|Born||November 13, 1974|
|PT top 8s||2 (0 wins)|
|GP top 8s||0 (0 wins)|
Brian Weissman is a former Magic Pro Player. From mid 1994 to 1999, Weissman was among the most recognized and respected professional players of Magic: The Gathering and he appeared on ESPN 2 to provide play by play commentary for a number of Pro Tour top 8 and World Championships broadcasts.
Weissman was an important contributor to Magic theory. In 1996 he created one of the most well-known control decks in early Magic history, commonly known as "The Deck". The Deck functions on the same premise as modern control decks: gradually gaining card advantage while answering opposing threats, then playing a single large threat which is sufficient to win the game.
Professional play[edit | edit source]
Accomplishments[edit | edit source]
|1996||Pro Tour||Columbus||Block Constructed||6–7 July 1996||5|
|1996–97||Pro Tour||Los Angeles||Rochester Draft||28 February–2 March 1997||7|
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