Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2014

World Championship 2014

The World Championship 2014 and Dragon Duel World Championship 2014 were held on the 9th – 10th August 2014 at Rimini, Italy. The World Championship 2014 Forbidden and Limited List was observed at this tournament, forcing competitors to change or modify their decks in order to adapt to this unique metagame.

 

World Championship 2014

 

The World Championship 2014 saw 22 competitors compete for the title of World Champion 2014. Sehabi Kheireddine from Canada eventually came out ahead with his Infernity deck.

1st Canada Sehabi Kheireddine [Infernity]
2nd Japan Hiyama Shunsuke “エクス” [Artifact Traptrix]
3rd United States Oliver Tomajko [Infernity]
4th Italy Niccoló Mazzoleni [Bujin]
5th-8th United States Sean McCabe [Geargia Hand]
Taiwan Huang Shin-En [Geargia]
United States Jimmy Nguyen [Infernity]
Chile Rogger Antonio Vera Moran [Machina Gadget]
9th-22nd Australia Donald Thompson [Geargia Hand]
Singapore Calvin Ang [Prophecy]
Japan Takano Kyousuke “くりすてぃーな” [Lightsworn Dragon Ruler]
Japan Fujita Kenshi “しゃろみら” [Worm Hand]
United States Korey McDuffie [Infernity]
Italy Andrea Zenari [Bujin]
United States Tej Trivedi [Geargia Hand]
Australia Jonathon Ritzau [Geargia]
Mexico Jose Lagunes [Madolche Hand]
United States Deon Akridge [Geargia Hand]
Germany Eugen Heidt [Mermail]
Japan Sugama Yoshihito “yoshix” [Rank-Up Infernity]
Korea Choi Jun-hyeong [Evilswarm]
Switzerland Marcel Burri [Mermail]
World Championship 2014 Top 4 From the left: Niccoló Mazzoleni, Oliver Tomajko, Hiyama Shunsuke & Sehabi Kheireddine

World Championship 2014 Top 4
From the left: Niccoló Mazzoleni, Oliver Tomajko, Hiyama Shunsuke and
Sehabi Kheireddine

 

Dragon Duel World Championship 2014

 

The Dragon Duel World Championship 2014 saw 11 competitors competing for the title of Dragon Duel World Champion 2014. Kim Chan-ho from Korea eventually came out ahead with his Bujin deck.

1st Korea Kim Chan-ho [Bujin]
2nd Dominican Republic Ivan Alvarez [Madolche Hand]
3rd United States Brandon Bird [Infernity]
4th United States Clayton Hill [Infernity]
5th-8th France Edison Pan [Geargia]
Japan Arai Motoi [Madolche]
Japan Murakami Nao [Evilswarm]
Taiwan Yu Kuan-Lin [Geargia]
9th-11th Germany Fabio Müller [Mermail]
Australia Bill McCavitt [Geargia]
Argentina Joaquin Fernando Leites
Dragon Duel World Championship 2014 Top 4 From the left: Kim Chan-ho, Ivan Alvarez, Brandon Bird, and Clayton Hill

Dragon Duel World Championship 2014 Top 4
From the left: Kim Chan-ho, Ivan Alvarez, Brandon Bird and Clayton Hill

 

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    • I’ll be posting up the deck lists as well. Currently I have the Top 4 deck lists up, and will be updating with whatever that I can find. Cheers!

    • Sorry for the late reply, my mail notification wasn’t working apparently. That’s a great idea, but I think I won’t have time to work on it for a while.