If you’ve ever wondered how to get over 1,500 Magic players into one location, tell them to band into groups of three and pick out a cool name. Grand Prix San Jose, the first team-based Grand Prix in seven years, clocked in at over 500 teams playing Return to Ravnica Sealed. After 11 rounds, the team of Matt Sperling, David Williams and Paul Rietzl triumphed over Maksym Gryn, Lucas Siow and Jamie Naylor. Congrats to the winners.
Now, I think it is no surprise to anyone that this girl loves Twitter. After this weekend, 20 Tweets has its first ever follow recommendation: Twitterer extraodinaire, Zack Levine @metaknightmare
11 rounds? <insert clever spinal tap reference here> #GPSJ— M. Kay (@QuarkKay) October 13, 2012
Many teams at #GPSJ include twice the same name - sign that Magic is becoming a family thing?— Helene Bergeot (@HeleneBergeot) October 14, 2012
Exhausting day 1 of #GPSJ done, we squeaked out day 2 with a 9-2 record. 3 drafts tomorrow before cut to top 2. 4-0 or bust— David Williams (@dwpoker) October 14, 2012
Finished my #gpsj experience by drafting the bluest Selesnya deck ever.Loving this draft format.— Raumornie (@Raumornie) October 14, 2012
On a plane home. Day 2 cutoff seemed kinda harsh and the day was VERY long but still easily one of the most fun GPs I've played at #GPSJ— Austin Yost (@Y0stwiththeM0st) October 14, 2012
Gt a little distracted from my work when a Canadian team made the finals of #GPSJ. Sad they didn’t take it down, but good run!— Jer (@Jer_LRR) October 15, 2012
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