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Two tournaments this weekend, both with relatively low turnouts
I played in both events, which is rare for me, mainly because I’m trying to prove to some of the kids that you don’t need to use all the best synchro’s and all the expensive cards to play a competitive deck. The deck I’ve been running has Mirror Force and two Tuners Schemes. It had posted 3-2 records in its two previous runouts.

Results are as follows:

Sunday 16th May 2010

Daniel Marchant 5-1
Liam Johnson 4-2 (+4)
Graham Beadle 4-2 (+2)
Craig Tinham 4-2 (0)
Matthew Boakes 3-3 (+6)
Mickey Kempson 3-3 (+2)
Ayrton Fagg 3-3 (-4)
Blaze Hatful 2-4
Fox Beadle 1-5 (+2)
Cameron Beadle 1-5 (-2)

Monday 17th May

Skye Plume 5-0
Tom Gadd 4-1 (+3)
Graham Beadle 4-1 (+1)
Liam Johnson 3-2 (+7)
James Mackie 3-2 (-1, +3)
Craig Tinham 3-2 (-1, +1)
Blaze Hatful 3-2 (-5)
Matthew Butters 3-2 (-7)
2-3 Ben Waghorn, Tommy Hartshorn, Steven Mackie, Aidan McCall, Christian Fletcher
1-4 Fox Beadle, Olly Butters
0-5 DJ Spencer

So the deck fared well (14-7 in last 4 tournaments with a winning record in each) which means I can sell it in the shop now and work on another pile of jank.

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One Comment

  1. hi

    i was wondering if you had any lightsworn cards and others, heres some of the cards I need:

    Monsters
    – Judgment Dragon
    – Lumina, Lightsworn Summoner
    – Wulf, Lightsworn Beast
    – Celestia, Lightsworn Angel
    – Aurkus, Lightsworn Druid
    – Lyla, Lightsworn Sorceress
    – Ehren, Lightsworn Monk
    – Honest

    Spells
    – Charge of the Light Brigade
    – Gold Sarcophagus
    – P


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