List of Magic: The Gathering national champions

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The Magic: The Gathering national champions are the players with the most Pro Points at the end of a Pro Tour season.[1] The title is thus awarded annually. At the annual World Magic Cup the national champion captains his nation's team.

Originally the national champions were the winners of the national championships (Nationals). Nationals took place around the world usually in summer, but were discontinued after 2011 when Wizards of the Coast restructured their Magic: The Gathering organized play program. Eligibility to play in a national championship was determined on residence instead of nationality. In some countries open nationals were held, meaning that any eligible player could compete in this tournament. Countries with larger populations of Magic players usually held invite-only nationals, requiring eligible players to qualify. Nationals as tournament events had been held since 1995 and were last held in 67 countries. As of 2013 National Champions are determined in 71 nations.

National champions were automatically qualified for the World Championship, held in the same year. In countries with invitation-only nationals the Top 4 finishers were invited to the World Championship. The Magic World Championship was also abandoned after 2011 along with the national championships. The World Championship was replaced by the Magic Players Championship and the World Magic Cup.

Mode[edit]

While the countries with smaller populations of Magic players held open entry Nationals in most countries it was necessary to qualify for the Nationals. This was usually done in one of four ways: Players who finished in the Top 8 of the previous Nationals were automatically qualified as were Level 2 Pro Players (roughly equivalent to Silver level). Further the top 25/35/75/100 ranked players in the corresponding country were invited to the Nationals, the exact number of players thus chosen depending on the number of active tournament players in the country. Finally it was possible to qualify via qualifier tournaments. Some of these qualifier tournaments were usually held at the eve of the Nationals. These were often called "Grinders".

The National Championship tournaments were usually held over two or three days, depending on the number of qualified players. They were multiformat tournaments, consisting of a Booster Draft portion and Standard portion. Usually both portions were played over six or seven rounds each with the players being paired Swiss style. After the Swiss part of the tournament the best eight players advanced to the single elimination finals. The best four players qualified for the World Championship with the best three constituting the National team at the World Championship. In countries with open-entry Nationals only the national champion qualified for the World Championship. These countries were not represented by a national team at the World Championship.

Winners[edit]

Argentina[edit]

1997: Pablo Mántaras[2]
1998: Douglas Maioli[3]
1999: Douglas Maioli[4]
2000: Andrés Moro[5]
2001: Diego Ostrovich[6]
2002: Diego Ostrovich[7]
2003: Jose Barbero[8]
2004: Mauro Kina[9]
2005: Victor Villanueva[10]
2006: Leonardo Calcagno[11]
2007: Nicolás Kohan[12]
2008: Adrián Saredo[13]
2009: Alejo Zagalsky[14]
2010: Franco Bonazza[15]
2011: Nicolas De Nicola[16]
2012: Nicolas De Nicola[17]
2013: Andres Monsalve

Australia[edit]

1997: Rod Ho[18]
1998: Rod Ho[19]
1999: Michael Doecke[20]
2000: Stephen Campbell[21]
2001: Rob Nadebaum[6][22]
2002: Justin West[23]
2003: Andrew Varga
2004: Tim He[24]
2005: Chris Allen[25]
2006: Tim He[24]
2007: Steve Alpin[26]
2008: Aaron Nicastri[27]
2009: Jamie Mackintosh[28]
2010: Adam Witton[29]
2011: Aaron Nicoll[30]
2012: Jeremy Neeman[17]
2013: Justin Cheung

Austria[edit]

1995: Mu-Luen Wang[31]
1996: Christian Peschta[31]
1997: Christian Gregorich[31]
1998: Christoph Derdak[31]
1999: Philipp Cetl[31]
2000: Helmut Summersberger[32]
2001: Benedikt Klauser[33]
2002: Stephan Genser[31]
2003: Markus Jöbstl[31]
2004: Simon Grünauer[31]
2005: Nikolaus Eigner[34]
2006: Benedikt Klauser[35]
2007: Thomas Preyer[36]
2008: Oliver Polak-Rottmann[37]
2009: Bernhard Lehner[38]
2010: Christian Gawrilowicz[39]
2011: Stefan Heigerer[40]
2012: Thomas Holzinger[17]
2013: Thomas Holzinger

Belarus[edit]

2005: Kirill Efimov[25]
2006: Dzmitry Fedarovich[41]
2007: Gleb Gobzem[42]
2008: Dimitry Lipay[43]
2009: Dimitry Lipay[44]
2010: Yehor Polschak[45]
2011: Yehor Polschak[16]
2012: Alexander Arabyan[17]
2013: Sergey Telipko

Belgium[edit]

1994:
1995: Bart Van Uffelen
1996: David Van Dijck ?
1997: Nicolas Fournier
1998: Dominique Coene
1999: Dominique Coene
2000: Vincent Gieling
2001: Gert Coeckelberg
2002: Jan Doise[46]
2003: Mats Clays
2004: Vincent Lemoine[47]
2005: Gert Coeckelbergh[25]
2006: Mark Dictus
2007: Fried Meulders[48]
2008: Pascal Vieren[13]
2009: Branco Neirynck[49]
2010: Aurèlien Dubuisson[15]
2011: Vincent Lemoine[16]
2012: Vincent Lemoine[17]
2013: Vincent Lemoine

Bolivia[edit]

2005: Juan Carlos Jaillita Zeballos[25]
2006: Richard Villafranqui
2007: Antón Nava[42]
2008: Rolando Flores[50]
2009: Juan Carlos Vargas Carreras[44]
2010: Alejandro Van Mourik[15]
2011: Pietro Sanjinés Angelaccio[16]
2012: Alejandro Van Mourik[17]
2013: Juan Carlos Vargas Carreras

Brazil[edit]

1995: Fabiano de Castro[51]
1996: Raul Assis[51]
1997: José Ricardo[51]
1998: Romário Brito[51]
1999: Roberto Dantas[51]
2000: Fabiano de Castro[51]
2001: Marcos Tanaka[52]
2002: Victor Galimbertti[53]
2003: Rafael Barros[51]
2004: Osvaldo Barbosa
2005: Pedro Henrique Uehara[25]
2006: Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa
2007: Lucas Berthoud[42]
2008: Vagner Casatti[54]
2009: Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa[55]
2010: Eduardo Mendes Lopes[56]
2011: Marcus Camargo[16]
2012: Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa[17]
2013: Willy Edel

Bulgaria[edit]

2005: Martin Nosovich[25]
2006: Hristo Tsekov
2007: Svetlin Varbanov[42]
2008:
2009: Nikolay Bogdev[44]
2010: Ivan Govedarov[15]
2011: Kaloyan Kirilov[16]
2012: Kaloyan Kirilov[17]
2013: Dobrin Paskov

Canada[edit]

1995: Eric Tam[57]
1996: Gary Krakower[57]
1997: Gary Krakower[57]
1998: Peter Radonjic[57]
1999: Marc Rajotte[57]
2000: Ryan Fuller[57]
2001: Terry Tsang[57]
2002: Jürgen Hahn[57]
2003: Josh Rider[58]
2004: Jingpeng Zhang[59]
2005: Jason Olynyk[60]
2006: Guillaume Cardin[61]
2007: Andrew Ting-A-Kee[62]
2008: Dan Lanthier[63]
2009: Jasar S. Elarar[44]
2010: Jasar S. Elarar[64]
2011: Marc Anderson[65]
2012: Alexander Hayne[17]
2013: Jon Stern

Chile[edit]

2000: Juan Reutter[66]
2001: Sebastian Suter[52]
2002: Juan Reutter
2003: Jose Luis Capdevila
2004: Waldemar Barrientos
2005: Jose Luis Capdevila[25]
2006: Julio Bernabe[67]
2007: Andres Camargo[42]
2008: Brian Grady[68]
2009: Christian A. Cespedes[44]
2010: Francisco Rojas Sessarego[15]
2011: David Kaliski[16]
2012: Patricio Roman[17]
2013: Felipe Tapia Becerra

China[edit]

2000: Jia Wei
2001: Howie Ong
2002: Howie Ong
2003: Jie Li[69]
2004: Howie Ong
2005: Hui Zhang[70]
2006:
2007: Yu Yin[71]
2008:
2009: Liang Zhu[72]
2010: Lu Chao[73]
2011: Chen Zhuang[74]
2012: Xin Sui[17]
2013: Bo Li

Chinese Taipei[edit]

2000: Chen Yu Weng[75]
2001:
2002: Tzu-Ching Kuo
2003: Chih-Hsiang Chang[76]
2004: Ming Da Tsia[77]
2005: Homg Gi Tsai[25]
2006:
2007: Yi-Jie Lin[78]
2008: Ming Chee Wang[79]
2009: Tzu-Ching Kuo[80]
2010: Tzu-Ching Kuo[15]
2011: Bo Ruad Chun[16]
2012: Tzu-Ching Kuo[17]
2013: Tzu-Ching Kuo

Colombia[edit]

2004: Nicolás Acosta
2005: Nicolás Acosta[25]
2006:
2007: Juan Fernando Giraldo[81]
2008: Carlos Amaya[82]
2009: Daniel Parra[83]
2010: Gustavo Adolfo Escobar Forero[15]
2011: Daniel Moreno[16]
2012: Daniel Moreno[17]
2013: Daniel Moreno

Costa Rica[edit]

2005: Jose De la O[25]
2006: Ricardo Madriz
2007: Alonso Bubix Arrieta
2008: Carlos Pal[43]
2009: Miguel Gatica[84]
2010: Miguel Gatica[15]
2011: Ricardo Madriz[16]
2012: Marino Donato[17]
2013: Miguel Gatica

Croatia[edit]

2002: Ivan Rubelj[85]
2003: Ognjen Cividini
2004: Filip Čeč
2005: Ivan Klarić[25]
2006: Lovro Gašparac
2007: Grgur Petric Maretić[86]
2008: Stjepan Sučić[87]
2009: Niko Bačić[88]
2010: Toni Portolan[15]
2011: Grgur Petric Maretic[16]
2012: Grgur Petric Maretic[17]
2013: Grgur Petric Maretic

Cyprus[edit]

2011: Alexendre Bakhtiarov[16]
2012: Daniel Antonoiu[17]
2013: Daniel Antonoiu

Czech Republic[edit]

1996: David Korejtko
1997: Lukáš Ladra
1998: Michal Srba
1999: Ondřej Baudyš
2000: Ondřej Baudyš
2001: Petr Nahodil
2002: Vladimír Komanický[85]
2003: Petr Nahodil
2004: Ondřej Baudyš
2005: Martin Jůza[25]
2006: Martin Jůza
2007: Tomáš Langer[89]
2008: Petr Brožek[43]
2009: Jan Kotrla
2010: Petr Nahodil[90]
2011: Pavel Bednařík[16]
2012: Martin Jůza[17]
2013: Stanislav Cifka

Denmark[edit]

1995: Jesper Thrane[91]
1996: Svend Geertsen[92]
1997: Thomas Dall Jensen[93]
1998: Timme Nyegaard[32]
1999: Palle Poulsen[94]
2000: Anton Lunau[95]
2001: Niels Sanders Jensen[96]
2002: Jonas Cleeman[85]
2003: Stefan Petersen[97]
2004: Søren Boll
2005: Rasmus Sibast[25]
2006: Rasmus Sibast[98]
2007: Tim Rasmussen[99]
2008: Janus Bossow[43]
2009: Thomas Enevoldsen[100]
2010: Martin Dang[15]
2011: Allan Christensen[16]
2012: Allan Christensen[17]
2013: Thomas Enevoldsen

Dominican Republic[edit]

2005: Pedro Pappaterra[101]
2006:
2007: Pedro Pappaterra[42]
2008: Rudy Ivan Jimenez
2009: Etienne Martinez[102]
2010: Omar Bonilla[15]
2011: Felix Osvaldo Rodriguez Acosta[16]
2012: Ronald Rodriguez[17]
2013: Ronald Rodriguez

Ecuador[edit]

2005: Mario Castillo[25]
2006: Rafael Matovelle
2007: Francisco Miranda[42]
2008: Francisco Arcos[43]
2009: Jose Intriago Suarez[44]
2010: Mario Castillo[15]
2011: Francisco Cedeño[16]
2012: Francisco Cedeño[17]
2013: Daniel López

El Salvador[edit]

2010: Ricardo Cabrero[15]
2011: Enrique Javier Lemus Molina[16]
2012: Juan Navarro[17]
2013: Ricardo Cabrero

England[edit]

English Nationals were discontinued after the 2006 Nationals with joint nationals with Scotland and Wales held since. However, in 2012 with the introduction of the World Magic Cup, England, Scotland and Wales once again have separate national champions. See Great Britain for national champions from 2007-2011.

2000: Ben Ronaldson[32]
2001: Oliver Schneider[6]
2002: Mark Waterhouse[85]
2003: Atturi Björk
2004: John Ormerod
2005: Richard Moore[103]
2006: Craig Stevenson[104]
2012: Richard Bland[17]
2013: Eduardo Sajgalik

Estonia[edit]

2000: Tanel Lumiste[32]
2001: Margus Liiber
2002: Risto Aaver[85]
2003: Huko Aaspõllu
2004:
2005: Risto Aaver[85]
2006: Erkki Sisask
2007: Aare Klooster[105]
2008: Hannes Kerem[43]
2009: Vahur-Peeter Liin[44]
2010: Taavi Ludvi[15]
2011: Taavi Ludvi[16]
2012: Oliver Oks[17]
2013: Hannes Kerem

Finland[edit]

1996: Tommi Hovi[106]
1997:
1998:
1999:
2000: Lasse Larvanko[32]
2001: Tomi Walamies[107]
2002: Tomi Walamies[85]
2003: Tomi Walamies
2004: Jussi Timonen[108]
2005: Tuomo Nieminen[109]
2006: Max Sjöblom[110]
2007: Olli Hämäläinen[111]
2008: Tero Niemi[43]
2009: Mikko Airaksinen[112]
2010: Jani Lindroos[15]
2011: Markku Rikola[16]
2012: Max Sjoblom[17]
2013: Max Sjoblom

France[edit]

1994: Bertrand Lestrée[113]
1995: Marc Hernandez[114]
1996:
1997:
1998: Pierre Malherbaud[115]
1999:
2000: Yann Hamon[32]
2001: Pierre Malherbaud[6]
2002: Sylvain Lauriol[23]
2003: Stéphane Damizet
2004: Olivier Ruel
2005: Julien Goron[116]
2006: Sylvain Lauriol[117]
2007: Guillaume Matignon[118]
2008: Christophe Peyronnel[119]
2009: Gilles Mongilardi[120]
2010: Julien Parez[121]
2011: Armel Primot[122]
2012: Raphaël Lévy[17]
2013: Raphaël Lévy

Germany[edit]

1995: Christoph Bilshausen[123]
1996: Peer Kröger[124]
1997: Oliver Krebs[124]
1998: Dirk Hein[123]
1999: Marco Blume[123]
2000: André Konstanczer[32]
2001: Daniel Zink[6]
2002: Kai Budde[23]
2003: Dirk Baberowski[58]
2004: Torben Twiefel[125]
2005: Hannes Scholz[126]
2006: Maximilian Bracht[127]
2007: Bodo Rösner[128]
2008: Olaf Krzikalla[129]
2009: Sebastian Thaler[130]
2010: Dennis Johannsen[131]
2011: Helge Nelson[132]
2012: Bernd Brendemühl[17]
2013: Jonas Köstler

Great Britain[edit]

The Nationals of Great Britain replaced the English, Scottish, and Welsh Nationals from 2007–2011.

1999: Mark Wraith[133]
2007: Craig Jones[134]
2008: Jonathan Randle[135]
2009: Daniel Gardner[136]
2010: Joe Jackson [137]
2011: Daniel Royde[138]

Greece[edit]

1995: Christos Toulis
1996: Giraleas Lefteris
1997: Filippidis Giannis
1998: Panoutsos Fotis
1999: Papaioannou Ioannis
2000: Filippidis Giannis[32]
2001: Kapalas Giorgos[139]
2002: Dimitrios Chatsios[85]
2003: Dimitris Kopsidas
2004: Simon Bertiou
2005: Vasilis Fatouros[25]
2006: Harry Yarhas
2007: Petros Tziotis[42]
2008: Theodoros Liapatis[140]
2009: Kostas Skounakis[141]
2010: Simon Bertiou[15]
2011: Fondas Papadatos[16]
2012: Fondas Papadatos[17]
2013: Simon Bertiou

Guatemala[edit]

2008: Christopher Andres Virula Martinez[142]
2009: Mariano Lemus[143]
2010: Jeersson Arturo Soch. C.[15]
2011: Castellán Robles Rigoberto[16]
2012: Rigoberto Castellan[17]
2013: Carlos Emilio Hastedt

Hong Kong[edit]

2000: Chi Fai Ng[144]
2001:
2002:
2003:
2004:
2005: Lee Yin Cheung[25]
2006: Tsang Wan Fai[145]
2007: Yeung Sun Kit[146]
2008: Lam Tsz Yeung[43]
2009: Lee Shi Tian[44]
2010: Sun Kit Yeung[15]
2011: Kai Yip Lee[16]
2012: Zhang Meng Qui[17]
2013: Lee Shi Tian

Hungary[edit]

1996: Szabolcs Tószegi
1997: Miklós Tihor
1998: Gábor Papp
1999: Gábor Papp
2000: Zsolt Tököli
2001:
2002: Gergely Gárdos[85]
2003: Gergely Gárdos
2004: Károly Lipták
2005: András Balogh[25]
2006: Zoltán Szőke[147]
2007: Tamás Nagy[42]
2008: András Balogh[43]
2009: Tamás Nagy[148]
2010: Gergely Gulyas[15]
2011: Tamás Nagy[16]
2012: Tamás Nagy[17]
2013: Tamás Nagy

Iceland[edit]

1995: Júlíus Einarsson
1996: Jóhann Möller
1997: Jóhann Möller
1998: Alvin Orri Gíslason
1999: Einar Ágúst Baldvinsson
2000: Sigurður Örn Gunnarsson[32]
2001: Yngvi Ómar Sighvatsson
2002: Gunnar Már Jóhannsson[85]
2003: Stefán Aðalbjörnsson
2004: Guðbjörn Einarsson
2005: Guðbjörn Einarsson[25]
2006: Jón Svan Sverrisson
2007: Marteinn Friðriksson[42]
2008: Torfi Ásgeirsson[43]
2009: Halldór Sigurður Kjartansson[44]
2010: Halldór Sigurður Kjartansson[15]
2011: Stefán Friðriksson[16]
2012: Héðinn Haraldsson[17]
2013: Alvin Orri Gíslason

Indonesia[edit]

2005: Fandy Cendrawira[25]
2006: Tje Fei liem
2007: Anthony Subari[42]
2008: Aziz Riphat[43]
2009: Reza Erlangga[44]
2010: Benny Soewanda[15]
2011: Reza Erlangga[16]
2012: Benny Soewanda[17]
2013: Andreas Pranoto

Ireland[edit]

1999: Ger Norton
2000: John Larkin[32]
2001: David Coghlan[149]
2002: John Larkin[150]
2003: Alan Meaney
2004: Gareth Cosgrave
2005: Darragh Long[151]
2006: Gareth Middleton[152]
2007: Conor Holmes[153]
2008: Conor Kerr[154]
2009: Chris Black[44]
2010: Chris Black[155]
2011: Alan Warnock[16]
2012: Dara Butler[17]
2013: Marcin Sciesinski

Israel[edit]

2002: Roey Tzezan[85]
2003: Baruchi Kimchi
2004: Uri Peleg
2005: Roey Tzezana[25]
2006: Aylon Manor
2007: Eviatar Olpiner[42]
2008: Asaf Shomer[156]
2009: Yoav Amir[44]
2010: Ido Faran[15]
2011: Shalom Ashwal[16]
2012: Niv Shmuely[17]
2013: Shahar Shenhar

Italy[edit]

1995: Ivan Curina
1996: Andrea Paselli
1997: Alberto Morena
1998: Tommaso Natale
1999: Raffaele Lo Moro
2000: Luca Chiera[21]
2001: Matteo Di Tomaso[22]
2002: Stefano Fiore[23]
2003: Daniele Canavesi[58]
2004: Mario Pascoli
2005: Manuel Alvisi[157]
2006: Manuel Alvisi[158]
2007: Mario Pascoli[42]
2008: William Cavaglieri[159]
2009: Luca Ravagli[120]
2010: Federico Ronchi[160]
2011: Marcello Calvetto[161]
2012: Samuele Estratti[17]
2013: Samuele Estratti

Japan[edit]

1996: Toshiki Tsukamoto[162]
1997: Tadayoshi Komiya[162]
1998: Toshiki Tsukamoto[162]
1999: Higashino Masayuki[163]
2000: Douyama Tsuyoshi[163]
2001: Goro Matsuo[6]
2002: Kazuhiko Mitsuya[23]
2003: Koutarou Ootsuka[58]
2004: Tsuyoshi Fujita
2005: Takuma Morofuji[164]
2006: Katsuhiro Mori[165]
2007: Masaya Kitayama[166]
2008: Masashi Oiso[167]
2009: Shuhei Nakamura[168]
2010: Katsuhiro Mori[169]
2011: Ryuuichirou Ishida[170]
2012: Yuuya Watanabe[17]
2013: Yuuya Watanabe

Kazakhstan[edit]

2010: Marat Zhanseitov[15]

Korea[edit]

1996: David Seo
1997: Son, Dong-Woo
1998: Kwak, Dong-Ho
1999: Jung, Heung-Jin
2000: Jung, Heung-Jin
2001: Kim, Ji-Hun[171]
2002: Yoo, Sang-oh
2003: Lee, Ji-hoon
2004: Nam, Kyoung Geun
2005: Jun Hee Kang[25]
2006: Jumin Lee[172]
2007: Hyun Woo Jeong[173]
2008: Jun Hee Kang[174]
2009: Kim Jang-hong[44]
2010: Hyun Woo Jeong[15]
2011: Tae-jin Jang[16]
2012: Cynic Kim[17]
2013: Cynic Kim

Latvia[edit]

2005: Nikolai Precenieks[25]
2006:
2007: Nikolajs Precenieks[42]
2008: Igors Rudzitis[43]
2009: Filips Kamkins[44]
2010: Filips Kamkins[15]
2011: Mihails Senins[16]
2012: Andrejs Prost[17]
2013: Andrejs Prost

Lithuania[edit]

2005: Ignas Stasevicius[25]
2006:
2007: Andrius Jautakis[42]
2008:
2009: Paulius Petkūnas[175]
2010: Arturas Zinovjevas[15]
2011: Tomas Povilaitis [16]
2012: Gaudenis Vidugiris[17]
2013: Gaudenis Vidugiris

Luxembourg[edit]

2002: Fabrice Encelle[85]
2003:
2004:
2005: Ken Geschwind [25]
2006:
2007: Yin Zhang[42]
2008: Charles Delvaux[43]
2009: Przemyslaw Nagadowski[44]
2010: Charles Thoss[15]
2011: Przemyslaw Nagadowski[16]
2012: Steve Hatto[17]
2013: Steve Hatto

Macedonia[edit]

2003: Vladimir Trajcevski
2004: Miro Popov
2005: Miro Popov
2006: Samoil Petreski
2007: Samoil Petreski[42]
2008: Ivo Neskovik[43]
2009: Vladimir Trajcevski[44]
2010: Aleksandar Panajotov[15]
2011: Andrej Loparski[16]
2012: Andrej Loparski[17]
2013: Dimitar Prodanov

Malaysia[edit]

2001: Ryan Siong Huat Soh[176]
2002: Sim Han How[177]
2003: Joe Soh[178]
2004: Au Yong Wai Kin
2005: Chuen Hwa Tan[25]
2006: Terry Soh
2007: Weng Sheng Wong[179]
2008: Au Yong Wai Kin[180]
2009: Joe Soh[181]
2010: Jason Ng[15]
2011: Lee Eing Yung[16]
2012: Chee Choong Hiew[17]
2013: Rick Lee

Malta[edit]

2005: Duncan Fleri[25]
2006: Duncan Fleri[25]
2007: Ernest Spiteri[42]
2008: Calvin Cassar[43]
2009: Jason Spiteri[44]
2010: Mark Bonett[15]
2011: Duncan Fleri[16]

Mexico[edit]

2000: Hector Fuentes
2001: Francisco Barboza Garcia[52]
2002:
2003:
2004:
2005: Francisco Barboza[25]
2006: Fernando Domínguez Roldán
2007: Sabás Barriga[182]
2008: Axel Martínez[183]
2009: Fernando Domínguez Roldán[184]
2010: Marcelino Freeman[15]
2011: Isaías Cantú[16]
2012: Isaías Cantú[17]
2013: Dalibor Trnka

Netherlands[edit]

1995: Jan-Maarten Cobben
1996: Freek ten Cate
1997: Hans Eijmaal
1998: Tom van de Logt
1999: Alexander Witt[185]
2000: Jesse Cornelissen
2001: Tom van de Logt[6]
2002: Tom van de Logt[23]
2003: Rogier Maaten
2004: Jeroen Remie
2005: Douwe van Noordenburg[186]
2006: Kamiel Cornelissen[187]
2007: Robert van Medevoort[188]
2008: Tom van Lamoen[189]
2009: Kevin Grove[190]
2010: Bas Melis[15]
2011: Ruben Snijdewind[16]
2012: Jelger Wiegersma[17]
2013: Raymond Veenis

New Zealand[edit]

1996: Tim Hammond
1997: Eoin Gibb
1998: Mark Simpson
1999: Mark Simpson
2000: Chris Wilson
2001: Roger Miller[191]
2002: Cole Swannack[192]
2003: Richard Grace
2004: Richard Grace
2005: Glenn Patel[25]
2006: Timothy James Aitchison
2007: Kerel Laycock[193]
2008: Dan Bretherton[194]
2009: Jason Chung[195]
2010: Scott Richards[15]
2011: Luke Tsavousis[196]
2012: Jason Chung[17]
2013: Walter Macmurdo

Northern Ireland[edit]

2012: Alan Warnock[17]
2013: Alan Warnock

Norway[edit]

1998: Snorre Helvik[197]
1999: Nicolai Herzog[106]
2000: Bjorn Petter Jocumsen[32]
2001: Nicolai Herzog[106]
2002: Thomas Johansen[85]
2003: Bjørn Petter Jocumsen[197]
2004: Aleksander Dahl[197]
2005: Nikolas Nygaard[25]
2006: Øyvind Wefald Andersen[197]
2007: Lars Engelberg[197]
2008: André Moshølen[197]
2009: Christian Bakkehaug[44]
2010: Eivind Nitter[15]
2011: Andreas Nordahl[16]
2012: Andreas Nordahl[17]
2013: Andreas Nordahl

Panama[edit]

2005: Joel Enrique Arauz[25]
2006: Sergio Bonilla
2007: Omar Sanjur
2008: Jose Carvajal[198]
2009: Saul Alvarado
2010: Saul Alvarado[15]
2011: Eric Espino[16]
2012: Nikola Mislov[17]
2013: Saul Alvarado

Peru[edit]

2001: Jorge Melgar Talavera[52]
2002: Jorge Melgar Talavera[199]
2003: Steven Vidalón[199]
2004: Marco Sakugawa Tobaru[199]
2005: Eduardo Pereyra[25]
2006: Luis Bonilla[199]
2007: Julio Maravi[199]
2008: Giancarlo Arbulú[200]
2009: Jose Arrieta[44]
2010: Steven Vidalón[201]
2011: Sergio Sanabio[16]
2012: Sergio Sanabio[17]
2013: Jose R. Rodriguez

Philippines[edit]

1996: Angel Diokno
1997: Rafael Lirag
1998: Sean Anthony Ortuoste
1999: Dino Yu[202]
2000: Teddy Sy
2001: Jesus Etable
2002: Reynario Estacio Jr.
2003: Gerald Camangon
2004: Francis Profeta Jr.
2005: Mark Herrin[25]
2006: JT Porter
2007: Jose Marie Sabale[203]
2008: Bayani Manansala[204]
2009: Francis Profeta Jr.
2010: Caesar Famorcan
2011: Jan Ang[205]
2012: Gerald Camangon[17]
2013: Richmond Tan

Poland[edit]

1998: Paweł Karaszewski
1999: Jarosław Paszkiewicz
2000: Marcin Sadoś
2001: Paweł Karaszewski
2002: Adrian Brzegowy[206]
2003: Przemysław Oberbek
2004: Sebastian Guliński
2005: Hubert Jaskólski[25]
2006: Przemysław Oberbek
2007: Robert Szarata[207]
2008: Tomasz Pędrakowski[208]
2009: Sławomir Jabs[44]
2010: Mikołaj Wyspiański[15]
2011: Tomasz Figarski[209]
2012: Tomek Pedrakowski[17]
2013: Tomek Pedrakowski

Portugal[edit]

1996: Rui Cordeiro
1997: Luis Figueira
1998: Eduardo Martins
1999: Hugo Machado
2000: Frederico Bastos[210]
2001: Dinis Maia[211]
2002: Kuniyoshi Ishii[85]
2003: Tiago Chan[58]
2004: Mauro Peleira
2005: Igor Barreiras[25]
2006: Kuniyoshi Ishii
2007: Fabio Rodrigues[42]
2008: Marcio Carvalho[212]
2009: Frederico Bastos[213]
2010: Hugo Sa[15]
2011: Hugo Vieira[16]
2012: Mauro Peleira[17]
2013: Rodrigo Borba

Puerto Rico[edit]

2008: Danilo Prieto[43]
2009: Braulio Rivera[44]
2010: Jorge Muniz[15]
2011: Luis Delfin Prieto[16]
2012: Jorge Iramain[17]
2013: Gabriel Nieves

Romania[edit]

2008: Andrei Vuia[214]
2009: Bogdan Vodă[215]
2010: Raoul Trifan[15]
2011: Mircea Posoiu [216]
2012: Alexandru Dimitriu[17]
2013: Alexandru Ștefănescu

Russia[edit]

1999: Konstantin Firsov
2000: Konstantin Firsov
2001: Denis Kuznetsov
2002: Pavel Solyanko[85]
2003: Albert Khamzin
2004: Artem Dushkevich
2005: Ruslan Dmitriev
2006: Vasily Tsapko
2007: Eugene Idzikovsky[217]
2008: Alexander Privalov[218]
2009: Andrey Kochurov[219]
2010: Vladimir Mishustin[15]
2011: Dmitry Olenin[220]

Scotland[edit]

Scottish Nationals were discontinued after the 2006 Nationals but the National Champion title returned in 2012 with the introduction of the World Magic Cup. Joint nationals with England and Wales were held from 2007-2011. See Great Britain for national champions 2007-2011.

1997: Martin Peden
2000: Edward Ross[32]
2001: Darryl Tweedale
2002: Nik Iskandar[85]
2003: Edward Ross
2004: David Chapman[221]
2005: Ben Sanders[222]
2006: Stephen Murray[223]
2012: Andrew Morrison[17]
2013: Stephen Murray

Serbia[edit]

2002: Isidor Nikolić[85]
2003: Đorđe Đorđević
2004: Obradović Vladimir
2005: Daniel Casnji[25]
2006: Dragan Marošan
2007: Boris Bajgo
2008: Aleksa Telarov[43]
2009: Dejan Šibul[224]
2010: Aleksa Telarov[15]
2011: Aleksa Telarov[16]
2012: Aleksa Telarov[17]
2013: Aleksa Telarov

Singapore[edit]

1998: Sam Lau[225]
1999:
2000:
2001: Junyang Ang[226]
2002:
2003: Kok Seng Ong
2004:
2005: Sam Lei Kang Lau[25]
2006:
2007: Ji Tan Rou[227]
2008: Yong Han Choo[228]
2009: Khoo Aik Seng[229]
2010: Teng Chek Lim[15]
2011: Lee Benedict[16]
2012: Kelvin Chew[17]
2013: Kelvin Chew

Slovakia[edit]

1996: Peter Marcinko
1997: Rasto Stranak
1998: Rasto Stranak
1999: Juraj Smrek
2000: Juraj Smrek
2001: Michal Jedlicka
2002: Tomas Tomecek[85]
2003: Matej Zatlkaj[46]
2004: Rasto Stranak
2005: Robert Jurkovic[25]
2006: Filip Valis
2007: Filip Valis[42]
2008: Filip Valis[43]
2009: Janos Csomos[230]
2010: Ivan Floch[231]
2011: Ivan Floch[16]
2012: Robert Jurkovic[17]
2013: Ivan Floch

Slovenia[edit]

2002: Lavs Primoz[85]
2003:
2004:
2005: Andrej Renko[25]
2006:
2007:
2008: Marko Stokelj[43]
2009: Primoz Lavs[44]
2010: Tine Rus[15]
2011: Bojan Zunko[16]
2012: Robin Dolar[17]
2013: Robin Dolar

South Africa[edit]

2001: Russell Tanchel
2002: Christiaan Du Plessis[85]
2003:
2004: Marco Panavaro
2005: Michael Nurse[25]
2006: Michael Nurse
2007: Seraj Haroun[232]
2008: Adam Katz[233]
2009: Claude Hurlimaar
2010: Dale Fienburg[15]
2011: James Combrink[16]
2012: James Combrink[17]
2013: Craig Leach

Spain[edit]

2000: Carlos Barrado[21]
2001: Daniel Bethencourt[22]
2002: Andres Ortega Montero[23]
2003: Francisco Castro
2004: Aniol Alcaraz Coca[234]
2005: Omar Rohner[235]
2006: Javier Dominguez[236]
2007: Ricardo Vicente[237]
2008: Omar Sagol[238]
2009: Enric Martí[28]
2010: Aníbal Carbonero[239]
2011: Joel Calafell[240]
2012: Joel Calafell[17]
2013: Juan Carlos Adebo Diaz

Sweden[edit]

1995: Dan Hörning
1996: Leon Lindbäck
1997: Nikolai Weibull
1998: Matti Leivo[19]
1999: Jimmy Öman
2000: Jimmy Öman
2001: Johan Johannesson[241]
2002: Anton Jonsson[85]
2003: Bertil Elfgren
2004: Carl Thille
2005: Mikael Polgary[25]
2006: Tobias Ström
2007: Matthias Agerberg[242]
2008: Fabian Sjöblom[43]
2009: Tore Hedbäck[44]
2010: Anders Melin[15]
2011: Martin Berlin[16]
2012: Denniz Rachid[17]
2013: Joel Larsson

Switzerland[edit]

2000: Christian Fehr[243]
2001: Dave Montreuil[244]
2002: Christian Kreher[85]
2003: Andrea Curti
2004:
2005: Daniel Oppliger[25]
2006: Régis Blanc
2007: Manuel Bucher[245]
2008: Mark Schwass[246]
2009: Tommi Lindgren[247]
2010: Andreas Ganz[248]
2011: Matthias Künzler[16]
2012: Andreas Ganz[17]
2013: Andreas Ganz

Thailand[edit]

2002: Veerapat Sirilertvorakul[249]
2003: Siru Phantalakun
2004: Siru Phantalakun
2005: Mongkol Tachasukjai[25]
2006: Siru Phantalakun
2007: Jakguy Subcharoen[250]
2008: Sirichai Chaisuthamporn[43]
2009: Jakguy Subcharoen[44]
2010: Kampanart Wiriyaampon[15]
2011: Suttipong Popitukgul[16]
2012: Mat Marr[17]
2013: Sethsilp Chanpleng

Turkey[edit]

1998: Yusuf Kemal Vefa
1999: Yusuf Kemal Vefa
2000: Gökhan Sarıışık
2001: Onur Konuralp
2002: Siyar Erzen[85]
2003: Eda Bilsel[251]
2004: Yusuf Kemal Vefa
2005: Yusuf Kemal Vefa[25]
2006: Cem Erdoğan
2007: Aras Senyuz[42]
2008: Emir Alimoglu[252]
2009: Cerag Kucukcaglayan[44]
2010: Cem Erdoğan[15]
2011: Emir Alimoglu[16]
2012: Sureyya Dipsar[17]
2013: Emir Alimoglu

Ukraine[edit]

2001: Artem Kozachuk[253]
2002: Andrey Rybalchenko[85]
2003:
2004: Sergey Kuznetsov
2005: Yaroslav Shlyakhov[25]
2006: Oleksandr Gerasymenko
2007: Oleksandr Gerasymenko
2008: Yury Babych[254]
2009: Artem Kozachuk[255]
2010: Igor Paslavskyy[256]
2011: Iurii Babych[16]
2012: Oleksandr Onosov[17]
2013: Mike Krasnitski

United Arab Emirates[edit]

Nationals in the United Arab Emirates were discontinued after the 2002 nationals.

2000: Rusel Mirara[32]
2001:
2002: Mark Marsden[85]

United States[edit]

1994: Bo Bell[257]
1995: Mark Justice
1996: Dennis Bentley
1997: Justin Gary[258]
1998: Matt Linde
1999: Kyle Rose
2000: Jon Finkel[21]
2001: Trevor Blackwell[6]
2002: Eugene Harvey[23]
2003: Joshua Wagener[58]
2004: Craig Krempels
2005: Antonino De Rosa[259]
2006: Paul Cheon[260]
2007: Luis Scott-Vargas[261]
2008: Michael Jacob[262]
2009: Charles Gindy[120]
2010: Josh Utter-Leyton[263]
2011: Ali Aintrazi[264]
2012: Brian Kibler[17]
2013: Josh Utter-Leyton

Uruguay[edit]

1999: Gabriel Aziz
2000: Fernando Veiga
2001: Rodrigo Asuaga[52]
2002: Alejandro Betschart
2003: Jorge Sierra
2004: Gerardo Silva
2005: Mauro Betschart[25]
2006: Ernesto Delgado[147]
2007: Alejandro Betschart[265]
2008: Jorge Sierra[266]
2009: Juan Odriozola[267]
2010: Alejandro Betschart[15]
2011: Guillermo Gruszka[16]
2012: Nicolás Righetti
2013: Martin Castillo

Venezuela[edit]

2001: Eduardo Muñoz[268]
2002: Marlon García
2003: Daniele D'Aversa
2004: Daniel Fior
2005: Frankin Montero[25]
2006: Andres Perez[269]
2007: Marlon García[270]
2008: Jose Nassif[271]
2009: Sergio Vegas[44]
2010: Jesus Enrique Somaza Mendoza[15]
2011: Pedro Elias Gutierrez[16]
2012: Humberto Patarca[17]
2013: Daniel Fior

Wales[edit]

Welsh Nationals were discontinued after the 2006 Nationals but the Welsh National Champion was reintroduced with the World Magic Cup in 2012. Joint nationals with England and Scotland were held between 2007-2011. See Great Britain for national champions from 2007-2011.

2000: Stephen Brown[32]
2001:
2002: Dan Allen[85]
2003: Roy Williams
2004: Rhys "Dragon Slayer" Thomas
2005: Gareth Beamish[25]
2012: Lewis Mcleod[17]
2013: Philip Griffiths

Continental Championships[edit]

The continental championships were tournaments held in late summer before the World Championship, inviting top players from their geographical region. All these competitions were discontinued, long before nationals championships were eventually abandoned, too. The last such event was the European championship, held in 2003.[272]

Asian Pacific Region[edit]

1997: Nathan Russell (Australia)
1998: Satoshi Nakamura (Japan)
1999: Masaya Mori (Japan)
2000: Masaya Mori (Japan)
2001: Jin Okamoto (Japan)

Europe[edit]

1998: Sturla Bingen (Norway)
1999: Nicolai Herzog (Norway)
2000: Noah Boeken (Netherlands)
2001: Eivind Nitter (Norway)
2002: David Brucker (Germany)
2003: Nicolai Herzog (Norway)

Latin America[edit]

2000: Gustavo Chapela Gaxiola (Mexico)
2001: Scott Richards (Uruguay)

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