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The Finals Are About to Begin!

June 2nd, 2024

It all comes down to this! Paulo Goncalves da Silva and Christopher LeBlanc will be using their Snake-Eye Decks to face off in the Finals! One of these Duelists will become the champion of YCS Indianapolis and take home the trophy!

Finals Feature Match: Kody Manabe Versus Jesse Kotton

September 10th, 2023

We’re now at the end! 731 Duelists entered, and we’re down to the final two Duelists standing in the finals of YCS Vancouver! Kody Manabe and Jesse Kotton have each torn through the competition this weekend with their Unchained decks, and now they will face off in the last Duel of the weekend. Only one of these Duelists will come out on top, and walk away with a championship trophy and an Ultra Rare Anotherverse Gluttonia Prize Card. It’s time to Duel!

Jesse Kotton

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YCS Vancouver: Final Pairing (with Deck Types!)

September 10th, 2023

Only 2 Duelists remain!

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Finals Feature Match: Christopher LeBlanc vs. Carlos Perez Padilla

July 30th, 2023

This is it! The winner of this Match will be the champion of the July 2023 Remote Duel Extravaganza TCG Main Event and receive all of the prizes associated with winning, including Ultra Rare copies of Darklord Asmodeus, Darklord Superbia, and Darklord Edeh Arae. Christopher LeBlanc and his Purrely Deck are about to face off against Carlos Perez and his Labrynth Deck. Waltham, Massachusetts’s Christopher LeBlanc is a 5-time YCS winner. Carlos Perez from Ecuador is a former Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME World Championship competitor. It’s a battle between titans in this final Match! For the last time this weekend in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Main Event, it’s time to Duel!

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Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Extravaganza Main Event: Final Pairing!

July 30th, 2023

There’s only 1 Match left in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG Remote Duel Extravaganza Main Event! See which two Duelists are facing off for the Ultra Rare YCS Prize Cards and other incredible prizes!

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Finals Feature Match: Steven Santoli vs Liam Mac Oscair

June 25th, 2023

It all comes down to this! Over a total 13 rounds, over 300 Duelists have been reduced to just two. We have Steven Santoli, piloting Exosisters. He’s been dominating in Feature Matches this weekend, and he’s got one more to go. His opponent is Liam Mac Oscair, piloting the explosive Mathmech @Ignister strategy. The winner of this Match will be crowned the North America Remote Duel YCS Champion, and will earn an Ultra Rare Anotherverse Dragon Prize Card! It’s time to Duel!

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Finals Feature Match: Denis Nadas vs. Calvin Tahan

May 28th, 2023

It all comes down to this! 2396 Duelists competed in YCS Philadelphia and only two remain! Denis Nadas and Calvin Tahan faced off only once before in their lives, and it was in the Top 4 of YCS Chicago back in 2019. Nadas won that Match and eliminated Tahan from the tournament, but lost in the Finals and missed out on his chance at a YCS Championship trophy. Now, Nadas and Tahan are paired against one another once again – but this time, the stakes are even higher because both of these Duelists are in the Finals! A victory here will give one of these Duelists a championship trophy and an Ultra Rare Anotherverse Dragon Prize Card, while the other Duelist ends his tournament run with a second-place finish. For the last time this weekend, it’s time to Duel!

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The Final Match is Underway!

February 23rd, 2020

It all comes down to this! Only two teams remain, and the members of one of them will become champions of Team YCS Las Vegas!

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Finals Feature Match: Carl Manigat vs Shunping Xu

February 16th, 2020

Carl Manigat, from Long Island, made it to the finals of last year’s Winter Invitational in Las Vegas, and in an incredible feat, has made it back to the final table!  He doesn’t want to miss out on the belt twice, but his opponent is no pushover. Shunping Xu from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania won YCS Pasadena in 2018 and started this tournament 10-0, taking only two losses via immediate concessions in Rounds 11 and 12 once his record was strong enough to ensure a playoff appearance. Both players are immensely talented but only one can walk away with the championship title belt. Who will be the Ultimate Duelist?  For the final time this weekend… it’s time to Duel!

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UDS Invitational Tulsa, OK: The Finals are about to Begin!

February 16th, 2020

It all comes down to this!

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