After 10 long rounds of Swiss, 32 Duelists remain in the tournament. Performapal Pendulums was expected to be the dominating force among the popular strategies, closely followed by Burning Abyss variants. Both Domaind and Xyz Monarchs were expected in high numbers, along with Kozmos as well. Here is the breakdown:
Here are the Top 8 Duelists at the end of 10 Swiss Rounds:
Here are the Top 32 Duelists and Decks at the end of the 11 Swiss Rounds!
Here is a quick analysis of what Decks helped their Duelist make it to the Top 16 Draft and the breakdown of Deck Types!
Take a look at the Top 32 Duelists at the end of the Swiss Rounds!
The last 20 undefeated Duelists fill out the top 10 tables in Round 6. Check out who’s at the top tables!
Here is the Breakdown of Decks in Top 32
After 10 Rounds of Dueling we are down to the top 32, here are the pairings for these elite Duelist and what they are piloting.
Here are the gifted 8 that will be vying for a spot at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Dragon Duel World Championship tomorrow. One of these Duelists (plus guardian) will be making their way to Rimini, Italy in August! We’ll see you back here tomorrow!
After the standings, in 8th place is Javier Fortun from Potosi, Bolivia with his Constellar Deck.
In 7th is Anko Gonzalez from Santiago, Chile also playing his Constellar Deck.
In 6th is Jorge Torres from Lima, Peru with his Chaos Dragon Deck.
Claudio Acosta is in 5th place, from Santiago, Chile with his Exodia Deck.
In 4th is Mijail Flores, back again for his second try at the title World Champion after his debut at the World Championship in Las Vegas last year. This year, Mijail from Lima, Peru, came with his Geargia-Hand Deck.
In 3rd place is Carlos Hernandez from Manta, Ecuador, playing his Madolche-Hand Deck.
In 2nd is Joaquin Leites playing his Bujin Deck. Joaquin is from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
And in 1st place after Round 5 is Santiago native, Julian Diaz with his Geargia-Karakuri Deck.
We’ll see you all back here tomorrow!