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Round 10 Feature Match: Jose Frias Frias vs. Micheal Steffens

March 3rd, 2019

Welcome to Day 2 of the UDS Winter Invitational in Las Vegas! We’re starting our day with Las Vegas Duelist Jose Frias Frias, who is packing a Blue-Eyes Guardragon Deck! The strategy plays a ton of unique cards including Beast King Barbaros, King Dragun, and less common Danger! monsters like Danger! Ogopogo!. He even has the YCS Prize Card Chaos Emperor, the Dragon of Armageddon! His opponent is Micheal Steffens from Fargo, ND. He’s using a unique Thunder Dragon build, using more hand traps like Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring than usual (most play none or few to accomodate Danger! monsters), Mind Control in the Main Deck, and surprises like Superdreadnought Rail Cannon Gustav Max!

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Top Tables Update: Round 10

March 2nd, 2019

Here are the top Decks as we kick off Day 2 of the UDS Winter Invitational!

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Round 9 Feature Match: Nishaad Lorengo vs. Jesse Kotton

March 2nd, 2019

We’ve entered the final Swiss round of the day! We have Nishaad Lorengo from Virginia, packing a Danger! Thunder Dragon strategy. He’s facing Toronto Duelist Jesse Kotton, using a Danger! Zombie strategy. Will Kotton’s Zombie World give him the advantage?

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Round 7 Feature Match: Ryan May vs. Marco David Morales Gomez

March 2nd, 2019

Welcome to Round 7! We have Ryan May from Los Angeles, CA, using a Subterror Deck teched out to beat the current meta. He’s playing cards like Artifact Scythe and There Can Be Only One in the Main Deck to give himself an edge against strategies like Salamangreats. His opponent is Marco David Morales Gomez, from Garden Grove, CA. He’s using a Trickstar Mekk-Knight Deck – a strategy May is likely not prepared for, but his anti-meta cards could still prove useful in this matchup.

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Round 5 Feature Match: Carl Manigat vs. Anthony Gausepohl

March 2nd, 2019

We’re at the halfway point of Day 1 here at the 2019 UDS Winter Invitational! Carl Manigat, from New York, is packing a Salamangreat Deck. He’s one of many who have chosen the strategy, recently boosted by new cards from Structure Deck: Soulburner. He’s facing San Jose Duelist Anthony Gausepohl, using a Rank 10 Train Deck! He’s looking to throw down a huge Xyz Summon and win with one huge Battle Phase.

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Round 3 Feature Match: Sebastian Chen vs. Mark Campos

March 2nd, 2019

For this Round 3 Feature Match we have Sebastian Chen from Los Angeles, CA. He’s using a Crusadia Guardragon Deck, capable of making some incredibly powerful Link Summon plays. His opponent is Mark Campos from Chico, CA. He’s playing Salamangreats, another Link Summon strategy that focuses more on consistency and card advantage than big pushes.

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Round 1 Feature Match: Jacob Kuskin vs. Corbin Diez

March 2nd, 2019

Welcome to Round 1 of the Ultimate Duelist Series Invitational – Winter 2019! We’re kicking things off with Californian Duelist Jacob Kuskin, using the newest Salamangreat strategy. He’s facing Corbin Diez, from Layton, Utah. He’s packing a Subterror Deck with some card choices we don’t often see in Subterror Decks these days, including Subterror Behemoth Stygokraken and Performapal Five-Rainbow Magician!

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Welcome to the UDS 2019 Winter Invitational!

March 2nd, 2019

Finals Feature Match: Denis Nadas vs. Raphael Neven

February 3rd, 2019

This is it! Over 1500 Duelists are reduced to only 2! Denis Nadas with Danger! Thunder Dragons is facing Raphael Neven and his Danger! Lunalights. It’s been quite a journey to get here, but soon we will crown our next YCS Champion! It’s time to Duel!

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Dragon Duel Championship: Levi Baloch vs. Alexander Muy

February 3rd, 2019

It all comes down to this! Levi Baloch, from Mississauga, Ontario, won yesterday’s Dragon Duel tournament. He’s a previous Dragon Duel Champion looking for a second win with his Danger! Thunder Dragon Deck. His opponent, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, is Alexander Muy. He won today’s Dragon Duel tournament using his ABC Deck and is ready to take it one step further. Only one Dragon Duelist can take home the trophy and the Darklord prize cards! It’s time to Duel!

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