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The 2001 World Championship was held from August 8–12 2001 at the Metro Toronto Convention Center in Toronto, Canada; Tom van de Logt from the Netherlands came out as the new world champion, garnering a prize of US$35,000 for his victory (as well as another US$1,000 for the success of the Dutch team he was part of).

Finishing order[]

(1) Antoine Ruel Antoine Ruel
(3-2)
Tom van de Logt
(3-2)
Tom van de Logt
(3-0)
(8) Tommi Hovi
(4) Tom van de Logt Tom Van de Logt
(via DQ)
(5) David Williams
(2) Alex Borteh Alex Borteh
(3-2)
Alex Borteh
(3-1)
(7) Jan Tomcani
(3) Andrea Santin Andrea Santin
(3-2)
(6) Michael Turian
  1. Tom Van de Logt (Netherlands) $36,000
  2. Alex Borteh (USA) $23,000
  3. Antoine Ruel (France) $15,000
  4. Andrea Santin (Italy) $13,000
  5. Michael Turian (USA) $9,500
  6. Jan Tomcani (Slovak Republic) $9,500
  7. Tommi Hovi (Finland) $7,500
  8. John Ormerod (England) $6,500 1

1 David Williams was disqualified in the quarter-finals of the Top 8 elimination, so John Ormerod from England became the official the 8th-place finisher of record.

Winning deck[]

Tom van de Logt - 2001 World Championship

External links[]

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