Steven De Lara and Barrett Keys both made it to the Finals this weekend after masterfully using their Nekroz Decks in the Swiss Rounds and then skillfully drafting Battle Pack 3: Monster League. They Dueled against each other during Round 2 of the tournament, and their Match ended in a draw. Now, both of these Californian Duelists will be Dueling once again, and this time, there must be a clear victor. One of these two Duelists is about to become the champion of YCS Tacoma. It’s time to Duel!
13-year-old Ankit Sujith is Dueling against 8-year-old Toby Schmauder in the final round of today’s Dragon Duel tournament. Don’t let their young ages fool you – both of these Duelists are experienced players. 8-year-old Toby Schmauder has been Dueling since he was 6 years old, and Ankit Sujith has been Dueling since he was Toby’s age. Although both of these local Duelists will make it to the Top 4, only the first place Duelist will earn the right to Duel in tomorrow’s Dragon Duel Championship. It’s time to Duel!
Patrick Hoban from Atlanta, Georgia won the North American WCQ in 2013 and has since then won 2 Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series events featuring Battle Pack 3: Monster League drafts in the Top 16. Consequently, he’s no stranger to Battle Pack 3: Monster League drafts. Now, he’s Dueling against rising star Jonathon Gomez from Southern California in a Final Match that will determine who becomes the champion of YCS Charleston. Will Hoban’s experience drafting Battle Pack 3: Monster League give him the edge? We’re about to find out. It’s time to Duel!
Vincent Riccardi and Nathanael Patton are both 12-year-old Duelists from North Carolina, and each of them took first place in one of this weekend’s Dragon Duel tournaments. In order to win their respective tournaments, each Duelist constructed a Deck out of cards from packs of Battle Pack 3: Monster League, and used that Deck to defeat several other young Duelists. But now, Riccardi and Patton are facing off using their Advanced Format Decks, in a Duel that will determine which one of them becomes the ultimate Dragon Duel Championship winner of the weekend. It’s time to Duel!
We saw 9-year-old Dawson McGaha Duel in yesterday’s Dragon Duel Feature Match, and take on a narrow 2-1 loss. Now he’s back, Dueling against 12-year-old Nathanael Patton. Patton is currently undefeated in the tournament, but McGaha took an early loss. Will McGaha be able to defeat the undefeated? It’s time to Duel!
Welcome to the final round of Saturday’s Dragon Duel tournament! 10 young Duelists participated in today’s Dragon Duel tournament. Each of these 10 Duelists was given 9 packs of Battle Pack 3: Monster League and constructed a 40 cards Deck to use in this tournament. Now, 9-year-old Dawson Mcgaha from Greenville, South Carolina and 12-year-old Vincent Riccardi from Southport, North Carolina have made it to Table 1 in this final round of the Dragon Duel tournament! Mcgaha currently has 2 wins and a draw in today’s tournament, and Riccardi is undefeated. The winner here will secure a first place finish and a spot in the YCS Dragon Duel Championship on Sunday. It’s time to Duel!
Congratulations to Billy Brake for winning his third YCS Championship by making it through Swiss with his 60 Card Control Deck and Drafting a 3 Star Graveyard Themed Deck!
So it is down to the final two Duelist, Billy Brake vs. Senabi Kheireddine. It’s Time to Duel!!!
It all comes down to this: two of the biggest Duelists in the game going head-to-head to become a YCS winner, a Championship title that neither has managed to capture up until this point. While Hoban was the 2013 North American Champion, both of these Duelists are hungry for their first taste of YCS gold. One of them was going home with a new Championship and an Ultra Rare Ascension Sky Dragon Championship Prize Card! Let’s find out who it would be.
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