Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2004

The Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2004 was held on 25 July 2004 in Los Angeles, United States.

Deck lists are from Metagame.com, which had a few missing or illegible cards in some of the lists.

 

World Championship 2004

1st Japan Togawa Masatoshi Chaos
2nd Hong Kong Chan Wan Hang Chaos
3rd Japan Suekane Yoshinobu Chaos
4th United Kingdom Ryan Pugh Chaos
5 – 8th Japan Ueda Kenyou Beatdown
United States Roy St. Clair Chaos
Malaysia Anthony Kok Khing Woon Chaos
Chile Filipe Luque Chaos
9 – 31st Japan Koga Kotaro Chaos
United States Theerasak Poonsombat Chaos
United States Sang Bui Beatdown
France Raphael Jury Chaos
Taiwan Lee Chueng Sheng Chaos
United States Steven Arias Warrior Chaos
Mexico Jaled Esper Arango Chaos
South Korea Cha Hyun Suk Chaos
Philippines Earl Cres Valdez Balolong Chaos
Italy Dario Longo Chaos
Singapore Sebastian Tan Choon Loong Chaos
Canada Joseph Leung Chaos
Greece Kostas Giankolo Chaos
United States Charles Hopkins Chaos
Netherlands Rajin Harpal Chaos
Australia Markus Jaeger Hand Destruction
Germany Chi Vinh Le Chaos
Switzerland Michael Schweizer Chaos
Sweden Johan Nilsson Gren Maju
Australia Pascal Huet Chaos
Belgium Ken Jacobs Chaos
Spain Rodrigo Togores Warrior
New Zealand Martin Rossi Beatdown

 

World Championship 2004 Final Match
Chan Wan Hang (Hong Kong) vs Togawa Masatoshi (Japan)

2004 World Champion
Togawa Masatoshi (Japan)
Photo from: Pojo.com

 

1st, Togawa Masatoshi (Japan) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

2nd, Chan Wan Hang (Hong Kong) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

3rd, Suekane Yoshinobu (Japan) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

4th, Ryan Pugh (United Kingdom) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

5 – 8th, Ueda Kenyou (Japan) [Beatdown]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

5 – 8th, Roy St. Clair (United States) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

5 – 8th, Anthony Kok Khing Woon (Malaysia) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

5 – 8th, Filipe Luque (Chile) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Koga Kotaro (Japan) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Theerasak Poonsombat (United States) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Sang Bui (United States) [Beatdown]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Raphael Jury (France) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Lee Chueng Sheng (Taiwan) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Steven Arias (United States) [Warrior Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Jaled Esper Arango (Mexico) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Cha Hyun Suk (South Korea) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Earl Cres Valdez Balolong (Philippines) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Dario Longo (Italy) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Sebastian Tan Choon Loong (Singapore) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Joseph Leung (Canada) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Kostas Giankolo (Greece) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Charles Hopkins (United States) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Rajin Harpal (Netherlands) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Markus Jaeger (Australia) [Hand Destruction]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Chi Vinh Le (Germany) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Michael Schweizer (Switzerland) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Johan Nilsson (Sweden) [Gren Maju]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Pascal Huet (Australia) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Ken Jacobs (Belgium) [Chaos]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Rodrigo Togores (Spain) [Warrior]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

9 – 31st, Martin Rossi (New Zealand) [Beatdown]

Source: World Championship 2004 (Metagame.com)

 

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  1. nicolas meza says:

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