The latest video from the V Jump YouTube channel has brought us the effects of the Link Darkness Metal Dragon, Fusion Trishula, Synchro Judgment Dragon, Xyz Dark Armed Dragon, and Pendulum Chaos Emperor Dragon.
Welcome back to Day 2 of the YOT Thailand 2018. After the dust settled we are left with a majority of Sky Striker in the Top 64, and it was inevitable that we are having a mirror match. On the left is Wu Po-I and
Here is breakdown of the Top 64 decks that have made the Day 2 of the YOT Thailand 2018 Main Event.
Here is the final standing for Day 1 and the Top 64 players will be returning on Day 2.
We are near the end Day 1 and these players at the top tables of Swiss Round 7 have a very strong chance of making Day 2.
We are just slightly after the halfway mark and we have two players from Table 2. Ng Wai Loong (left) is from Malaysia and he is running Altergeist. Wai Loong had previously finished in 4th at the previous YOT Singapore 2017. Thanachart Techajaroonjit (right) is
It’s the 3rd round of Swiss and the players with 2-bye have are now in the tournament as well. On the left we have Suppanat Suyngam from Thailand using Altergeist. And on the right is Pang Ka Lok from Hong Kong is using Sky Striker.
Some Champions spotted in Swiss Round 2 of the YOT Thailand 2018.
Our opening match for the YOT Thailand 2018 features 2 local players from Thailand. Thahaphat Watjanacharoenrat on the left is running Trickstar, while Nanthich Kaewmunee on the right is playing Invoked ABC.
Welcome to Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament (YOT) Thailand 2018.