2001 Grand Prix Brisbane Coverage

It was to be another trans-tasman struggle between Australia and New Zealand for the title of Grand Prix Brisbane winner, with Melbourne's Richard Johnston squaring off against New Zealand's Roger Miller. Miller was packing a black/blue Atog deck whilst Johnston had drafted a blue/white control deck. In the end control prevailed over the Atogs, giving Australia revenge for New Zealands victory at GP Sydney 2000. Congratulations to 15-year-old Richard Johnston, Grand Prix Brisbane Champion.


Top 8 Final Standing

 1.  Richard Johnston (Australia) $2,400
 2.  Roger Miller (New Zealand) $1,700
 3.  Alex Shvartsman (USA) $1,200
 4.  Egidio De Gois (Australia) $1,000
 5.  Lenny Collins (Australia) $800
 6.  Dante Rosati (Australia) $800
 7.  Pang Ming Wee (Australia) $800
 8.  Daniel Romans (Australia) $800

(Click here for complete final standings)

top 8 bracket


(1) Lenny Collins

(8) Richard Johnston

(4) Daniel Romans

(5) Alex Shvartsman

(2) Dante Rosati

(7) Roger Miller

(3) Pang Ming Wee

(6) Egidio De Gois


Richard Johnston, 2-1

Alex Shvartsman, 2-0

Roger Miller, 2-1

Egidio De Gois, 2-1


Richard Johnston, 2-1

Roger Miller, 2-1


Richard Johnston, 2-0

Quick Interview (archive)

Question Four: What do you enjoy the most about Grand Prix?

Adrian Kitto: Public awareness - people just walking in and learning about magic. Michael Doecke: The social aspect. Hanging with friends you don't get to see most of the year. Bryce Trevilyan: Duplicate bombs in both limited formats, i.e. Kamahl and Vampiric Dragon.




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