Japan Champions League 2023 Yokohama Tournament Result!

Published 1 week ago by arelios Article Views 2352 Estimated Reading Time 2 minutes Tournament Result

Pokemon Card Game Japan start the 2023 season with the Japanese Champions League 2023 Yokohama. This tournament just finished and the decklists are finally coming in from various sources. This tournament is holding both Standard and Expanded formats where the Standard format is from the ‘Sword & Shield’ set until the ‘Incandescent Arcana’ set (will be included in the upcoming Silver Tempest). The regulation block that is used for the Standard format here is D until F Regulation blocks

 

The tournament itself is being participated by over 1000 participants across each division (Master, Senior, Junior) and it was a 2-day event.

 

Please note that the result here is from the Master League. 

 

Here is the result:


CHAMPION

Giratina VSTAR

Shouta Nakajo (@ju201717pcg)


RUNNER UP

Lost Zone Box

@kume_pokeca

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TOP 4


Origin Forme Palkia VSTAR

@taiga_pcg

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Origin Forme Palkia VSTAR

@ryokutyatatsuya

This is the day 2 deck (The day 1 deck is different)

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TOP 8


Origin Forme Palkia VSTAR

@hyokaice

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Mew VMAX

@RUGO3756

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Rotom VSTAR

@sharin_doreno

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Lost Zone Kyogre

@yamayoshi1026

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TOP 16


Origin Forme Palkia VSTAR

@Rei_pcg

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Origin Forme Palkia VSTAR

@cochan_pokpok

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Origin Forme Palkia VSTAR

@zero_pcg

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Lost Zone Kyogre

@kasiwamoti_y

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Lost Zone Box

@kokochii01

This is the day 2 deck (The day 1 deck is different)

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Lost Zone Box

@shion_zahard

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Giratina VSTAR

No Decklist Available Yet


Regigigas

No Decklist Available Yet


What do you guys think of the deck? Giratina VSTAR won the tournament! However, if I remember it correctly, there's no Giratina V/VSTAR in play when the final is happening. Turns out the deck can run pretty well even when you are not using your main attacker. Japanese players always bring something interesting to the tournament and sometimes it really works wonderfully. I can't wait on how Lost Origin will affect our meta in big tournaments!

 

You can try these decklists and modify them to your liking so you can surprise all of your opponents. Because sometimes all you need is one unique card to take win!

 

Don’t forget to comment down below!

 

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Source: 

  • Respective Player’s Twitter Account

  • pokecardlab.com

  • hou-hounews.com


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