Jens Thorén

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Jens Thorén
Residence Umeå, Sweden[1]
Nationality Sweden Swedish
Winnings US$94,095[2]
Pro Tour wins (Top 8) 0 (2)[3]
Grand Prix wins (Top 8) 0 (4)[4]
Lifetime Pro Points 149[5]
Planeswalker Level 43 (Battlemage)

Jens Thorén is a former professional Magic: The Gathering player from Sweden. He is best known for winning the 2002 Magic Invitational and finishing in the top 4 of two Pro Tours in a row (San Diego and Osaka) in the 2001–02 season. That season, he also finished second in the Player of the Year race to Kai Budde. He won the Masters tournament in Houston the following season. After winning the Magic Invitational, a version of the card he designed was printed in Mirrodin as Solemn Simulacrum.

Accomplishments[edit]

Season Event type Location Format Date Rank
2000–01 Grand Prix Helsinki Rochester Draft 28–29 October 2000 8
2000–01 Grand Prix Prague Sealed and Booster Draft 10–11 March 2001 2
2000–01 European Championship Milan Special 29 June–1 July 2001 5
2001–02 Pro Tour San Diego Rochester Draft 10–13 January 2002 2
2001–02 Pro Tour Osaka Block Constructed 15–17 March 2002 4
2001–02 Masters Nice Extended 3–5 May 2002 5
2002–03 Grand Prix Copenhagen Rochester Draft 12–13 October 2002 6
2002–03 Invitational Seattle Special 18–20 October 2002 1
2002–03 Masters Houston Booster Draft 8–10 November 2002 1
2002–03 Grand Prix Amsterdam Team Limited 7–8 June 2003 3
2003–04 Invitational Los Angeles Special 11–13 May 2004 5
2008 Nationals Sweden Standard and Booster Draft September 2008 6

Last updated: 7 April 2009
Source: wizards.com

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DCI & RPGA Rankings and Ratings". The DCI. 2009-11-23. Retrieved 2009-11-28. 
  2. ^ "Lifetime Winnings Leaders". Retrieved 2007-02-25. 
  3. ^ "Lifetime Pro Tour Top 8s". Retrieved 2007-02-25. 
  4. ^ "Lifetime Grand Prix Top 8s". Retrieved 2007-02-25. 
  5. ^ "DCI & RPGA Rankings and Ratings". The DCI. 30 August 2010. Retrieved 2010-09-06. 

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Preceded by
Germany Kai Budde
Magic Invitational Champion
2002
Succeeded by
United States Bob Maher, Jr.