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2016/09 – Mexico City, Mexico tagged with 'Feature Match'

YCS Mexico City: Finals Feature Match: Alexander Von Soto vs. Adrian Madriz Espinoza

September 18th, 2016

It all comes down to this! Alexander Von Soto from Mexico City masterfully piloted his Blue-Eyes Deck to finals of this YCS, and now he’s Dueling against Guadalajara’s Adrian Madriz Espinoza and his Metalfoes Deck in a Match that will determine who becomes champion. The stakes have never been higher for these two Duelists, as only one of them will be able to claim a YCS title that will last a lifetime. It’s time to Duel!

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YCS Mexico City: Top 8 Feature Match: Ismael Campos Altamirano vs. Salvador Molina Ochoa

September 18th, 2016

Ismael Campos Altamirano from Mexico City and Salvador Molina Ochoa from Sinaloa, Mexico are facing off in the Top 8 of YCS Mexico City! Campos is the last Kozmo Duelist remaining in the tournament, and he’s facing off against Molina’s Metalfoes for a chance to Duel in the Top 4. It’s time to Duel!

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YCS Mexico City: Top 32: Feature Match

September 18th, 2016

Jonathan Giancarlo Galarza Arevalo from Lima, Peru is Dueling against Mexico’s Javier Alejandro Valadez Solis in a Match in our Top 32 Feature Match! Valadez is using a DARK HERO Synchro Deck that uses old favorites like Destiny Draw, Destiny HERO – Diamond Dude, Destiny HERO – Malicious, and Plaguespreader Zombie, as well as new Synchro Monsters like Ultimaya Tzolkin and Coral Dragon, to overwhelm his opponents with massive fields. Galarza is using an Odd-Eyes Deck that capitalizes on Pendulum Summons whenever possible. One of these Duelists will advance to the Top 16, while the other will be eliminated. It’s time to Duel!

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YCS Mexico City: Round 10 Feature Match: Marco Polo Morales Mascarenas vs. Rene Francisco Gonzalez Pacheco

September 18th, 2016

Marco Polo Morales Mascarenas from the State of Mexico and Rene Francisco Gonzalez Pacheco from Queretaro, Mexico are both currently 7-2 entering this final round of Swiss. That means a victory in this round would most likely translate into a Top 32 finish, while defeat is likely to equate with elimination. That means they will both be Dueling their hardest to win in this final round.

Morales and Gonzalez are both using Pendulum-based strategies this weekend, but Morales’s strategy is less traditional. Morales is using Performapal and Dinomist cards in his Deck, while Gonzalez’s strategy is geared around the Majespecter and Odd-Eyes monsters. Which strategy will prevail and make it into the Top 32? We’re about to find out. It’s time to Duel!

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YCS Mexico City: Round 9 Feature Match: Cesar Adrian Hernandez Aguilar vs. Ricardo Lora Zavala

September 18th, 2016

Oaxaca, Mexico’s Cesar Adrian Hernandez Aguilar is currently 7-1 in the tournament with his Atlantean Mermail Deck. Hernandez’s Deck is capable of opening up with explosive hands and taking quick wins. In this Round 9 Feature Match, he’s Dueling against Mexico City local Ricardo Lora Zavala. Lora is using a Metalfoes Deck made possible by The Dark Illusion, but also utilizes other Pendulum cards including Majespecters and Qliphorts. Will Lora’s Pendulum-based strategy be enough to take down Hernandez’s Atlantean Mermails? We’re about to find out. It’s time to Duel!

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YCS Mexico City: Top Tables Round 8

September 18th, 2016

Check out the Duelists and Decks at the top tables in Round 8!

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YCS Mexico City: Round 8 Feature Match: Jose Carlos Marzan Figueroa vs. Juan Carlos Cruz Dorantes

September 18th, 2016

Puerto Rico’s Jose Carlos Marzan Figueroa and the State of Mexico’s Juan Carlos Cruz Dorantes are both currently undefeated in the tournament using vastly different strategies. Marzan is using a Lightsworn Deck that thrives on sending cards from the top of his Deck to his Graveyard, and capitalizes on the former YCS Prize Card, Minerva, the Exalted Lightsworn. His opponent, Cruz, is using a Metalfoes Deck that relies on Setting Spell and Trap Cards from his Deck with the effects of his Metalfoes monsters, and performing Pendulum Summons to create large fields. One of these strategies is about to finish Day 1 with a perfect 8-0 record, and we’re about to find out which one it’ll be. It’s time to Duel!

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YCS Mexico City: Round 7 Feature Match: Eduardo Daniel Cortes Moreno vs. Jose Felix Maldonado Garrido

September 18th, 2016

Mexico City’s Eduardo Daniel Cortez Morendo and Jose Felix Maldonado Garrido from Queretaro, Mexico are both currently 5-0-1 in the tournament with their respective Decks. Cortes is using a Fairy Deck that revolves around Herald of Perfection and the new Cyber Angel cards in Dragons of Legend -Unleashed-, while Maldonado is using a Phantom Knight Burning Abyss Deck that he has modified to accommodate the new Forbidden & Limited List. Which of these Duelists will prevail? We’re about the find out. It’s time to Duel!

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YCS Mexico City: Round 5 Feature Match: Vicente Alonso Martinez Granados vs. Alejandro Viveros Luis

September 17th, 2016

Vicente Alonso Martinez Granados from Mexico City and Alejandro Viveros Luis from Oaxaca, Mexico are both undefeated so far in the tournament, and they’re Dueling against one another in our Round 5 Feature Match! Martinez and Viveros are both using Pendulum-based strategies geared around the new Metalfoes monsters from The Dark Illusion. Metalfoes failed to make it to the Top 32 at YCS Toronto under the previous Forbidden & Limited List, but many Duelists expect that the recent changes made to the Forbidden & Limited List will allow Metalfoes to emerge as a highly competitive Deck. We’ll track the progress of Metalfoes Decks throughout the weekend; but for now, it’s time to Duel in our Round 5 Feature Match!

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YCS Mexico City: Round 4 Feature Match: Ricardo Monroy Martinez vs. Alonso Chavez Huitron

September 17th, 2016

Ricardo Monroy Martinez from Mexico State is currently 3-0 in the tournament with his Madolche Deck and is Dueling against VIP Duelist Alonso Chavez Huitron in this Round 3 Feature Match! Chavez began the tournament with a two-round bye thanks to his VIP status, and then defeated a Metalfoes Deck in Round 3 to enter Round 4 with an undefeated record. Click here to learn more about how to become a VIP at the next YCS event you attend!

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