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YCS Paris


[XX-Sabers vs Chaos Plant ]
April 17th, 2011 - 19:19
Stephan Sluis had a blast during his last match, however, he admitted he had been extremely nervous. It was hard to read Tudor Mitchell’s mind; he seemed like he was feeling very confident in his shoes just now, but maybe he was also just overwhelmed and a little puzzled with a loss for words.
Sluis won the die roll and opted to go first.
Stephan Sluis is your YCS Paris Winner!


[Gravekeeper’s vs Six Samurai]
April 17th, 2011 - 19:45
The Finals of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series’ Main Event is certainly the highlight of the weekend, however, we still got more in store for you! We welcomed Thomas Cavaliere and Michel Co to our Feature Match table, the two finalists of the YCS Trial tournament!
Cavaliere won the die roll and opted to go first.
Thomas Cavaliere is your YCS Trial Winner!


[XX-Sabers vs Six Samurai]
April 17th, 2011 - 16:26
Things were getting more serious by the second! Stephan Sluis from the Netherlands, relying on X-Sabers, had to overcome the French powerhouse Vincent Ralambomiadana, who was playing Six Samurai.
Sluis won the die roll and opted to go first.
A second Puppet Plant allows Stephan Sluis to advance to the finals!


[Six Samurai vs Chaos]
April 17th, 2011 - 15:44
Both players exchanged some kind words prior to the beginning of the Duel. Both players rolled a 6 first, but then Descamps’ 4 was enough to beat Gross’ 3 (Gross predicted he would roll the 3). After taking a few deep breaths, we were all fired up, so that meant: Time to Duel!
Yohann Descamps advances to the Semi Finals!


[KMP vs Chaos Plant]
April 17th, 2011 - 14:40
There’s one creative Deck that was able to escape our Feature Match for way too long: Jeremy Henrion’s Karakuri Machina! He has to overcome Tudor Mitchell now, who piloted his Chaos Plant Deck all the way to the Top 16!
Mitchell won the die roll and opted to go first.
Tudor Mitchell performs a devastating ACCEL SYNCHRO to win the Match!


[Dragunity vs Six Samurai]
April 17th, 2011 - 13:18
Both players enrolled in friendly chatter prior to the start of the round. Ralambomiadana rolled a 6, which was already impressive on its own, but even more so, considering Schumacher only rolled a 1. Naturally, he opted to go first.
Vincent Ralambomiadana advances to the Top 16!


[XX-Sabers vs Gravekeeper]
April 17th, 2011 - 12:56
Round 10 is the final Round of Swiss and after this we’ll have our Top 32 for YCS Paris! Rocco Tamburlini may be only 15 years of age, but this Italian Duelist has already got plenty of tournament experience under his belt, having played at YCS Bochum and YCS Milan last year. Stefan Sluis made it to the finals of last year’s WCQ: European Championship, and then earned further success at the World Championship in California where he finished in the Top 8! Getting back to today though only one of these Duelists will stand a chance of making the Top 32, and we’re about to find out who that is.
Sluis started the Match with 4 Set Spells or Traps and a Set monster.
Sluis played Giant Trunade on his turn to seal the win!


[Flamvell vs Absolute Zero]
April 17th, 2011 - 11:05
Vaccari won the die roll and he kicked things off with Destiny Hero - Diamond Dude. He used its effect, revealing Penguin Soldier. He Set 3 spells or traps and passed.
Romain Vaccari’s Super Polymerization helps him to win the final Duel!


[Zombies vs Dragunity]
April 16th, 2011 - 22:31
Both players know each other – that includes the respective decks they’re playing – inside out; they even share a room in the same hotel this weekend. Prinz won the die roll and opted to go first. The first little advantage in a battle of friends.
Lukas Prinz continues his winning streak and wins the Match!


[Six Samurai vs Six Samurai]
April 16th, 2011 - 21:30
Ribeiro won the dice roll and kicked things off with Reinforcement of the Army, searching his deck for Kagemusha of the Six Samurai. He added the little Tuner to his hand, activated Six Samurai United, Normal Summoned Kagemusha of the Six Samurai, followed it up with a Special Summoned Legendary Six Samurai - Kizan, drew 2 for Six Samurai United and Tuned both to Naturia Barkion. He Set 3 face-down spells or traps and passed.
Nuno Ribeiro wins the Match!


[Blackwings vs Disaster Dragon]
April 16th, 2011 - 20:54
Bellaiche won the roll and chose to go first. He Set Solemn Warning, Icarus Attack and Book of Moon before Summoning Blackwing - Bora the Spear and ending.
Dimitri Bellaiche’s Blackwings remain undefeated!


[Dragunity vs Gravekeepers]
April 16th, 2011 - 18:30
Both players exchanged some words before the die roll. Benoit’s 5 was more than enough to match Monfort’s 2 and he opted to go first.
Leveque Benoit wins the Match!


[Chaos Plants vs Six Samurai]
April 16th, 2011 - 17:39
We head all the way up to Table 1 for this Round’s Feature Match! Germany’s Jan Jensen faces off against Portugal’s Bernardo Guerreiro! Jensen’s playing Chaos Plants while Guerreiro has brought Six Samurai to the table. Let’s get right to it!
Guerreo won the die roll
Jensen’s Chaos Plants were too much for Guerreiro to handle!


[Burn vs Six Samurais]
April 16th, 2011 - 16:02
Wiktor rolled a 4, seeming not too confident. Benoít was able to beat the odds and roll an even higher number, opting to go first in the first Duel. He did so by Setting a face-down monster as well as 2 face-down spells or traps.
Boyer Benoít wins the Match!

[Fish OTK vs Dragunity]
April 16th, 2011 - 14:57
Jakubec won the die roll and chose to go first
Trident Dragion and Stardust Dragon/Assault Mode seal the Duels for Merlin Schumacher!


[Worms vs Gladiator Beast]
April 16th, 2011 - 12:52
Badinotti rolled a 6 and decided to go first. He drew into his opening 6 and activated Pot of Duality to reveal Dark Hole, Mirror Force and Compulsory Evacuation Device. He picked Mirror Force, Set a Monster together with 4 face-down Spell or Trap Cards and was done with his turn.
Diego Badinotti wins the Match!

Total Featured Match: 16
Gana el que abre: 13
Gana el segundo: 3

Probabilidad de ganar siendo el que abre en YCS Paris:
81.25%
Probabilidad de ganar siendo el segundo en YCS Paris:



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21 April, 2011 ×

ya con esa cantidad de duelos se ve claro los resultados, siempre he pensado que quien abre el duelo tiene mejor probabilidad de realizar un contra ataque.

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21 April, 2011 ×

bueno, pero en el segundo turno puedes meter un buen golpe y acabar el duelo, yo pienso que el primer turno seria para control

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21 April, 2011 ×

pues si, ahi están los numero y no mienten, almenos en europa (Que no cambia mucho al TCG de America latina)

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