Participants will receive a Deck Builder’s Toolkit when they sign up for the Deck Builder's League.
All players build a 60-card minimum league deck, using only the 125 semi-randomised cards (suitable for building several different Magic decks) in in their Deck Builder’s Toolkit. Players play matches (best two out of three games) against other league members. Players should not play the same opponent twice in the same week.
After each match, both players report the result. Players earn one point for completing a match, and the winner receives an additional point. After a player earns 10 points, the player receives one promo card, and additional promo cards for each additional 10 points.
Each week players may add the cards from one of the four 15-card booster packs, from a variety of recent Magic: The Gathering sets, in their Deck Builder's Toolkit to the 125 semi-randomised cards (see below).
Additional Rise of the Eldrazi boosters will be awarded as prizes to the best performing players at the end of the league (based on the number of matches played, number of opponents played and Win % ).
Upper Woburn Place
5:30pm - Dorrs opens
7:00pm - League play finishes
11:00pm - Doors close
Casual Non-Rated Constructed
Computer Moderated (DCI Reporter v3)
1 x Rise of the Eldrazi Boosters per player (50.00% / 33.33% / 16.66%)
1 x WPN Promo card per 10 points
Limited: Booster Draft
Product: 3 x Rise of the Eldrazi Booster
Entrance Fee: £12.50
Prize: 1½ x Rise of the Eldrazi Boosters per player (approximately)
FOOD AND DRINK
Fully licensed bar.
On site vending machines serving drinks and snacks.
Eat-in and take-away food is readily available within the immediate area.
Telephone: 07958 224 084 (mobile)
NEAREST UNDERGROUND STATIONS
Euston - Northern Line (Charing Cross Branch and Bank Branch) and Victoria Line - 5 minutes
Euston Square - Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line and Metropolitan Line - 10 minutes walk
Goodge Street - Northern Line (Bank Branch) - 10 minutes
Russell Square - Piccadilly Line - 10 minutes walk
Warren Street - Northern Line (Charing Cross Branch) and Victoria Line - 10 minutes walk
Holborn - Central Line and Piccadilly Line - 15 minutes
King's Cross - Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line, Metropolitan Line, Northern Line (Bank Branch) and Piccadilly Line 15 minutes
Tottenham Court Road - Central Line and Northern Line (Charing Cross Branch) - 20 minutes
DIRECTIONS FROM EUSTON UNDERGROUND AND MAINLINE STATION
Leave via the front of the mainline station.
Cross both Euston Station Colonnade and Euston Square.
Walk through Euston Square Gardens and turn left onto Euston Road.
Take the first right into Upper Woburn Place.
The entrance to the hotel is halfway along the block on the left.
DIRECTIONS FROM RUSSELL SQUARE UNDERGROUND STATION
Turn left out of the station.
Turn right at the traffic lights.
The entrance to the hotel is halfway along the second block on the right.
NEAREST RAILWAY STATIONS
Euston - 5 minutes walk
St Pancras - 10 minutes walk
Kings Cross - 15 minutes walk
7, 10, 18, 30, 59, 68, 73, 91, 168, 188, 205, 253, 390, 476 and X68 - 5 to 10 minutes walk.
Airbus Route A2 – 5 to 10 minutes walk
Night Bus N5, N7, N10, N20, N73, N91 and N253 – 5 to 10 minutes walk
FREE parking is readily available on single yellow lines from 6:30pm.
There is a limited amount of parking available at meters and pay & display bays, prior to 6:30pm at a cost of 20p for 3 minutes.
There is underground car park available at the nearby Royal National Hotel. The cost of parking at the hotel for the entire day is £17.
The charge does NOT apply at weekends.
The £8 daily Congestion Charge zone covers most of central London, including the venue used by The Games Club. The congestion charge applies from 7.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public Holidays.
ACCOMMODATIONImperial London Hotels Limited
Tel: +44 020 7278 7871
Fax: +44 020 7837 4653
Since 1837, we have offered visitors to Central London a good standard of accommodation and exceptional value for money.
Our six hotels, all located in Bloomsbury, are a short walk from the British Museum, Oxford Street and London’s Theatreland, making them an ideal base to explore Central London and beyond.
The room rates are all inclusive, with no hidden extras, yet standards are not compromised. This value is not just confined to the rooms, but all the bars, cafés and restaurants, too.
Whichever Imperial London Hotel you stay in, you have access to all the group’s facilities – car parking, sightseeing tours, bars, restaurants, bowling alley, health spa, shops, bureau de change, and a good deal more.
Health Club and garage at supplementary charge.
All Rooms have private bath, shower, TV and radio (excluding County).
Prices from £43.00 (single at County Hotel) to £111.00 (triple at Royal national Hotel) per room.
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37 Tavistock Place
Tel: +44 (0)20 7388 7666
Fax: +44 (0)20 7388 7644
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Prices from £15.00 per person (8 / 12 person dormitory) to £50.00 per person (1 person private room).