad Cole   Brad Cole, 2-0
6 Chad Caudell    
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