|Top Finishes||4 (1 win)|
|GP top 8s||2 (1 win)|
Kyle Rose is an American former professional Magic player. Early on, Rose was considered something of Constructed specialist, winning the 1998 US Nationals and finishing in the Top 8 of two Constructed Pro Tours (Los Angeles 1998, Chicago 1998). He later won Limited events at PT London 1999 and GP New Jersey 2002. Kyle is perhaps best known for the innovative deck he used to win his second Nationals, featuring Armageddon, Drop of Honey, and Ring of Ma’ruf.
After many years off the circuit, he picked up streaming MTG Arena after its release. This lead to a requalification for the Pro Tour, 18 years since his previous attendance.
|1997–98||Pro Tour||Chicago||Extended||10–12 October 1997||7|
|1997–98||Pro Tour||Los Angeles||Block Constructed||6–8 March 1998||5|
|1998–99||Nationals||Standard and Booster Draft||2–4 July 1999||1|
|1998–99||Worlds||Yokohama||National team||4–8 August 1999||1|
|1999–00||Pro Tour||London||Limited||15–17 October 1999||1|
|2000–01||Masters||Chicago||Limited||1–3 December 2000||4|
|2000–01||Pro Tour||Los Angeles||Rochester Draft||2–4 February 2001||5|
|2000–01||Grand Prix||Boston||Limited||24–25 February 2001||7|
|2001–02||Grand Prix||New Jersey||Team Limited||29–30 June 2002||1|
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