YOT Thailand 2018 Main Event Top 8 players’ decklists.
Date: 29 March 2018 Limit Regulation List: April 2018 OCG Venue: Singapore Number of Participants: 22 1st Place: Tengu Sentouki 2nd Place: Lair Infernoid Sentouki 3rd/4th Place: Gouki 3rd/4th Place: Flower Cardian
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Asia Championship Winter 2018 was held in Tokyo, Japan on 21 January 2018.
Date: 25 November 2017 Limit Regulation List: October 2017 OCG (Inclusive of 2 Special Forbidden cards: SPYRAL Double Helix and Grinder Golem) Venue: Singapore Number of Participants: 12 Teams (36 Players, Each team consisting of 3 Members) 1st: A: Pendulum Magicians, B: Pendulum Magicians, C:
Date: 19 November 2017 Limit Regulation List: October 2017 OCG Venue: Singapore Number of Participants: 30 1st Place: Star Seraph Inspect Permission 2nd Place: SPYRAL 3rd/4th Place: SPYRAL 3rd/4th Place: SPYRAL
For the Main Event YOT Singapore 2017, among all 208 participants, we have Dimas Adiputra with a Zombie Shiranui deck who finished in the Top 4. In a metagame filled with True Dracos and Dinosaur variants, Dimas Adiputra travelled to Singapore with his trusty Zombie
We have with us a Magical Musketeer deck which performed extremely well in the YOT Singapore 2017 main event.
YOT Singapore 2017 Asia Premier Top 8 players’ decklists.
YOT Singapore 2017 Main Event Top 8 players’ decklists.
Here are the decklists played by the Top 8 players of the Asia Championship 2017.