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 Yugioh Tournament Reports

Deck Name: TomatoBox
Location: Boise, Id Magic Dragon Games
# of particpants: 10

TomatoBox
Monsters x20
Zaborg x2
Cyber Dragon x3
dd assailant
Don Zaloog x2
Cyber-Stein
Xiled Force x2
Sangan
Mystic Tomato x2
Dekoichi x3
Breaker the Magical Warrior
dd warrior lady
Spirit Reaper

spells x13
Wave-Motion Cannon
Last Will
Graceful Chairity
Smashing Ground x2
Confiscation
Pot of Avarice
Book of Moon
Nobleman of Xout
Heavy Storm
Mystical Space Typhoon
Reinforcemnt of the Army
Premature Burial

traps x7
Sakuretsu Armor
Mirror Farce
Bottomless Trap Hole x2
Torrentical Tribute
Call of the Haunted
Ring of Destruxion


Round 1 TomatoBox vs Warrior Beatdown
This kid won the loser's bracket, and only got there because of me. Game one, I schooled him, hitting his hand with Dons and preserving field presence with Zaborgs. 1-0
Game 2: It went longer than I had hoped. I was fighting back from a bad situation and he caught me off guard with a well-timed Heavy Storm, and then pushed through for just enough damage to finish me. 1-1
Game3: I was confident that I could pull it off. We both played well, but in the end it was my board presence that finished him off. He wasn't expecting me to be so good, but he took it gracefully. 2-1 (1-0)

Round 2 TomatoBox vs Warrior Beatdown.
This round started more than an hour after the first round started. I had finished game three of my first round long before two other people were even finished with thier first game. Niether of them were contenders, but I had a shedule after the tournament, and I wished they'd just get it over with already. When they finally did, I was paired up agains what was basically a carbon copy of the deck I'd just faced. The kid knew he was going to lose, but he gave me a good game
Game 1: I had a few surprises in store for him. He made a slight mistake and I captialized. Other than that, I had few problems 1-0
Game 2: His deck was an offensive machine this time, and I was one defensive play away from overcoming that challenge. He killed that off with his Breaker while he had a 4800 Atk Great Maju Garzett on the field pummeling me. A borg in hand with no tribute bait, no exileds, and no smashings. I had a Cyber Dragon up when the Breaker hit my Mirror Force and destroyed my Dekoichi. I had 2700 remaining, and he killed Cyber Dragon for 2700 damage. outch 1-1
Game 2 This game, he made three critical mistakes in his final turn, and I destroyed him. No sweat 2-1 (2-0)

So, it's on to the finals.
I played the guy casually before the tourney started, and he unknowingly had an illegal deck. Before the tourney, I helped him fix it up, but he gave me a good match before the tourney and there was no reason he wouldn't during the tourney.
Round 3 TomatoBox vs Warrior Toolbox.
Game 1: I had few answers for his moves, but he took me for a very long game. I lost. 0-1
I knew I would have to elevate my play to finish this thing, so I responded accordingly
Game 2: Cyber Dragons were clearly the difference in this one. I had advantage throughout and scored a farily easy victory 1-1
Game 3: I knew I was mistaken when I overextended my resources to the field. Good thing, he wasn't able to capitalize to a huge extent. We were both low on life points, and I had nothing but a Last Will and a Mystic Tomato in hand. He had no back row and an attack position Don Zaloog. I rammed the Tomato into the Don, searched a monster, activate Last Will's effect, searched another monster and attacked for game. Very close game, but I emerge victorious 2-1 (3-0)

And of course, I execute more magic and win the tournament. For this, I got two packs, from which I pulled a rather useless Super Rare and a bunch of meaningless junk for commons. Oh well, a win is a win.
 


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