Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2003

The Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2003 was held on 10 August 2003 in New York, United States.

Deck lists are from the official World Championship 2003 website which had a few missing cards in some of the lists.

 

World Championship 2003

1st Hong Kong Ng Yu Leung (吴雨良) Hand Destruction
2nd Japan Kitamura Shigeki (北村重樹) Hand Destruction
3rd United States Mike Rosenberg Hand Destruction
4th United States Huai Tao Sun Hand Destruction
5 – 18th United States Rick Anderson Hand Destruction
United States Michael Sewell
Canada Adam McNeely Hand Destruction
Japan Yamagata Keisuke (山形啓輔)
Japan Tsuda Kyosuke
Japan
Malaysia
Taiwan Hu En Tian (胡恩典)
Singapore Lim Choon Kiat (林俊杰) Hand Destruction
Germany Nico Sikorsky
France Didier Maille Hand Destruction
United Kingdom Michael Rybak Beatdown
Italy Luca Casadei Beatdown
Netherlands Annout Van Messem Beatdown

 

World Championship 2003 Competitors
Photo from: 遊戯王 アルティマニア (Web Archive)

2003 World Champion
Ng Yu Leung (Hong Kong)
Photo from: Pojo.com

 

1st, Ng Yu Leung (Hong Kong) [Hand Destruction]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

2nd, Kitamura Shigeki (Japan) [Hand Destruction]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

3rd, Mike Rosenberg (United States) [Hand Destruction]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

5 – 18th, Rick Anderson (United States) [Hand Destruction]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

5 – 18th, Adam McNeely (Canada) [Hand Destruction]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

5 – 18th, Didier Maille (France) [Hand Destruction]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

5 – 18th, Michael Rybak (United Kingdom) [Beatdown]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

5 – 18th, Luca Casadei (Italy) [Beatdown]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

5 – 18th, Annout Van Messem (Netherlands) [Beatdown]

Source: World Championship 2003 (Web Archive)

 

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3 Responses

  1. TheMadWasp says:

    Love the retro content, keep it up!

  2. Dude says:

    Just curious but why are some decks at 38-39 cards?
    Love these articles btw

    • Akira says:

      The official World Championship 2003 website had missing cards in the lists they posted, probably transcription error on their part.

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