Calendario tornei

GP Madrid 2014

DATA EVENTO: 15-11-2014



    Play in the fastest growing format in one of Europe's greatest cities. Grand Prix Madrid is shaping up to be the highlight of Europe's Grand Prix year. And with the nightlife and sights of Madrid thrown into the mix, this is not one for you to miss.
    Format: Modern
    Participation Fee: €35
    Online registration until 22:00 on Friday, November 14
    On-site registration until Friday, November 14 from 14:00 – 22:00
    Saturday, November 15: Grand Prix Madrid begins at 09:00
    Sunday, November 16: Day 2 begins at 09:00
    Registration to the Grand Prix main event closes Friday night. There will be no Saturday registration.
    The main tournament at Grand Prix Madrid is open to Magic players of all ages.
    Players must have a signed waiver and consent form to compete at Grand Prix Madrid. Forms can be downloaded here and will be available onsite. Minors must have a parent or guardian’s signature on these forms. Minors will not be able to register or play unless we receive a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. No exceptions.
    Modern Constructed
    Visit this page to see a list of cards banned in Modern tournaments.
    Deck lists are required.
    Players must use the same deck on Day 2 that they used on Day 1.
    Modified Swiss-style (50-minute rounds).
    Day One will consist of 9 Swiss rounds. Day Two will consist of 6 Swiss rounds and the Top 8 single-elimination finals.
    All players with an X-2-0 record (or better) or the top 64 players — whichever is greater — advance to the second day of competition for prizes and invitations.
    The Top 8 players after the final Swiss round on Day Two will advance to the Top 8 single-elimination playoff.
    Top 8 playoff matches will be best 2 of 3.
    Top 8 playoff matches will have no time limit. (Players are still expected to play at a normal pace and complete playoff matches in a reasonable amount of time.)
    Standings after the Swiss rounds will be used to determine final order in the standings for losing players in the quarterfinal and semifinal playoff rounds.
    For the first game of each match in the Top 8, the player that finished higher in the Swiss rounds chooses either to play first or to play second. For subsequent games in each Top 8 match, the usual Play/Draw rule applies (loser of the previous game decides whether to play first in the next game).
    The head judge for Grand Prix Madrid will be Jurgen Baert (Level 4, Belgium). Judges wishing to apply for this event should do so through the Judge Center.
    Planeswalker Points multiplier 8x, Rules Enforcement Level (REL) is Competitive on Day 1 and Professional on Day 2.
    The Magic: The Gathering Tournament Rules and the Magic: The Gathering Infraction Procedure Guide are in effect for this event unless specifically overruled by information in this Format Document. Rules documents can be found in the Magic Document Center.
    Players are responsible for bringing their own method of tracking life totals, card sleeves, and appropriate counters or tokens.
    In the event that a player who wins an invitation to a Pro Tour stop at a Grand Prix has already qualified for an invitation, the invitation does not pass down under any circumstances. Previous qualification may be through a Qualifier tournament, through performance at a professional tournament, or by being an invited DCI player (valid upon the date of the official rank announcement for the appropriate professional tournament).

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