March 2009 | The Irish Duelist

[Cork] Grand Qualifier : Decklists

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Event standings can be found here [CLICK].

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[Winner] Alex Hayes

Monsters: 18
3 Test Tiger
2 Gladiator Beast Laquari
2 Elemental Hero Prisma
2 Gladiator Beast Samnite
2 Rescue Cat
1 Elemental Hero Stratos
1 Gladiator Beast Darius
1 Gladiator Beast Equeste
1 Gladiator Beast Bestiari
1 Gladiator Beast Murmillo
1 Gladiator Beast Hoplomus
1 Gladiator Beast Secutor

Spells: 13
3 Book of Moon
3 Cold Wave
1 Reinforcement of the Army
1 Gladiator Proving Ground
1 Enemy Controller
1 Smashing Ground
1 Monster Reborn
1 Heavy Storm
1 Mystical Space Typhoon

Traps: 10
3 Solemn Judgment
3 Gladiator Beast War Chariot
3 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Mirror Force



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[Finalist] Mark Sheehan

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[Semi-Finalist] Martin Stephens

Monsters: 20
3 Destiny Hero - Plasma
2 Destiny Hero - Malicious
1 Cyber Dragon
1 Gorz The Emissary of Darkness
1 Chaos Sorcerer
3 Cyber Valley
2 Krebons
2 Psychic Commander
1 Elemental Hero Stratos
1 D.D. Warrior Lady
1 Marshmallon
1 Breaker The Magical Warrior
1 Plaguespreader Zombie

Spells: 16
3 Fires of Doomsday
3 Enemy Controller
2 Allure of Darkness
2 Destiny Draw
1 Heavy Storm
1 Monster Reborn
1 Instant Fusion
1 Reinforcement of the Army
1 Emergency Teleport
1 Scapegoat

Traps: 4
2 Solemn Judgement
1 Mirror Force
1 Torrential Tribute


Extra Deck: 15
2 Stardust Dragon
1 Armory Arm
1 Goyo Guardian
1 Thought Ruler Archfiend
1 Red Dragon Archfiend
1 Magical Android
1 Black Rose Dragon
1 Arcanite Magician
1 Iron Chain Dragon
1 Colossal Fighter
1 Flame Ghost
1 Reaper on the Nightmare
1 Musician King
1 Chimeratech Fortress Dragon



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[Semi-Finalist] Kevin Wong

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[Quarter-Finalist] PJ Tierney

Monsters: 19
3 Test Tiger
3 Gladiator Beast Laquari
2 Gladiator Beast Samnite
1 Gladiator Beast Bestiari
1 Gladiator Beast Darius
1 Gladiator Beast Equeste
1 Gladiator Beast Secutor
1 Gladiator Beast Hoplomus
1 Gladiator Beast Murmillo
2 Rescue Cat
1 Elemental Hero Prisma
1 Sangan
1 Morphing Jar

Spells: 11
3 Book of Moon
2 Cold Wave
2 Enemy Controller
1 Heavy Storm
1 Monster Reborn
1 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Gladiator Proving Ground

Traps: 11
3 Gladiator Beast War Chariot
3 Solemn Judgment
2 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Torrential Tribute
1 Trap Dustshoot
1 Mirror Force


Extra Deck: 15
3 Gladiator Beast Heraklinos
3 Gladiator Beast Gyzarus
1 Stardust Dragon
1 Colossal Fighter
1 Thought Ruler Archfiend
1 Red Dragon Archfiend
1 Goyo Guardian
1 Iron Chain Dragon
1 Dark Strike Fighter
1 Black Rose Dragon
1 Magical Android

Side Deck: 15
3 Dust Tornado
2 Zombie World
2 Giant Rat
2 Wall of Illusion
1 Plaguespreader Zombie
1 Gladiator Beast Retiari
1 Gladiator Beast Hoplomus
1 Crush Card Virus
1 Brain Control
1 Bottomless Trap Hole



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[Quarter-Finalist] Kieran Waters

Monsters: 22
3 Junk Synchron
2 Nitro Synchron
1 Turbo Synchron
3 Quilbolt Hedgehog
3 Mystic Tomato
1 Plaguespreader Zombie
1 Rose, Warrior of Revenge
1 Night's End Sorcerer
1 Cyber Dragon
1 The Tricky
1 Breaker The Magical Warrior
1 Sangan
1 Snipe Hunter
1 Morphing Jar
1 Spirit Reaper

Spells: 11
2 Enemy Controller
2 Mind Control
1 Heavy Storm
1 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Monster Reborn
1 Brain Control
1 Scapegoat
1 Reinforcement of The Army
1 Card of Safe Return

Traps: 9
1 Mirror Force
1 Torrential Tribute
3 Threatening Roar
2 Divine Warth
1 Solemn Judgement
1 Phoenix Wing Wind Blast


Extra Deck: 15
1 Armory Arm
2 Junk Warrior
1 Magical Android
1 Gaia Knight, The Force Of Earth
1 Goyo Guardian
2 Turbo Warrior
2 Nitro Warrior
1 Black Rose Warrior
2 Stardust Dragon
1 Red Dragon Archfiend
1 Colossal Fighter

Side Deck: 15
1 Turbo Synchron
1 Rose, Warrior Of Revenge
1 D.D. Crow
2 Marionette Mite
1 De-Synchro
1 Giant Trunade
2 Karma Cut
1 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Dark Bribe
2 Compulsory Evacuation Device
2 Light-Imprisoning Mirror



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[Quarter-Finalist] Christopher Murray

Monsters: 17
2 Evil Hero Malcious Edge
1 Elemental Hero Stratos
2 Elemental Hero Prisma
3 Elemental Hero Sparkman
3 Elemental Hero Clayman
1 Elemental Hero Burstinatrix
1 Elemental Hero Avian
1 Neo-Spacian Gran Mole
2 The Light: Hex Sealed Fusion
1 Cyber Dragon

Spells 18
2 E-Emergency Call
1 Reinforcement of the Army
1 Monster Reborn
3 Dark Calling
3 Dark Fusion
1 Future Fusion
1 Heavy Storm
1 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Giant Trunade
1 Bait Doll
1 Burial from the Different Dimension
2 Lightning Vortex

Traps: 6
3 Common Charity
3 Threatening Roar


Extra Deck: 15
1 Elemental Hero Magma Neos [1]
1 Elemental Hero Flame Wingman [1]
1 Elemental Hero Thunder Giant [1]
1 Elemental Hero Rampart Blaster [1]
2 Evil Hero Malicious Fiend [2]
2 Evil Hero Dark Gaia [2]
2 Evil Hero Lightning Golem [2]
2 Evil Hero Inferno Wing [2]
1 Evil Hero Infernal Blaster [1]
1 Evil Hero Wild Cyclone [1]
1 Cyber Twin Dragon [1]

Side Deck: 15
1 Brain Control
1 Torrential Tribute
3 Dust Tornado
3 Pulling the Rug
2 Divine Wrath
3 Light-Imprisoning Mirror
1 Breaker the Magical Warrior
1 Caius the Shadow Monarch



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[Quarter-Finalist] Kenneth Watkins

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-PJ


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[Cork] Grand Qualifier

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Date: Sunday, March 29, 2009
Tournament Format: Swiss (5 Rounds) + Top 8 Play-Off
Number of Players: 23
Location: Victoria Hotel, Cork


Standings after Swiss
[5-0] 1st: Alex Hayes (Gladiator Beasts)
[4-1] 2nd: Mark Sheehan (Apprentice Monarch)
[4-1] 3rd: PJ Tierney
[4-1] 4th: Martin Stephens (Chaos Synchro)
[3-2] 5th: Kenneth Watkins (Spellcaster Lockdown)
[3-2] 6th: Kevin Wong (Chaos Control)
[3-2] 7th: Christopher Murray (Fusion Hero)
[3-2] 8th: Kieran Waters (Synchro Rush)

Play-Offs
Kevin Wong [defeated] PJ Tierney
Martin Stephens [defeated] Kenneth Watkins
Alex Hayes [defeated] Kieran Waters
Mark Sheehan [defeated] Christopher Murray

Mark Sheehan [defeated] Kevin Wong
Alex Hayes [defeated] Martin Stephens

Alex Hayes [defeated] Mark Sheehan


Round-by-round
[0-0] Round 1: No Opponent
[2-0] Round 2: vs Stephen Roche (Earth Rush Synchro)
[2-0] Round 3: vs Martin Stephens (Chaos Synchro)
[1-2] Round 4: vs Alex Hayes (Gladiator Beasts)
[2-0] Round 5: vs Kevin Wong (Chaos Control)
[0-2] Quarter Final: vs Kevin Wong (Chaos Control)


Comments
Came down to Cork for more testing and preparation for the Irish National Championship in 3 weeks time and the results were inconclusive. I topped again, which is good, but I struggled in quite a few games and was getting rough hands all day. Also, I've come to the conclusion that I am bad at both building and utilising side-decks, which is a major concern and needs to be addressed immediately. More Limerick players came down to try and qualify and most of us made it in the end, the rest will have to try the Last Chance Qualifiers (if there are any) on Nationals weekend. I'm getting bored of this deck already and might give it a break for a week and run something 'fun' next week.

-PJ


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[Limerick] Local Tournament

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Tournament Format: Swiss (4 Rounds)
Number of Players: 18
Location: The Gathering, Limerick

Final Standings (Swiss)
[4-0] 1st: Kieren Digpal (Gladiator Beasts)
[4-0] 2nd: PJ Tierney
[3-1] 3rd: Stephen Roche (Earth OTK)
[3-1] 4th: Brandon Murtagh (Monarch)

-PJ


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[Cork] Grand Qualifier

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Date: Sunday, March 22, 2009
Tournament Format: Swiss (5 Rounds) + Top 8 Play-Off
Number of Players: 21
Location: Victoria Hotel, Cork


Standings after Swiss
[5-0] 1st: PJ Tierney
[4-1] 2nd: Kieren Digpal (Gladiator Beasts)
[4-1] 3rd: Alex Hayes (Gladiator Beasts)
[4-1] 4th: Mark Slattery (Zombie Synchro)
[3-2] 5th: Patrick Farrell (Synchro Control)
[3-2] 6th: Seán Lynch (Plant Control)
[3-2] 7th: Brian Watkins (Macro Cosmos)
[3-2] 8th: Colin Tobin (Yubel Control)

Play-Offs
Colin Tobin [defeated] PJ Tierney
Mark Slattery [defeated] Patrick Farrell
Alex Hayes [defeated] Seán Lynch
Kieren Digpal [defeated] Brian Watkins

Colin Tobin [defeated] Mark Slattery
Kieren Digpal [defeated] Alex Hayes

Kieren Digpal [defeated] Colin Tobin


Round-by-round
[2-0] Round 1: vs Stephen O' Driscoll (Batterymen)
[2-0] Round 2: vs David Duggan (Apprentice Monarch)
[2-0] Round 3: vs Kenneth Watkins (Secret Village Control)
[0-0] Round 4: vs Michael Mooney (Dark World Control)
[2-1] Round 5: vs Kieren Digpal (Gladiator Beasts)
[1-2] Quarter Final: vs Colin Tobin (Yubel Control)


Comments
Having already qualified a fortnight ago the pressure was off and I could get some solid testing in before Nationals in 4 weeks time. Since Limerick had no qualifiers this season, I got most of the regular players to travel down to Cork to try and qualify. For some it was their first ever Cork event, for others their first Grand Qualifier (Upper Deck International's new name for a Regional Qualifier) and for me, it was a chance to put some theory into practice. My matchups weren't too difficult as you can see above, except for the final round of Swiss and the Quarter-Finals, which were both very difficult challenges and games that went all the way. 4 Limerick players (other than myself) qualified, with 3 of them topping, which was good to see, and Kieren Digpal took the title back to Limerick with a deck that I helped build the day before.

My match with Colin was a real endurance test as we traded blow after blow for well over an hour before I ran out of ways to claw back the defecit in game 3, almost decking out in the process. His deck is scary and with a few tweaks it can do quite well again in the future. What I learned from the game (and the tournament) was to keep track of what's left in my deck at all times, so that I can analyse critical situations a bit better and use that information to figure out the optimal play. Other than that shortcoming I'm happy with the deck's current development path and how I played overall.


-PJ


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[Limerick] Local Tournament

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Tournament Format: Swiss (5 Rounds)
Number of Players: 16
Location: The Gathering, Limerick

Final Standings (Swiss)
[4-1] 1st: Kieren Digpal (Gladiator Beasts)
[4-1] 2nd: PJ Tierney
[4-1] 3rd: Kieran Waters (Yusei Synchro)
[4-1] 4th: Stephen Roche (Earth Monarch)

-PJ


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[Limerick] Local Tournament

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Tournament Format: Swiss (3 Rounds) + Final Playoff
Number of Players: 4
Location: The Gathering, Limerick

Final Standings (Swiss)
[3-0] 1st: PJ Tierney
[2-1] 2nd: Kieran Waters (Yusei Synchro)
[1-2] 3rd: Calvin W. (Monarch Synchro)
[0-3] 4th: David K. (Dark Control)

Final Playoff
PJ Tierney [defeated] Kieran Waters

Round-by-round
[2-0] Round 1: vs Kieran Waters (Yusei Synchro)
[2-0] Round 2: vs Calvin W. (Monarch Synchro)
[2-0] Round 3: vs David K. (Dark Control)
[2-0] Final: vs Kieran Waters (Yusei Synchro)

Thoughts
The store decided to have a small local tournament today since some people will be out of school/college/work for St. Patrick's Day weekend and small it was with only 4 people showing up. I felt like coming in to test out a new deck I've been working with and it did well, even if this wasn't the most competitive local I've ever played in. Still though, it was good to come in and have a bit of fun since I had nothing else to do.

-PJ


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[Limerick] Hobby League, Week 4/4

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Tournament Format: Swiss (4 Rounds)
Number of Players: 12
Location: The Gathering, Limerick

Final Standings
[4-0] 1st: Kieren Digpal (Gladiator Beasts)
[3-1] 2nd: PJ Tierney (Lightsworn)
[3-1] 3rd: Patrick Farrell (Monarch Synchro)
[3-1] 4th: Darren Kiff (Exodia)

Round-by-round
[2-1] Round 1: vs David K. (Monarch)
[1-2] Round 2: vs Kieren Digpal (Gladiator Beasts)
[2-0] Round 3: vs Mark Slattery (Zombie Synchro)
[2-0] Round 4: vs Aaron Mason (Six Samurai)

Thoughts
After the 'seriousness' of last week's Local Qualifier I decided to chill out this week and give the Cork local a miss. I still played in my 'casual local' in Limerick today however. Didn't bother changing the deck as I was just playing for fun and I'll be running something new in a few weeks anyway. The deck smashed pretty much everybody, though I made quite a bad misplay in the Gladiator Beast matchup during end-of-match procedure. I pretty much had game if I used Lumina's effect, but I didn't (feared a Mirror Force/Torrential Tribute) and lost because of it. These things happen, I wasn't too worried about it, I knew I wouldn't make that kind of mistake at a 'serious' event anyways.

-PJ


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[Cork] Local Qualifier

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Date: Sunday, March 8, 2009
Tournament Format: Swiss (5 Rounds) + Top 8 Play-Off
Number of Players: 20
Location: Victoria Hotel, Cork


Standings after Swiss
[4-1] 1st: Aaron McInerney (Dark Synchro)
[4-1] 2nd: Alex Hayes (Gladiator Beasts)
[4-1] 3rd: David Duggan (Apprentice Monarch)
[4-1] 4th: Seamus Allen (Stun)
[3-2] 5th: Kevin Wong (Dark Control)
[3-2] 6th: PJ Tierney (Lightsworn)
[3-2] 7th: Thomas Sheehan (Aggro Monarch)
[3-2] 8th: Brian Allen (Gladiator Beasts)

Play-Offs
Brian Allen [defeated] Aaron McInerney
Kevin Wong [defeated] Seamus Allen
Alex Hayes [defeated] Thomas Sheehan
PJ Tierney [defeated] David Duggan

PJ Tierney [defeated] Alex Hayes
Kevin Wong [defeated] Brian Allen

PJ Tierney [defeated] Kevin Wong


Round-by-round
[2-0] Round 1: vs Brian Allen (Gladiator Beasts)
[2-1] Round 2: vs Mark Sheehan (Apprentice Monarch)
[2-1] Round 3: vs Kevin Wong (Dark Control)
[0-2] Round 4: vs Seamus Allen (Stun)
[1-2] Round 5: vs Thomas Sheehan (Aggro Monarch)
[2-1] Quarter Final: vs David Duggan (Apprentice Monarch)
[2-1] Semi Final: vs Alex Hayes (Gladiator Beasts)
[2-0] Final: vs Kevin Wong (Dark Control)


Thoughts
My first National Qualifier of the year and I secured my invite, that makes the next month or so a lot less stressful to say the least. This was one of the toughest Cork events in a long time. Everybody brought their 'A-Game' and a vast improvement in card pool (there were 6 Crush Card Viruses at the event, a Cork record) meant that no single player was guaranteed the solitary National Championship invite that was on offer.

I decided to go with Lightsworn for the event, as I had been running the deck for 3 weeks now and had gone undefeated in the process. The deck did what it did (played fast and aggressive, while also making big swings in play at the flick of a switch) and I was pretty happy with it in general. As for my losses, I couldn't really do anything in Round 4. He opens with Banisher of the Radiance in Game 1 and I can't get over it, Game 2 it's a combination of Thunder King Rai-Oh and Royal Oppression that locks me out. Round 5 was just awkward, I didn't draw the right hands at the right time and took a bit of a beating because of it. I put up a fight though and stuck it out to the (literally) very last card in my deck.

That's also how I won a game in Round 3. I had about 5 cards left in my deck and 3 Lightsworn on the field. I needed to do about 7,000 damage before decking out. There was still a Judgment Dragon and a Monster Reincarnation in the deck that I didn't want to mill, so I synchro summoned Red Dragon Archfiend and cleared my field of any milling. His deck suddenly decides to stop drawing monsters so I abuse Phantom of Chaos as much as I can to clear his field before dropping the inevitable Judgment Dragon. Same thing won me the final 2 hours later.

Overall I'm happy with how I played, I'm happy with how my deck performed, given the inherent consistencies that Lightsworn can have and I'm glad I don't have to panic the Saturday before every tournament this month about earning an invite.


Decklist
Monsters: 26
2 Judgment Dragon
1 Dark Armed Dragon
1 Chaos Sorceror
3 Lumina, Lightsworn Summoner
2 Garoth, Lightsworn Warrior
2 Lyla, Lightsworn Sorceress
2 Celestia, Lightsworn Angel
2 Wulf, Lightsworn Beast
1 Aurkus, Lightsworn Druid
1 Jain, Lightsworn Paladin
1 Ryko, Lightsworn Hunter
3 Necro Gardna
3 Honest
1 Plaguespreader Zombie
1 Phantom of Chaos

Spells: 10
3 Charge of the Light Brigade
3 Solar Recharge
2 Monster Reincarnation
1 Monster Reborn
1 Heavy Storm

Traps: 5
3 Threatening Roar
1 Beckoning Light
1 Crush Card Virus

Side Deck: 15
3 Royal Decree
2 Ryko, Lightsworn Hunter
2 Ehren, Lightsworn Monk
2 Aurkus, Lightsworn Druid
1 Lyla, Lightsworn Sorceress
1 Celestia, Lightsworn Angel
1 Breaker the Magical Warrior
1 Phantom of Chaos
1 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Giant Trunade

*Extra deck is your 'standard' 15*

Towards the end of February, Stranger posted a deck on DuelistGroundz that I was quite interested in. Once I saw the deck I built my own version, which hasn't really changed since I initially put it together. I also kept track of the thread and took whatever beneficial information I could from it, as well as posting my findings and test results.

The deck plays out like a standard Lightsworn deck; beat the opponent down while setting up for a big finish (Judgment Dragon). The addition of Chaos Sorcerer was pretty obvious and Dark Armed Dragon was added as an alternate 'game ender' to Judgment Dragon. Phantom of Chaos is in there to abuse either Dragon, as well as anything that I need to take control of the game at any stage. All of the Dark Monsters outside of Dark Armed/Sorcerer are <1,000ATK also, which makes Crush Card Virus a live card if I draw it most of the time. Other than that there's nothing too special about the deck, it's just really solid.

Aurkus, Lightsworn Druid is an incredible card in this format, and if backed up by Royal Decree and/or Honest/Necro Gardna it can't really be stopped. Your opponent cannot target any of your monsters, which causes a lot of problems for most Gladiator Beast and Monarch decks. It's also a safe way to set yourself up for Celestia, Lightsworn Angel which can wreck players if played correctly. Celestia combines very nicely with the newly-limited Plaguespreader Zombie to create an alternative win condition: Dark Strike Fighter. If you add the Fighter's effect on to a successful swarm attack, you can usually deal about 8,000 points of damage in a single turn.

I'm very happy with this deck. It plays to my strengths (instinct and aggression), is very solid and has multiple ways to win. Now that I don't have to worry about hiding it from the opposition (and the fact that come Nationals, I'll be running something different anyway) I thought I might as well share it for anybody that's interested. Feel free to give it a go and share your thoughts.

-PJ


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[Limerick] Hobby League, Week 3/4

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Tournament Format: Swiss (5 Rounds)
Location: The Gathering, Limerick

Final Standings
[5-0] 1st: PJ Tierney (Lightsworn)
[4-1] 2nd: Niall O' Carroll (Black Garden Control)
[3-2] 3rd: Mark Slattery (Zombie Synchro)

Round-by-round
[2-0] Round 1: vs Calvin W. (Monarch Synchro)
[2-0] Round 2: vs David O'M. (Fusion Heroes)
[2-1] Round 3: vs Kieran Waters (Synchro/Assault)
[2-1] Round 4: vs Niall O' Carroll (Black Garden Control)
[2-0] Round 5: vs Mark Slattery (Zombie Synchro)

Thoughts
I'm fairly happy with the deck at the moment, it's made me go undefeated ever since I picked it up, both in local tournaments and on YVD. The deck being what it is, I did have my fair share of luck along the way, topping a Judgment Dragon/Honest/reincarnation at the right time to snatch a win, but I can't change that aspect of the deck in fairness. I think I'll make one or two minor tweaks before tomorrow's Qualifier in Cork as I've found some cards being a little redundant at times.

-PJ


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UkayPro is back online.

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After problems with hosting and a lot of hard work by Tech Support, UkayPro.co.uk (The UK's largest Yu-Gi-Oh! forum) is back online. The UkayPro.co.uk link will be restored shortly, but until then, please use the link below.

http://77.92.66.250/forum/index.php?act=idx

Take a look around and spread the word.

-PJ



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New Look, New Format

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With a new Yu-Gi-Oh! format upon us, I felt it was appropriate for this blog to undertake a bit of a facelift aswell.

Many thanks to Daniel Kong for allowing me to use his playmat design as the basis for the new banner above, and congratulations to him on the landslide victory in the recent Pojo Playmat Contest, where I also made it into the top 10 with this design.

Outside of the visual overhaul, not much has changed here at TheIrishDuelist. The homepage will only show the most recent blog entry to simplify matters, but all previous articles can be found on the right. The side panel has also been touched up slightly, with redundant features removed and new ones added.

I'm liking the new look, and here's to another great 6 months in this game.


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