You couldn’t possibly think that I’d allow a mere mortal to have the last word on YCS Columbus! Only I, Grapha, Dragon Lord of Dark World, am worthy of that honor! Only I am worthy of informing Duelists about the outcome of the weekend’s battles!
11-year-old Ben Leverett and 12 year-old Zach Leverett are both undefeated in this final round of Sunday’s Dragon Duel! Ben is playing his Hyperion Deck against his brother Zach’s T.G.s., and the winner of this Match will be declared Sunday’s Dragon Duel Champion!
The tournament is over, and the best tech cards managed to rise to the top tables! Check out which tech choices helped this weekend’s Duelists make it to the Top 32!
These guys! Read more…
Billy Brake and Alistar Albans are no strangers to the top tables. Albans has made it to the Top 32 a total of 6 times, and Brake has made it there a whopping 11 times, including a YCS victory that he took last month in Toronto! Both Duelists entered this weekend’s YCS with near-identical Decks that they built together. Deck construction will not be a factor in this Match! Luck, skill, and experience will help one of these Duelists get ahead and become the champion of YCS Columbus!
This is Billy Brake’s 4th Top 4 of the year, but so far he has only won 1 YCS in his life. Now, he’s Dueling against Thomas Vo in a Tengu Synchro mirror-Match that will determine who advances to the final round!
Hmmmm… I wonder which Deck is going to win. Read more…
Xin Huang is the only Duelist left in the Top 8 who isn’t using a Synchro Summon Deck, and he’s facing off against Alistar Albans in this Top 8 Feature Match. To advance to the Top 4 with his Agents Deck, Xin Huang will need to beat the most represented Deck in the Top 8.
And now, the Quarterfinals! Read more…
Paco Cervantes’s Deck is the last Deck in the Top 16 that uses Gallis the Star Beast. But in order for him to advance to the Top 8 with his new Deck, he’ll need to defeat Billy Brake, the winner of the previous YCS! Will Cervantes take his innovative Deck to the Top 8, or will Billy Brake keep his dream of becoming a back-to-back YCS Champion alive?