Local Duelist Daniel Coronel is about to Duel against Ivan Alvarez from the Dominican Republic in the Finals of this year’s Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier. Both of these young Duelists are only 11 years old, but the experience at stake is one that they’ll remember for the rest of their lives. The winner of this Match will have the opportunity to compete in the 2014 Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME Dragon Duel World Championship in Italy this August, and will have his travel and accommodations paid for by Konami. Which young Duelist will prevail? We’re about to find out! It’s time to Duel!
Ivan Enrique de Jesus from the Dominican Republic! Well done Ivan, and also to all the other Dragon Duelists! This is the first time that we will have a World Championship representative from the Dominican Republic. See you next month Ivan in Italy!
As the Dueling action heats up in the Main Event and enters the Top 8, the Dragon Duelists are beginning their Top 4 to see who would be crowned the new Central American Dragon Duel Champion, and will represent the region at the World Championship!
In our Round 3 Dragon Duel Feature Match, we saw 11-year-old Daniel Coronel Contreras defeat 2013 World Championship competitor Marco Ruiz to advance undefeated in the tournament. Now, Daniel’s older brother Juan is sitting at the Feature Match table, Dueling for his chance to advance with a 3-1 record and a shot at a Top 4 finish.
13-year-old Marco Ruiz from Costa Rica took third place in last year’s Dragon Duel World Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada. Now he’s 2-0 in this year’s Dragon Duel, competing to return to the World Championship. But 11-year-old local Duelist Daniel Coronel Contreras from Guadalajara also holds a 2-0 record, and dreams big of making it to the World Championship in Italy. Marco Ruiz and Daniel Coronel Contreras are about to face off in a Match that will virtually guarantee one of these Duelists a spot in the Top 4 of the Dragons Duels. It’s time to Duel!
Here are the standings after Round 4, the final round of the day for the Central American Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier:
|1||Coronel Contreras, Daniel Isai||12||12562616|
|2||Ruiz Campos, Marco Jossue – Costa Rica||9||9687533|
|3||Alvarez Castro, Ivan Enrique de Jesus – Dominican Republic||9||9625600|
|4||Coronel Contreras, Juan Carlos||9||9500633|
|5||Martinez Mejia, Alejandro Uriel||9||9375600|
|6||Arellano Brito, Yojan Alejandro||6||6625491|
|7||Palacios Castillo, Francisco Ernesto – Panama||6||6625468|
|8||Llanes Martinez, Tadeo Emmanuel||6||6583600|
|9||Escobar Sanchez, Hugo Fernando – Guatemala||6||6562533|
|10||Abouzaid Orkendain, Jose Antonio||6||6500540|
|11||Centeno Argueta, Fernando Jose – El Salvador||6||6375566|
|12||Alzarez Garza, Gonzalo||3||3666416|
|13||Mora Duarte, Essau||3||3583541|
|14||Ramirez Brito, Joshua Daniel||3||3500466|
|15||Alvarez Garza, Patricio||3||3461541|
The Top 4 players of the day will be returning tomorrow, to see who will be crowned the Central American Dragon Duel Champion of 2014, and who will represent the region at the 2014 Dragon Duel World Champion!
Here are the standings for the Central American Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier:
Here are the standings after Round 2 of the Central American Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier:
Here are the standings after Round 1 of the Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier:
Here are the National and YCS Champions hoping to be crowned Central American Champion this weekend. Taking part in the Main Event are Gabriel Durán Barahona from Costa Rica, Victor Alonso Mejia Moreno from the Dominican Republic, Marvin Josue Enamorado Maldonado from Honduras, Guadalajara, Mexico’s very own Erick Laurentino Ramirez Rodriguez, Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez from Mexico (YCS Champion), Latchman Sookdeo Maraj from Trinidad & Tobago, Bruno Eduardo Montuori Fernandez from Guatemala and Jose Arthuro Cross Lay from Panama.