Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2006

The Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2006 was held on 5 – 6 August 2006 in Akihabara, Japan.

 

World Championship 2006

1st Italy Dario Longo Chaos
2nd Hong Kong Shum King Hang (岑競亨) Dark World Chaos
3rd Poland Adrian Madaj Recruiter Chaos
4th Greece Miltiadis Markou
5 – 8th Japan Ishikawa Shin (石川慎)
Chile Javier Juan Pinilla Segovia
Japan Nishino Yoshiteru (西野嘉晃)
United States Miguel Flores
9 – 22nd Italy Donato Mancini
Taiwan Chen Ruei Sian (陳瑞賢)
Japan Nakajima Masatsugu (中島真紹)
Canada Calvin Tsang
Japan Yabe Ryo (谷部凌)
United States Austin Kulman
Netherlands Vincent Wielandt
United States Matt Laurents
New Zealand Sam Beii
Korea Kim Keun-Soo
Australia Marcus Rockman
Malaysia Lau Mung Tuch
Singapore Cheong Siew Foong
United States Mark Garcia

 

World Championship 2006 Final Match
Shum King Hang (Hong Kong) vs Dario Longo (Italy)
Photo from: 遊戯王 アルティマニア (Web Archive)

2006 World Champion
Dario Longo (Italy)

 

1st, Dario Longo (Italy) [Chaos]

Source: Master Guide 2

 

2nd, Shum King Hang (Hong Kong) [Dark World Chaos]

Source: Master Guide 2

 

3rd, Adrian Madaj (Poland) [Recruiter Chaos]

Source: Pojo.com

*The Fusion Deck was not recorded.

 

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9 Responses

  1. Mana says:

    Small typo, but you forgot the “L” in the name of Vincent Wielandt.
    btw I appreciate you putting up this historic information, keeping it accessable.

    • Akira says:

      Fixed. Thanks for pointing out. Many of the early sources had a few spelling errors as they were transcribed by people who attended the event.

  2. Sono says:

    Is that correct back in 2006 the ocg only gadgets used by the japanese players were allowed in the worlds? The tcg meta was almost only chaos return/recruiter and gadgets were release in the early 2007. I presume the “gadget deck” was used by the player in the japanese National (also wc qualifier)

    • Akira says:

      You are right, those were the decks they played for their Nationals. Master Guide 2 had them listed under World Championship 2006, but V Jump October 2006 issue was clearer in stating that these 4 deck lists were played during the qualifier. Corrected the mistake. Thanks!

  3. Alexis says:

    Dark world chaos is undoubtedly the most fun deck to play with in that format!

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