[OCG] [Philippines] Yu-Gi-Oh Weekly Tournament Results (February 28 – March 02)

Here we are again, with yet another one of my sloppy reports! I don’t know how many of you guys are actually uninterested and/or pissed off at so much dumps of Decklists from a different game format in a Third World country, but I simply don’t care LOL. The more I get to post these articles on the Organization’s website brings me inches closer to fulfilling a very important ulterior motive.

Do you wanna know what it is?

Okay, I guess I could let you readers in on a little background information about the Yu-Gi-Oh scene here in our country. We are an ever-growing community, granted Organized Play by Konami Asia nearly five years ago, but our efforts to spread the word of Yu-Gi-Oh is a bit hampered by the rampant usage of dirt-cheap counterfeit YGO merchandise, which has existed here way longer than we have had Organized Play. Sad as it may seem, some of these counterfeit players (they’re mostly kids/teens) might have never even seen original cards before, thinking they were actually playing the real thing all this while. But the merciless truth has to be told to them at some point.

One of my reasons for asking permission to post tournament results on this great grand website is that hopefully, if counterfeit players who might be unaware about sanctioned tournaments were to actually see that “original Yu-Gi-Oh” exists in the country, and results are continuously being published, they might actually feel motivated to try to invest in original cards and play their money’s worth, leave all their trashy fake cards behind and join in on the fun. I guess we could try to do a nicely detailed article about the counterfeit problem here in the country, if that would even be an interesting read for anyone non-Filipino.

 

Oh yeah, I was supposed to bring forth Decklists.

 

Ongkeco Hobby Shop Pod 1
(10 Participants, Swiss)
Winner: JC Francisco
Deck: Madolche

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Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 1A
(16 Participants, Single Elims)
Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 2A
(16 Participants, Single Elims)
Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 3A
(16 Participants, Single Elims)
Winner (of all three Pods): Abiel Alejandro
Deck: Dragon Rulers
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Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 2B
(16 Participants, Single Elims)
Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 3B
(16 Participants, Single Elims)
Winner (of both Pods): Elvis Agoto Jr
Deck: Chronomaly/Artifact
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Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 1B
(16 Participants, Single Elims)
Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 4B
(16 Participants, Single Elims)
Winner (of both Pods): Edsel Gozon
Deck: Dragon Rulers
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Courtside SM North EDSA Pod 1
(7 Participants, Modified Single Elims)
Winner: Edsel Gozon
Deck: Dragon Rulers
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Courtside SM North EDSA Pod 2
(16 Participants, Single Elims)
Winner: Floyd Gian Pelle
Deck: Bujin
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Anaheim Hobby Shop Pod 1
(8 participants, Single Elims)
Winner: Chris Kimberly Anito
Deck: Neos
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Anaheim Hobby Shop Pod 2
(8 participants, Single Elims)
Winner: Harold Renz Case
Deck: Boston Celtics (Dark World)
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Anaheim Hobby Shop Pod 3
(8 participants, Single Elims)
Winner: Cloyd Del Puerto
Deck: Ghostrick
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SkullBuster

Being generally known as a fastidious yet condescending lifeform, SkullBuster usually lives a solitary nocturnal lifestyle, feeding on hefty amounts of chips and sweets and sodas he can grab within his reach. If the need arises, he would go out and slither to the nearest convenience store for nourishment.

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