Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour Season 2003–04 - Grand Prixs – Shizuoka, Gothenburg, Munich, Anaheim

Grand Prixs – Shizuoka, Gothenburg, Munich, Anaheim

GP Shizuoka (8–9 November)
  1. Kazuki Katou
  2. Satoshi Harada
  3. Koichiro Maki
  4. Tomohide Sasagawa
  5. Kei Ikeda
  6. Ken'Ichi Fujita
  7. Ryouma Shiozu
  8. Yusuke Sasaki
GP Gothenburg (22–23 November)
  1. Jelger Wiegersma
  2. Tommi Hovi
  3. Daniel Bertelsen
  4. Kai Budde
  5. Sam Gomersall
  6. Daniel Zink
  7. David Linder
  8. Benjamin Lindqvist
GP Munich (6–7 December)
  1. Yann Hamon
  2. Reinhard Blech
  3. Georgios Kapalas
  4. Stefan Schwaiger
  5. Tobias Kroll
  6. Hannes Scholz
  7. Steven Gouin
  8. Dirk Hein
GP Anaheim (13–14 December)
  1. Ben Rubin
  2. Nathan Saunders
  3. Nick Meves
  4. Peter Szigeti
  5. Ben Stark
  6. Paul Rietzl
  7. Blake Quelle
  8. Gerard Fabiano

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