As a greedy and consummate player (or at least once, I have also made a name in the national competitive environment of some formats) I can not fail to report this news concerning Magic: The Gathering.

Always considered one of the hobbies par excellence for us "boys", the competitive circuit of Magic has seen in recent years some female figures come out in the limelight.

And finally, after many attempts, here is the first woman to win one Grand Prix, to be precise, that of Sidney, played last weekend.

She is Jessica Estephan and together with Ryan Lewis-Jonn e Lachlan Saunders has triumphed in the Sidney Team Grand Prix, in a tournament that saw 350 teams compete for the first (and conspicuous, economically speaking) award.

Some may argue that the victory has come in a team tournament, but honestly I'm very happy to see it as one of the most beautiful games of all time, even if now with a barrier to entry from the economic point of view, has finally seen a victorious female figure at a high level.

Congratulations to Jessica and her team!