GP Montreal Champ

Posted in Feature on September 20, 2011

By Wizards of the Coast

Rich Hoaen

This past weekend was Grand Prix Montreal, and with 1,054 players, it was the second largest tournament ever held in Canada. And boy did Canada turn out at the top tables, with three of the Top 4 players hailing from the Great White North. The ultimate victor? Limited superstar Richard Hoaen, whose deck was reminiscent of the Geoffrey Siron build that once flawlessly dominated a Pro Tour Top 8. Rich won his matches in under 15 minutes without dropping a game to take the title. Read more from the event in the official coverage.

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