YOT Hong Kong 2015
In first half of the year we had YOT Singapore 2015, and in the second half we had YOT Hong Kong 2015 held on the 29th and 30th August 2015.
YOT Hong Kong 2015 saw over 250 participants, while the Asia Premier had over 120 participants.
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The metagame was dominated by Performapal Performage and it was evident as it took 40 slots in the Top 64 on Day 2.
Performapal Performage continued with their dominance into the Top 8, giving up only 1 seat to the lone HERO.
The Performapal Performage mirror matches boils down to which players are able to time their Wavering Eyes better to gain a huge advantage, and playing around Performage Damage Juggler.
In the end it was Lin Ching Ting from Taiwan with his Performapal Performage who became the third Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament Champion!
|1st||Lin Ching Ting||Performapal Performage|
|2nd||Huang Guozhu||Performapal Performage|
|3rd – 4th||Lin Ting Hui||Performapal Performage Magician Majespecter|
|Wong Tin Yu||Performapal Performage|
|5th – 8th||Li Ho Yin||Masked HERO|
|Liang Qingzheng||Performapal Performage|
|Low Weng Fong||Performapal Performage|
|Shen Chenguang||Performapal Performage|
The YOT Hong Kong 2015 Asia Premier reflects a similar metagame with Performapal Performage taking 7 out of 8 seats in the Top 8.
But Lai Cheuk Shing from Hong Kong managed to upset the metagame with his Clown Blade.
Running Anti-Spell Fragrance in the main and Magical Spring in the side, his deck was tuned perfectly to deny Performapal Performage from their combo.
And with a perfect 7-0 run, he become the third Asia Premier Champion!
|1st||Lai Cheuk Shing||Clown Blade|
|2nd||Feng Wen Long||Performapal Performage|
|3rd||Liu Hui||Performapal Performage|
|4th||Chan Wing Him||Performapal Performage|
|5th||Hsu Fang Wei||Performapal Performage|
|6th||Kong Tze Hing||Performapal Performage|
|7th||Ke Chi Yuen||Performapal Performage|
|8th||Yang Zi Jian||Performapal Performage|