All articles for...

Posts Tagged ‘Feature Match’

YCS Ft. Worth: Dragon Duel Playoff Feature Match – Jason James vs. Kenta Lee

October 6th, 2019

This Dragon Duel playoff pits two friends against each other. Kansas Duelist Jason James is playing Crusadia Orcust (with a splash of Sky Striker?!). He’s facing Texas Duelist Kenta Lee, playing Sky Strikers. The winner of this Duel earns a set of the Darklord Prize Cards and the title of YCS Ft. Worth Dragon Duel Champion!

Read more…

YCS Ft. Worth: Finals Feature Match – Ramiro Garcia vs. Raphael Neven

October 6th, 2019

This is it. Ramiro Garcia from Dallas, Texas is Dueling against Raphael Neven from the Netherlands in a Match that will determine who wins the YCS. Neven is a 2-time YCS Champion, and although Garcia only has 1 YCS win, that victory was a mere week ago at YCS Guadalajara with the same type of Deck he’s using today! It’s Garcia’s Lunalight Orcust Deck against Neven’s pure Orcust Deck. Let’s Duel!

Read more…

YCS Ft. Worth: Top 4 Feature Match – Raphael Neven vs. Andres Torres

October 6th, 2019

The Top 4 Duel features two Duelists from outside the United States. Raphael Neven, from the Netherlands, is a two-time YCS Champion packing an Orcust strategy. He’s facing off against Andres Torres, from Colombia, who is also a YCS Champion and a UDS Champion as well! Torres is using Thunder Dragons today. It’s time to Duel!

Read more…

YCS Ft. Worth: Top 4 Feature Match – Ramiro Garcia vs. Nicolas Ortiz

October 6th, 2019

Ramiro Garcia from Dallas, Texas is Dueling against Nicolas Ortiz from Tampa, Florida in this Top 4 Feature Match! Garcia finished the Swiss Rounds with an astounding 11-0 record, failing to lose a single Match this weekend with his Lunalight Orcust Deck! He’s also fresh off of a YCS win from last weekend in Guadalajara, Mexico. Ortiz ended the Swiss Rounds with a 9-2 record using his Sky Striker Deck. One of these Duelists is about to advance to the Finals, and the other will be eliminated. It’s time to Duel!

Read more…

Dragon Duel Playoff Feature Match: Jose Santiago Blanco Godina vs. Hector Raul Hernandez Anaya

September 29th, 2019

After two days of Dragon Duels, the winner from Saturday, Jose Santiago Blanco Godina will take on Sunday’s winner, Hector Raul Hernandez Anaya for the title of Dragon Duel Champion of YCS Guadalajara! The winner will walk away with YCS Championship Trophy and Super Rare versions of the Darklord YCS Prize Cards, Darklord Asmodeus, Darklord Edeh Arae and Darklord Superbia. Who will take home the title?  It’s time to Duel!

Read more…

YCS Guadalajara Finals Feature Match: Ramiro Garcia vs. Jonhathan Sebastian Vazquez Herrera

September 29th, 2019

It all comes down to this!  YCS Guadalajara started with 788 Duelists from all around the world, and now we’re down to just 2!  Ramiro Garcia from the United States placed 20th after Swiss and has Danger! Lunalight Orcust, a Deck growing in popularity over the last couple of weeks with its ability to reuse Lunalight Tiger’s effect to Special Summon a Lunalight from the Graveyard multiple times per turn to generate some powerful combos.  His opponent is Jonhathan Sebastian Vazquez Herrera who placed 14th after Swiss and has Sky Striker, a Deck that has proven to adapt to its surroundings and stay competitive in the right hands.  Only one of these Duelists will walk away with an Ultra Rare version of the YCS Prize Card Duel Link Dragon, the Duel Dragon and the title of YCS Champion.  Who will it be?  For the final time this weekend, it’s time to Duel!

Read more…

Top 4 Feature Match: Jonhathan Sebastian Vazquez Herrera vs. Alan Omar Roman Villagomez

September 29th, 2019

Welcome to the Semi-Finals! Four Duelists are 2 wins away from a Championship and each is one win away from a guaranteed Super Rare version of the YCS Prize Card Duel Link Dragon, the Duel Dragon! Jonhathan Sebastian Vazquez Herrera placed 14th after Swiss and has Sky Striker, a popular pick here in Guadalajara while Alan Omar Roman Villagomez, who placed 10th after Swiss, has what was described to me as Pendulum Magician but I’d like to think it’s more like Odd-Eyes Pendulum Magician. Which of these talented Duelists will make it to the Finals?  It’s time to Duel!

Read more…

Top 8 Feature Match: Juan Carlos Panales Cortes vs. Edwin Azuma Monreal Araiza

September 29th, 2019

Welcome to the Top 8! Just three Rounds left before we have a new YCS Champion! Juan Carlos Panales Cortes from Aguas Calientes finished Swiss in 16th place as the only Infernoid player in the Top 32. He’s taking on Edwin Azuma Monreal Araiza from San Luiz Potosi who finished 25th after Swiss and his Salamangreat Deck. Panales Cortes may have the advantage as Infernoids can clear the opponent’s Graveyard which happens to be valuable resource for Salamangreat players. Only one of these talented Duelists will move on to the Top 4. It’s time to Duel!

Read more…

Top 16 Feature Match: Esala Sammidha de Alwis Wathuthantrige vs. Salvador Molina Ochoa

September 29th, 2019

Welcome to the Top 16!  Esala Sammidha de Alwis Wathuthantrige is from Los Angeles, California and placed 12th after Swiss with Salamangreat.  This is another YCS Top in a long line of YCS Top Cut appearances.  His opponent is the 28th seed Salvador Molina Ochoa for Mexico and he has what is essentially an Orcust Deck but also uses Trickstar and Sky Striker cards to enable the Orcust combo.  It’s the type of Deck that we saw earlier in the year when Duelists were first starting to figure out how to put two monsters with different names on the field, and the Deck has clearly done well for Salvador Molina Ochoa.  Will it get him to the Top 8, or will Esala get one step closer to his first YCS Championship?  It’s time to Duel!

Read more…

Top 32 Feature Match: Adrian Madriz Espinoza vs. Andres David Torres Reyes

September 29th, 2019

Welcome to the Top 32! It’s Single Elimination from here on out! And let me tell you, all of these 16 matches are worthy enough for a feature and picking just one of them was incredibly difficult. Even though we’ve already featured the 11th seed Adrian Madriz Espinoza from Guadalajara on Day 1, I also wanted to feature Andres David Torres Reyes, a UDS Champion and the winner of the 200th YCS in Mexico who placed 22nd after Swiss. Andres David Torres Reyes from Columbia has Danger! Thunder Dragon Orcust while Adrian Madriz Espinoza has Endymion Pendulum. Only one of these accomplished Duelists will make it to the Top 16. It’s time to Duel!’

Read more…