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Jeff Jones wins 75th SHONEN JUMP Championship

April 26th, 2010

The main event has concluded, and Jeff Jones has won out over 2,174 other Duelists to win the 75th SHONEN JUMP Championship Tournament, with his Quickdraw Dandywarrior Deck!

Jeff Jones

Final Round Feature Match: Jeff Jones vs. Renaldo Lainez

April 26th, 2010

Renaldo Lainez is the surprise success of the weekend, Dueling his way to the Finals with a Gadget Deck that doesn’t run any Machina monsters. Instead it plays Doomcaliber Knight, a card played in multiples in 2 of the Top 4 Decks. “People like surprises,” remarked Lainez. “I think it’s a good way to end it, don’t you think?” Lainez himself was a tremendous surprise, coming out of nowhere to defeat some of the greatest Duelists of the weekend.

His opponent is Jeff Jones, the most successful Quickdraw Dandywarrior Duelist of the weekend! Jones has made Day 2 at 5 SHONEN JUMP Championships, and won his first victory one year ago at SHONEN JUMP Championship Anaheim, winning the first Dark End Dragon prize card. Read more…

Final Round: Adric High vs. Satoshi Kato

February 28th, 2010

Both of these Duelists would walk away from this weekend with their very own copy of “Dark End Dragon,” but only 1 would leave this table a SHONEN JUMP Championship winner. Adric High is playing Zombie Lightsworn, while Satoshi Kato is running a similar Deck, but with “Phantom of Chaos” and “Sky Scourge Norleras” instead of “Judgment Dragon.” Read more…

Final Round: Michael Anderson vs. Stephen Silverman

January 10th, 2010

Over 1600 Duelists have fallen one by one, and now only two remain! Michael Anderson is the last of a contingent of Duelists from Seattle, Washington who came to this tournament, while Stephen Silverman traveled here all the way from Philadelphia. After Twilight swept SHONEN JUMP Championship Columbus, both of these competitors are playing pure Lightsworn Decks – no Chaos Sorcerers and no Dark Armed Dragons! With both competitors playing hugely explosive Decks, this one is most certainly anybody’s game. Read more…

Stephen Silverman wins SHONEN JUMP Championship Los Angeles

January 10th, 2010

In the final round:

Stephen Silverman (Lightsworn) vs. Michael Anderson (Lightsworn)
Stephen Silverman wins the SHONEN JUMP Championship – Los Angeles!

Congratulations to Stephen Silverman, the newest SHONEN JUMP Championship winner!


Finals Feature Match: Vincent Ralmbomiadana vs. Kevin Slapnik

November 15th, 2009

Only one Round remained in this tournament, and now the French 2008 National Champion would Duel Ohio’s own Kevin Slapnik. The match-up was Twilight versus Destiny Hero Zombies. Both competitors would win their copy of “Dark End Dragon” as a reward for getting to the final table, but the winner here would walk away with even more prizes and the glory of a SHONEN JUMP Championship title. Read more…

Vincent Ralambomiadana wins with his French Twilight Deck!

November 15th, 2009

The Final Round is over!

Vincent Ralambomiadana has defeated Kevin Slapnik to come out on top of this 803-Duelist tournament to win the grand prize!


Feature Match, Final Round: Morandice Black vs. Chris Bowling

October 18th, 2009

Our final Match today features the LIGHT side of the Lightsworn against their DARK side, facing off for the title of SHONEN JUMP Championship winner. Morandice Black is playing a pure Lightsworn Deck, teching copies of “My Body As A Shield,” “Lightning Vortex,” and “Phantom of Chaos” in his Main Deck.

Bowling is playing a Twilight Deck with “Chaos Sorcerer” as his DARK monster of choice, plus “Burial From a Different Dimension” and “Shiny Black “C”.” The Sorcerers, Vortex, and “My Body As A Shields” should be especially good against a pure Lightsworn Deck, so they could be game-breakers. Read more…

The Finals: Rodrigo Togores versus Herman Herrera

September 27th, 2009

Rodrigo Togores traveled from Europe this weekend with his sights set on leaving Orlando as SHONEN JUMP Championship winner! Packing a Blackwing Deck with two copies of “Blackwing – Vayu the Emblem of Honor,” Togores chose not to run “Burial From a Different Dimension,” a popular card for many other Blackwing Duelists that played in this tournament. “Black Whirlwind” has paid off hugely for Togores all weekend long, and now he’s just two wins away from capturing the Championship.

But his opponent is Herman Herrera, bringing the tournament’s most successful Vayu Turbo Deck to the Finals! A lot of Duelists doubted the power of this “Armageddon Knight” / “Dark Grepher” Blackwing Deck, but Herrera has delivered on the hype, and smashed opponent after opponent to claim his place in the finals! Read more…