February 9-11, 2007
Play the Game, See the World
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A true international city located at the crossroads of Europe, Geneva truly shines in the wintertime. Skiing, snowboarding, ice-skating, you name it: every winter sport is easy to try out or practice intensively in the Swiss Alps. Rest assured, however, that you will undoubtedly find some warm comfort as well in one of the several luxurious bars and restaurants that are characteristic of the Swiss hospitality.
Geneva is the first stop in the 2007 Pro Tour season. But not only the Pros will be enjoying themselves in this winter wonderland: the Pro Tour is above all a great weekend of Magic that brings you fantastic opportunities, highlighted by PTQs for the upcoming Pro Tours in Yokohama and San Diego. Try out the new Two-Headed Giant team format with your friends, win iPods, Magic snowboards, Magic fleece jackets, and much more! It’s Christmas all over again at Pro Tour–Geneva, so make sure you show up!
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Pro Tour–Geneva is a Time Spiral Booster Draft event that runs February 9-11, 2007. The Last-Chance Qualifier will be run on Thursday, February 8 at Geneva Palexpo, starting at 4 p.m. (limited to 396 players).
- Pro Tour–Geneva Qualifier Season
- Pro Tour–Geneva Invitation List
- Pro Tour–Geneva Qualifying Season Top 8 Decklists
Pro Tour Registration and Player Party
Date: February 8, 2007
Time: 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Location: Geneva Palexpo
Players must have a signed waiver and consent form to compete at Pro Tour-Geneva. Forms can be downloaded at www.wizards.com/protour and will be available onsite. Minors must have a parent or guardian’s signature on these forms.
Bring these forms with you to registration. We will make forms available for competitors at registration, if necessary.
To register, all participants must present one of the following forms of identification:
- a driver’s license, or
- a passport, or
- a copy of a birth certificate and photo IDs (school IDs are acceptable).
We encourage players to attend mandatory registration on Thursday. However we understand that delays might cause players to miss this and we have a registration on Friday morning between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Players at late registration do not always receive the same gifts as those at mandatory registration.
Players not registered by 8:30 a.m. on February 9 may be denied entry to the Pro Tour.
If you anticipate any difficulty registering during the official registration hours, please contact please contact Scott Larabee at (206) 793-3534 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tournament Hall Hours
Thursday, February 8: 16:00-2:00
Friday, February 9: 7:30-03:00
Saturday, February 10: 8:00-03:00
Sunday, February 11: 9:00-03:00
Tournament Format and SchedulePro Tour–Geneva is a three-day Limited format event with a prize purse of $240,245. For more information about the format, schedule and prize payout, click here.
Play Magic all weekend long, even if you're not qualified for the Pro Tour! Click here to view the Pro Tour-Geneva Side Events Schedule.
- Printable Side Events Schedule (56 KB pdf)
Jeff Miracola and r.k. post will be in attendance at Pro Tour–Geneva. Click here to find out more information about each artist.
WATCH THE TOP 8
All of Sunday's Top 8 action can be viewed on a projection screen in the hall, with Randy Buehler and Brian David-Marshall providing the play-by-play and color commentary. Sunday's action begins at 10:45 a.m. local time, which is 4:45 a.m. ET Sunday, and is also available as a webcast from the comfort of your own home.