I've been to Dan's type I in Brussels yesterday. 7 swiss rounds, no finals. I've been tweaking
Jean-Louis D'Hondt's Amnesia deck for some time, here is the version I played:

2 Amnesia
1 Ancestral Recall
1 Braingeyser
1 Counterspell
1 Force of Will
4 Mana Drain
2 Mystical Tutor
1 Recall
3 Serendib Efreet
1 Time Walk
1 Balance 
2 Disenchant
3 Swords to Plowshares
1 Deadly Insect
2 Erhnam Djinn
1 Regrowth
1 Fireball
1 Gorilla Shaman
1 Demonic Tutor
1 Jayemdae Tome
1 Mirror Universe
1 Zuran Orb 

1 Black Lotus
1 Fellwar Stone
5 Moxen
1 Sol Ring
4 City of Brass
2 Island
1 Library of Alexandria
1 Plains
4 Strip Mine
3 Tropical Island
4 Tundra

60 cards 

2 CoP Red
1 Disenchant
1 Wrath of God
2 Gorilla Shaman
3 Pyroblast
2 Pyroclasm
4 Hydroblast

Round 1: Joery - B/W/U
Joery is playing strong discard (Hymn, Stupor, Agonizing Memories, Hyppie,Rack), counters and
Fat Moti.
1st game: I drop a first turn Erhnam thanks to a Lotus and Sol Ring. Joery drops Perl and a
Plains and balances. In my remaining 3 Cards is a serendib that Joery can't get rid of...
Game two is his with a good start: Hymn, Agonizing Memories while I am slightly mana screwed
(he hymned a Tropical Island away). Soon a Fat Moti along with a Specter are giving the
beatdown and I can't recover.
In the last game, we both start slowly, I am afraid of his discard, so I strip both of his
duals with black, he is punished for playing with Gemstone Mine over City of Brass and stays
with a lone Plains, while I draw my Jayemdae, then my LoA. An Insect got rid of him.
2-1, 3 points

Round 2: Laurent Biernaux - B/R land destruction
I've been talking with Laurent about these Miners decks with Nether Void two days before the
tourney. Bad move. Laurent built it and now I had toface him. Since he beat me last week I'd
like to take revenge, but the matchup is not in my favour.
Laurent wins the toss and plays a 1st turn Vise. I have to drop an Emerald and Lotus to get
under the Vise (I've got an Amnesia in my hand, as well as a Drain, but no other land). Laurent
casts a Shaman that I drain. This helps me to drop a Jayemdae, but Laurent's LD is too much. I
die to a Factory, after having plowed a Juzam (Laurent's favourite card).
I sideboard Hydroblasts.
Game 2 is mine with a 1st turn Erhnam. Laurent can't cope with it, theParalyze doesn't stop the
Djinn as I have plenty of lands.
In game 3, none of us is in control when Laurent drops a Void. I can counter, but decide not to.
He responds to the Void by an Ancestral that I counter. Things then start to look ugly when
Laurent casts his Vise. I play a Perl and a Zuran Orb, holding a Disenchant (for his Mishra)
and a Shaman (to kill the vise) when time is called. Laurent is a bit nervous and starts
complaining as he thinks the game is his. I tell him what I am holding and so that there was no
point for me to concede.
1-1-1, total: 3-2-1, 4 points.

Round 3: Emmanuel Respen - U/W/g/b
I don't see much of his deck as he is mana screwed in game 1, and an early Erhnam seals his fate
(he still has the time to cap me, which is always bad).
In game 2, he Vampiric Tutors for a Twister at the end of my 1st turn,then proceeds to cast 2
Moxen and Twister. In my upkeep, he Ancestrals, in his turn, Lotus, Amnesia (I can't counter),
followed by Library and TimeWalk. Not much to do, I fall to an Insect.
Game 3, we are dropping lands, waiting for the first to make a move.I am tired of discarding and
cast a Tome, which is promptly drained. Emmanuel is lucking enough to hold is Amnesia and things
start to look grim (I lose 2 counters and 1 creature I think). He follows with a Rod of Ruin!
Funny guy! I am building up my hand, which seems to frighten Emmanuel since he wants to recall
his Amnesia. I drain. In my turn, I strip 2 of his blue mana producing lands, drop an Zuran Orb
as bait (he is playing with Force of Will), nothing. Cool, I can safely cast my Mirror Universe
:) I have only one City of Brass and Emmanuel has a Strip Mine on the board. But he made a huge
mistake when he doesn't strip it in the end of his turn as in my untap phase, before untapping
my lands, I take some mana, then untap, take some more mana, burn down to one. In my upkeep, I
tap the City and then sac the Mirror. Since I am the active player, he can't strip my City of
Brass before I can use it. Dan (judge) took some time to check that I can do this (I know that
I can) and D'Angelo's rulings confirm it.
2-1, total: 5-3-1, 7 points.

Round 4: Gilles Grandjean - Prosperity/Hurkyl's Recall
Too bad I have to play Gilles, as he's my only teammate today.We both know that he has to be
lucky to win, as counters put him introuble.Game 1 took some time, but Gilles manages to go
through my counters thanks to his Force of Will (he drew the 4!), and got the kill with a
Braingeyser on me followed by a Storm Seeker. I am afraid that Gilles sideboards the Blood
Moon, and put in 2 Hydroblast and one extra Disenchant, 1 or 2 Pyroblast and 2 more Shamans.
Game 2 is mine as I got a lucky 2nd turn Amnesia, followed by a MirrorUniverse.In the last game,
all I did is playing a land, a Mox and a Zuran Orb. Gilles killed me with a 22 points Storm
Seeker :( Can't do much against this. More on his tourney later.
1-2, total: 6-4-1, 7 points.

Round 5: Sven D'Hondt - B/R land destruction
Another bad matchup for me. He had Miners and Void, but replaced the Shamans by Disks. Not a
good idea IMHO. 
Game one is a long fight with me always on the edge, getting the white mana timely to plow his
Sengir or Sedge Troll, but I can never come back when Sven establishs a Miner lock. A Factory
seals my fate.
Game 2 is not better, even the Mirror can't save my butt as I die to 2 Trolls and 1 Factory
(I was holding an Erhnam, but no green mana :( ).
0-2, total: 6-6-1, 7 points.

Round 6: Johnny Michiels - R/U/W bolt with Winter Orb
With Shamans, Johnny's deck is a bit outdated, as a lone Vise is not enough and DD can't make
it for the kill. In game 1 Johnny and Cities of Pain got me down to 5, but Deadly Insect, Time
Walk, and Tutor for a Regrowth are enough to kill Johnny (he had taken 2 from a Psi Blast, so
3 Insect's bites were enough).
I win game two thanks to Amnesia followed by a Mirror Universe (I was low on life due to
Johnny's heat).
2-0, total 8-6-1, 10 points.

Final round: Johan Kennes - White weenie with a touch of blue (Dib, A.Denial)
The first game is another quick win for me as I drop a first turn Erhnam and have UU to Drain
the Plow. Johan as some mana trouble (Uniscovered Paradise can be a pain early on), and I manage
to counter his balance. His weenies make poor blockers...
In game 2, I hit Johan with a Dib, when he casts one of his, soon to be plowed. When he balances,
I ZOrb down to one land (have Sol Ring and I am holding another Dib). Johan doesn't draw lands,
and is in trouble when he starts sacrificing his lands to his Zuran Orb. He's quite happy to draw
his Maze of Ith (he has no lands in play and is down to 1). But I recall a Strip Mine and it's
2-0, total 10-6-1, 13 points.

Not enough to get prize :( should have had 15 points. As land destruction gave me problem, I
think that 2 Island and 1 Plains would be better than 4 Hydroblast. Helps against LD and Blood
Moon. Against Prosperity/Hurky's Recall, a 2nd Force of Will is necessary (plus it helps against
LD as well). Another possibility would be to replace Insect and Erhnams by Angels,which would
let me play with Moat in the sideboard.But this doesn't stop Miners...
A word on Gilles' tourney.His deck was almost the same as my brother's last week (main
differences were dropping the 2 Strip Mine for 1 Tropical Island and 1 Underground Sea to be
sure to get a blue mana source in the starting hand, and the 4th Mystical Tutor):
4 Prosperity
4 Hurkyl's Recall
4 Force of Will
4 Mystical Tutor
1 Recall
1 Braingeyser
1 Time Walk
1 Ancestral Recall
1 Timetwister
1 Wheel of Fortune
1 Kaervek's Torch
1 Regrowth
1 Storm Seeker (main feature for kill)
1 Demonic Tutor
1 Balance
4 Barbed Sextant
1 Lotus
4 Mana Crypt
4 Mana Vault
5 Moxen
1 Sol Ring
3 City of Brass
4 Island
1 LoA
1 Tropical Island
1 Underground Sea
1 Volcanic Island
60 cards

2 Cursed Totem
1 Mirror Universe
2 Blood Moon
2 Disenchant
2 Energy Storm
3 Hydroblast
3 Mana Short

Here is a quick report:
Won against a G/W (nothing to stop him)
Lost to an U/W/r (with Shaman) 0-2. In game 2, Gilles would have won in
his 2nd turn is the guy was not holding a Force of Will.
Won against a R/G? (all the guy did was dropping 3 and 2 lands...)
Won against me :(
Lost against ? due to 2 unlucky draws.
Won against a W/r White Weenie, again 2 fast games.
There is 1 win I don't remember.
15 points, 3 straight wins, 5th of the tourney.

This deck is amazingly fast. 3rd turn kill occur often if there is nothing to stop it.
Gilles often sideboarded the LEDs, and said that the Mirror should be in the main deck, instead
of the Torch, as it can save you when you don't have any card drawer.

The winner was Juan from Brussels, playing Blast with Dibs. It seems that he didn't play many
good players (that's what I've been told, and anyway grats to him). 
2nd: Pierre Cools, from Liege, playing U/W Weissman-like.