As YCS – Costa Rica draws to a close, 3rd and 4th is down to Herrera Melara Luis Arturo (Merlanteans) from El Salvador, and Morales Cerdaa William Alberto (Bear) from Costa Rica: Read more…
Alfredo Tiznado is the last Fire Fist Duelist left in the tournament. Now he’s Dueling against Alexander Chavira – the last Frog Monarch Duelist in the tournament! Both of these Duelists have never made it into the Top 32 before, and now they’re Dueling for the experience of a lifetime, as one of them will make it into the Finals!
There were four competitors left in this tournament, and two of them – including Peter Tran – were playing Wind-Ups. His opponent this round was Jeff Jones, who’d made it all the way to the Top 4 with a devastating Psychic Deck packing three copies of Grandsoil, the Elemental Lord!
Top 4: Jarel Winston vs Tyler Tabman
Tyler Tabman is continuing his recent win streak, but he’s being opposed by Jarel Winston! Tyler is using Wind-Ups with Instant Fusion for fast access to his Xyz Monsters. Winston is the last Chaos Dragon duelist in the tournament, using a unique version featuring cards like Doomcaliber Knight.
Table 1: Serge Poinsette (Dino Rabbit) vs. Feng Chen (Dragons)
Table 2: Andrew Martin (Dragons) vs. Joseph Giorlando (Dino Rabbit)
Simon Yip is the last Chaos Dragon Duelist in the tournament! His opponent is Aaron Noel, playing Dino Rabbits. The Duelists shook hands and we were ready to begin!
Here are your Top 4 Pairings.
Here are the match-ups for the Top 4.
|1||Delgado Portilla, Gerardo Jesus||Wind-Ups||vs.||Delgado Chavarry, Hector Carlos||Dino Rabbit|
|2||Garcia Hesny, Jorge Luis||Dino Rabbit||vs.||Ruiz Rios, Jonatan Javier||Dino Rabbit|
The Top 4 has been set. Six Samurai has been eliminated from the tournament. There are 3 Dino Rabbit Decks against the lone Wind-Up Deck. 4 Duelists. 3 Copies of Blood Mefist to be awarded. Who will reign supreme and walk away as YCS Lima Champion?
Only two more wins for one lucky Duelist. One thing is certain. With the 2 remaining Duelists from Peru being matched-up against each other, and the 2 remaining Duelists from Ecuador also being matched-up, the finals will be a battle between Peru and Ecuador. Stay tuned!
Four Duelists remained in this tournament, and each was playing a different Deck; over at the other table, Dino Rabbit was facing off against Chaos Piper. Here, Joseph Giorlando’s Skill Drain Elemental Heroes were pitted against Michael Balan’s Dark World. This was a matchup we’d never seen before in a Feature Match, but it seemed as if Balan’s strategy might have an advantage.
Marquis Henderson made it to the Top 4 with his T.G. Deck – a Deck that few Duelists expected to make it this far this weekend. But in getting here, Marquis Henderson proved to everyone that his T.G. Deck has some great match-ups in the current field of Decks. Now, Henderson is up against another Deck that’s vulnerable to Skill Drain and his assortment of Trap Cards – Anthony Pascariello’s Wind-Up Deck! A win for Henderson will put his T.G. Deck into the Finals, while a victory for Pascariello will be an impressive showing for newly-constructed Wind-Ups.