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...and many other Magic prizes!
At Grand Prix Toulouse fill out the voucher* that you'll find at the registration desk and deposit it in the designated box Saturday, June 24 before 5 pm. A draw will be held on Saturday, June 24 - at 6pm.
- 1st prize: Trip to the next Grand Prix
- Plane ticket to and from the GP
- 3 hotel nights (breakfast included)
- 1 free side event per day (2 in total)
- 2nd - 20th prize: A Grand Prix Sweater.
- 21st - 40th prize: Free side event voucher (to be used at any European GP in 2006)
* Only 1 entry per player.
There is no pre-registration necessary for this event because it is open for everyone to enter.
Tournament Format And Schedule
The format for Grand Prix–Toulouse is Limited(Sealed deck with boosterdraft finals. All DCI
Friday, June 23: Registration from 4.00 to 8.00 PM.
Saturday, June 24: Registration from 8:00 - 9:00 A.M.
Tournament begins at 10:00 A.M. The Top 64 (or 128) players advance to competition on Sunday
Sunday, June 25th : The Top 64 (or 128) players begin play at 8:00 A.M.
Tournament LocationToulouse Expo
Parc des expositions
Rond-point Michel Benech Hall 5
Toulouse cedex 4 - 31030
The main tournament at Grand Prix–Toulouse is open to Magic players of all ages.
- Tournament Structure
The structure for Grand Prix–Toulouse will be modified Swiss-style (50-minute rounds), with the Top 64 players (or 128 if 800 or more players registered for the main event) advancing to the second day of competition for prizes and invitations. The top 16 Players will receive invitations to the 2nd Pro Tour in 2006
- Tournament Divisions and Prizes
Grand Prix–Toulouse will feature the standard “main-tournament” prize schedule as well as a special “Amateur" prize schedule. The Amateur prizes will be paid to the highest-finishing amateur players in addition to any winnings those players receive from the main tournament prize schedule. All prizes are in U.S. Dollars.
Main Tournament Prize Schedule Finish Prize 1 $2,400 2 $1,700 3 $1,200 4 $1,000 5-8 $800 9-16 $500 17-32 $250 Total: $17,500 Amateur Division Prize Schedule Finish Prize 1 $1,500 2 $1,000 3-4 $700 5-8 $400 9-16 $250 Total: $7,500
- Amateur Status
A player is considered to have amateur status if he or she has 0 lifetime pro points. If a player has ever been awarded ANY pro points from a Grand Prix, Pro Tour, or World Championship event, that player no longer has amateur status, may not participate in the Amateur Championship or Junior Super Series tournaments, and is not eligible for amateur awards at Grand Prix or other tournaments.
- Tournament Byes (Byes are not cumulative throughout the season or year)
Byes will be given to players in the Grand Prix based on the following criteria:
- Players with a Players Club level of 3 or higher
- DCI players with a Limited rating of 2025 or higher. Byes do not pass down under any circumstances. Byes are based on DCI Limited ratings published on April 19, 2006.
- Players with a Players Club level of 2
- DCI players with a Limited rating of 1925 or higher. Byes do not pass down under any circumstances. Byes are based on DCI Limited ratings published on April 19, 2006.
- Players with a Players Club level of 1
- DCI players with a Limited rating of 1850 or higher. Byes do not pass down under any circumstances. Byes are based on DCI Limited ratings published on April 19, 2006.
Side eventsSaturday : only 8-players single elimination (Constructed 3€, Draft 12€, Sealed 20€)
- Sunday :
- 8-players single elimination (Constructed 3€, Draft 12€, Sealed 20€)
- Grand Prix Trial Malmo (jul 06)
Format Sealed Deck Ravnica
Prize: 1er et 2nd : 3 byes for GP
- Junior Event
Swiss Rounds, with Top 8 single elimination
Limitation : Players must be under 16 years old
Read the Toulouse Gazetteer (in French and Spanish)
Pros will be available on Sunday for gunslinging!
Are you courageous enough to challenge them? If the pleasure of playing is insufficient to motivate you, know that there are also boosters to win for those who are able to prevail in one of these friendly yet fierce confrontations.
Bus service:A bus service will take place every 15 minutes between town and the Parc of Expositions (Ligne N° 31) from 8.00 am to 22.00 pm on Saturday and Sunday. (It will be the same service as for any other event on the Parc des Expositions)
Arriving by plane :Paris-Toulouse : 1 flight every hours
38 regular lines including 24 with international (20 in Europe).
A bus every 20 minutes for the connection between the airport and the centre town.
(Aéroport Blagnac : +33 825 380 000)
From Paris : 120 Euros
From Londres : 200 Euros
From Amsterdam : 230 Euros
From Berlin : 300 Euros
From Rome : 300 Euros
From Madrid : 280 Euros
By Train :From Paris : 88 Euros, 5h30
Train from others european city is very exepensive compared to Plane.
By Car :From Paris : 6h30 (A20)
From Madrid : 8h30
By Bus :Line 31, From Arènes station, destination : Pont Saint michel
Lines 12 and 52, From Cours Dillon et Esquirol, destination : Pont Saint michel
Line 1, From Saint Cyprien, destination : Pont Saint michel
Line 38, From Empalot and Amouroux, destination : Pont Saint michel
Lines 2, 53, 54, 56 et 62, From Cours Dillon et Esquirol, destination : Saint michel-Parlement
By Subway :Line 31, destination : Parc des Expositions Source : www.Opodo.fr, www.Sncf.fr, www.mappy.fr and www.toulousexpo.com
NOTE: The following hotels are not endorsed by or affiliated with Wizards of the Coast. The hotels on this list are taken from guidebooks and provided here for your convenience only.
Bars and restaurants in Toulouse
For more information contact
Tel: +32 70/233.277
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