YCSJ Tokyo 2019

The Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Japan (YCSJ) Tokyo 2019 was held during 3 November 2019 and had 3000 participants.

This tournament uses a best-of-one match system, hence there is no Side Deck.
The tournament format is 7 rounds of Swiss with a cut to Top 64, followed by Single-Elimination.

 

Top 64 Metagame Breakdown

  • 8 Salamangreat
  • 8 Orcust
  • 5 Mythical Beast Endymion
  • 5 Danger Dark World
  • 4 Subterror
  • 4 Thunder Dragon
  • 4 Altergeist
  • 3 Cyber Dragon
  • 3 Trickstar
  • 3 Gizmek Orochi Da Eiza
  • 2 Lunalight
  • 2 Dragon Link
  • 1 Cubic
  • 1 Gizmek Orochi Zeroboros
  • 1 Meta Beat
  • 1 Odd-Eyes Magician
  • 1 Sky Striker
  • 1 Frog Paleozoic
  • 1 SPYRAL
  • 1 Endymion Zefra
  • 1 Danger Burning Abyss
  • 1 Infernoid
  • 1 ABC
  • 1 Invoked True Draco
  • 1 True Draco

 

Results

1st Okada Masayuki “60枚デッキ” Infernoid
2nd Chou Takuya “かいと” Danger Dark World
3rd Kimura Keisuke “らうむ” Gizmek Orochi Zeroboros
4th Yamazaki Shou Trickstar
5 – 8th Irie Minako True Draco
“ぐれん” Thunder Dragon
“相生マン” Subterror
Ip San “SAN” Trickstar Orcust
9 – 16th Thunder Dragon
“銀” Subterror
Nozaki Taichi “ぶーくー” Trickstar
“0k0” Dragon Link
Komi Marina “UMR” Altergeist
 
Orcust
“akanaruga” Orcust

 

YCSJ Tokyo 2019 Champion and Finalist
Okada Masayuki (left) and Chou Takuya (right)

 

1st, Okada Masayuki “60枚デッキ” [Infernoid]

Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES JAPAN(YCSJ)TOKYO 2019, @masayiki0428

 

2nd, Chou Takuya “かいと” [Danger Dark World]

Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES JAPAN(YCSJ)TOKYO 2019, @kaito1231dayo

 

3rd, Kimura Keisuke “らうむ” [Gizmek Orochi Zeroboros]

Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES JAPAN(YCSJ)TOKYO 2019, @raumuuu

 

4th, Yamazaki Shou [Trickstar]

Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES JAPAN(YCSJ)TOKYO 2019

 

5 – 8th, Irie Minako [True Draco]

Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES JAPAN(YCSJ)TOKYO 2019

 

5 – 8th, “相生マン” [Subterror]

Source: @kagamine0228

 

5 – 8th, Ip San “SAN” [Trickstar Orcust]

Source: @Heveanly_moon

 

9 – 16th, “銀” [Subterror]

Source: @sigunabook0924

 

9 – 16th, Nozaki Taichi “ぶーくー” [Trickstar]

Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES JAPAN(YCSJ)TOKYO 2019, ぶーログ

 

9 – 16th, “0k0” [Dragon Link]

Source: @0k0_yp

 

9 – 16th, Komi Marina “UMR” [Altergeist]

Source: @umr629_2, @YuGiOh_OCG_INFO, Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES JAPAN(YCSJ)TOKYO 2019

 

9 – 16th, “akanaruga” [Orcust]

Source: @akanaruga

 

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4 Responses

  1. Chaos says:

    No side deck hinders Orcust so much and makes crazy and bacrow decks very viable

    • Akira says:

      Indeed. Subterror and Gizmek Orochi Da Eiza had the advantage of their opponents having Maxx “C”, Nibiru, Phantazmay being a brick against them. It would be fair to consider the best-of-one format a whole separate metagame by itself.

    • Chaos says:

      Yeah. Last year Cyber Dragos took it and now Infernoids

  2. Chaos says:

    Congratz for the Infernoid guy

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