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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…

The Finals: Roman Rodriguez vs. Marquis Henderson

February 19th, 2012

16-year-old Marquis Henderson is a YCS first-timer from Atlanta, Georgia. Thanks to his T.G. Deck, he has now made it to the Finals a YCS tournament! His opponent, Roman Rodriguez from Hialeah, Florida will be facing off against Henderson for a shot at the YCS victory. Rodriguez made it here with his Dino Rabbit Deck – a popular Deck choice in this weekend’s tournament.
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Semifinal: Marquis Henderson vs. Anthony Pascariello

February 19th, 2012

Marquis Henderson made it to the Top 4 with his T.G. Deck – a Deck that few Duelists expected to make it this far this weekend. But in getting here, Marquis Henderson proved to everyone that his T.G. Deck has some great match-ups in the current field of Decks. Now, Henderson is up against another Deck that’s vulnerable to Skill Drain and his assortment of Trap Cards – Anthony Pascariello’s Wind-Up Deck! A win for Henderson will put his T.G. Deck into the Finals, while a victory for Pascariello will be an impressive showing for newly-constructed Wind-Ups.
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Round 9: Julien Lafon vs. Marquis Henderson

February 18th, 2012

Julien Lafon and Marquis Henderson are both currently 7-1 in the tournament and guaranteed a seat in Day 2. But a victory in this round will help one of these Duelists get to a Top 32 finish by giving him an 8-1 record for Day 1. Julien Lafon is running Wind-Ups, and Marquis Henderson is using T.G.s. Wind-Up Decks can have a tough time against T.G.s if the T.G. Duelist manages to keep Skill Drain on the field or Set a bunch of back rows, but Wind-Up Decks have several tricks of their own.
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Round 8: Junior Dorcin vs. Deaton Cooke

February 18th, 2012

The Six Samurai won the most recent YCS, even though many members of the Dueling world were counting them out at the start of the tournament. Now, Junior Dorcin is hoping for a repeat this weekend. He’s currently 6-1 in the tournament with his Six Samurai Deck, and he’ll be facing off against Deaton Cooke, a YCS first-timer, and his T.G. Deck! A win for one of these Duelists will guarantee that Duelist a spot in Day 2.
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Sunday’s Dragon Duel Final: Ben Leverett vs. Zach Leverett

October 24th, 2011


11-year-old Ben Leverett and 12 year-old Zach Leverett are both undefeated in this final round of Sunday’s Dragon Duel! Ben is playing his Hyperion Deck against his brother Zach’s T.G.s., and the winner of this Match will be declared Sunday’s Dragon Duel Champion!

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Round 11 Feature Match: Robert DiMartino vs. Tyler Nolan

October 23rd, 2011


Robert DiMartino is currently 8-2 with Gladiator Beasts and his opponent, Tyler Nolan, holds the same record with his T.G. Deck. One of these Duelists will make it to the Top 32. The other will be eliminated right here. Which will it be?

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Round 9 Feature Match: Noah Cumming vs. Joshua Bequette

October 22nd, 2011


Joshua Bequette and Noah Cumming are both currently 6-2 in the tournament, so they’ll be counting on a victory in this Match to bring them into Day 2 with a shot at the Top 32. Noah is just one of Grapha’s many Dark World Duelists that have been pushed to the Top 10 tables by Grapha himself, and he’s facing off against Joshua’s T.G. Deck, which techs Ape Fighter. Read more…

Semifinal: Tyler Nolan VS Billy Brake

September 18th, 2011

Tyler Nolan has taken Tech Genus all the way to the Top 4, but now he’s up against Billy Brake’s Plant Synchro Deck!  Nolan is well-teched for this matchup: he defeated half a dozen Plant Synchro Duelists on his way to the Top 4.  Could he keep it up, or would Brake be headed to the Finals?
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Top 16: Tyler Nolan vs. Kyle Kuhn

September 18th, 2011

17-year-old Tyler Nolan from New Jersey is an aspiring writer who recently submitted an application to the Konami Strategy Site. He’s the last remaining T.G. Duelist in the tournament, and now he’s facing off against Canadian Duelist and YCS first-timer Kyle Kuhn, the only remaining Anti-Monster Duelist. T.G. Rush Rhino will be critical for Nolan in this Matchup, since it allows Nolan to attack over Kuhn’s strongest monsters; but Kuhn’s Thunder King Rai-Oh can spell trouble for Nolan’s T.G. Monsters.
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