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Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series tagged with 'Dragons'

The Finals: Andrew Martin vs. Feng Chen

May 20th, 2012

Andrew Martin from Lewisberry, Pennsylvania and Feng Chen from Brooklyn, New York are both using Dragon Decks. Chen is a YCS first-timer and Martin has only competed in 1 YCS previously. Now, one of these Duelists is about to become a YCS winner, and the first Duelist in the United States to bring Chaos Dragons to the top of a YCS tournament. Read more…

Semifinal: Serge Poinsette vs. Feng Chen

May 20th, 2012

The Top 4 Matches in the tournament both pit Dino Rabbit against Dragons. The Finals will either consist of a Dino Rabbit Mirror Match, a Dragon Mirror Match, or another Match of Dino Rabbit versus Dragons. The results of this Top 4 Feature Match, pitting Serge Poinsette’s Dino Rabbit Deck against Feng Chen’s Dragon Deck will determine which Decks and which Duelists will face off against one another in the Finals! Read more…

Quarterfinal: Jamal Niles Lagrant vs. Andrew Martin

May 20th, 2012

Only Dino Rabbit and Dragon Decks remain in the tournament, and now one of each is facing off in our Top 8 Feature Match! Jamal Lagrant takes his Dino Rabbit Deck against Andrew Martin’s Dragons in a Match that will determine each Duelist’s fate in the tournament! Read more…

Top 32: Oliver Tomajko vs. Alexander Reynolds

May 20th, 2012

Oliver Tomajko and Alexander Reynolds had a Feature Match in Round 10, and Reynolds took a 2-0 victory after 2 close games. But Tomajko made it into the Top 32 anyways, and now they’re facing off against each other in a rematch that will send one of them packing for sure! Read more…

Round 10: Oliver Tomajko vs. Alexander Reynolds

May 20th, 2012

11-year-old Oliver Tomajko is no stranger to Feature Matches. He’s one of the most skilled Duelists ever to enter the Dragon Duel tournaments, and frequently finds himself featured in the final round. But this weekend, Tomajko entered the Main Event and ended Day 1 with an 8-1 record! Now, he’s Dueling against Alexander Reynolds’s Dragon Deck for a chance to secure a Top 32 finish! Read more…

Round 9: Ivan Rositto VS Ryan Miles

May 20th, 2012

Ivan’s joining us today from Brooklyn, NY! He’s brought his Chaos Dragon Deck. Ryan traveled from South Jersey, and is piloting a T.G. Deck. Read more…

Saturday’s Dragon Duel Feature!

May 20th, 2012

12-year-old Cole Agan from Chantilly, Virginia is Dueling against 11-year-old Benjamin Leverett from Atlanta, Georgia in today’s Dragon Duel Feature Match! 40 Duelists entered the event, and these 2 Duelists are the last ones undefeated with perfect 5-0 records. But only one of them can finish the tournament in first place! Will it be Cole Agan and his Chaos Dragon Deck, or Benjamin Leverett and his Dino Rabbit Deck? Read more…

Round 1: Cordero Spencer vs. Khiem Huynh

May 19th, 2012

Khiem Huynh, from Ellicott City, Maryland, is Dueling against Cordero Spencer from Chicago, Illinois in our Round 1 Feature Match! Huynh is using a Dragon Deck, which Summons big monsters like Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon and Lightpulsar Dragon. Spencer is using a LIGHT Deck that Summons equally big Lightrays. He’s using 2 copies each of the new Lightray Diabolos, Lightray Gearfried, and Lightray Daedalus from Galactic Overload. This should be an exciting Match full of big monsters! Read more…

The Finals: Alexander Reed vs. Nizar Sarhan

April 16th, 2012

Alexander Reed is a Dallas local who went 10-1 in the Swiss Rounds and has made it to the Finals! Now, he’s taking his Dragonsworn Deck against former YCS-Championship winner Nizar Sarhan’s Dino Rabbit Deck! Sarhan won YCS Dallas in 2011 by using a Six Samurai Deck, and now he’s defending his title.
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Semifinal: Alexander Reed vs. Justin Duren

April 15th, 2012

Alexander Reed is the last Dragon Lightsworn Duelist in the tournament, and Justin Duren is the last Gemini HERO Duelist. For one of these Duelists and one of these Decks, the journey is over. But the other Duelist will advance to the Finals and compete against Dino-Rabbit for a YCS victory! Read more…