The 150th YCS is packed full of exciting things, but a key awesome difference from other North American YCS has been the livestream coverage. The European YCS scene has adapted well to livestreaming but as far as North America goes this has been exclusive to the World Championship Qualifier, but the special celebration of the 150th YCS was enough reason for us to bring it here. As the event progresses more and more improvements are being made on site to the stream experience, showcasing both how adamant we are about giving a good viewer experience as well as that we know there ways to improve.
Check out which Duelists and Decks are at the Top 10 tables in Round 10!
Here are the Standings at the end of Round 11.
Here are the standings at the end of Round 10.
After its errata, Crush Card Virus has returned to the scene and is seeing a lot of play in any strategy that can manage to pay its cost. It can completely devastate a strategy that uses a lot of high ATK Monsters such as Nekroz or Qliphorts, but some Duelists have made adjustments in order to try to take advantage of the new text on Crush Card Virus, specifically the optional part of destroying Monsters from their Deck. So how they’re taking advantage of this?
Check out which Duelists and Decks are at the Top 10 tables in Round 9!
Here are the Final Standings at the end of Day 1, those with 19 points or more will move on to Day 2.
Christian Georges won the first YCS that implemented a Top Cut Draft, and is currently undefeated in this tournament trying to take down another Championship Series. His opponent T.J. Kinsley is also currently undefeated and does not want to give up a loss here. Whoever wins this match is most likely guaranteed for the Top Cut because there are only two rounds tomorrow, so a win here is serious business for either Duelist. Both are using Nekroz Decks designed with the mirror match in mind, so we’ll see who can show true Ritual mastery.
Georges won the roll and opted to go second.
Congratulations to todays Dragon Duel Top 4!