Japanese Champions League 2022 Yokohama Tournament Result!

Published 1 month ago by arelios Article Views 5322 Estimated Reading Time 2 minutes Tournament Result

Japanese Champions League 2022 Yokohama has 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 ‘Time Gazer’ & ‘Space Juggler’ set (will be included in the upcoming Astral Radiance). 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 one-day event.

 

Please note that some players may not be sharing their decklist.


CHAMPION

Mew VMAX

@wagashi_daigo


RUNNER UP

Arceus VSTAR/Surfing Pikachu/Inteleon

@Maru_poke2 

 


TOP 4


Mew VMAX

@dqx_kaoruchan (Twitter)

 


Zeraora/Galarian Birds

@osayu278


TOP 8


Mew VMAX

@madoka_pokeka 

 


Mew VMAX

@mugitohopsss

 


Origin Palkia VSTAR

@C648imrbK0djhLv 


Blissey V/Miltank

This may not be the deck because this decklist is posted on note.com where he brainstorm for the deck.


TOP 16


Mew VMAX

No Decklist Available Yet


Origin Palkia VSTAR

@yota_pkc

 

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Origin Palkia VSTAR

@tago_poke

 


Origin Palkia VSTAR

@moritensei0429

 

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Tapu Koko VMAX

No Decklist Available Yet


Tapu Koko VMAX/Electrode/Hisuian Voltorb

No Player Name Available Yet


Blissey V/ Miltank

No Decklist Available Yet


Zeraora/Galarian Birds

No Decklist Available Yet


EXTRA


Senior Division Champion

Origin Palkia VSTAR

Shiokawa Seinosuke


Junior Division Champion

Arceus VSTAR/Inteleon

Sekizawa Makoto


What do you guys think of the deck? Japanese players always bring something interesting to the tournament and sometimes it really works wonderfully. 

 

It turns out that Mew VMAX is still very popular even when Origin Palkia VSTAR is becoming a more dominant force in the format (29,5% player in this tournament play Origin Palkia VSTAR deck). This shows how people in Japan finally find an effective way to play Mew VMAX in this format where the format soon will be our format once Astral Radiance is released. 

 

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

 

Don’t forget to comment down below!

 

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Source: 

  • Respective Player’s Twitter Account

  • Official Trainer Website of Pokemon Card Game Japan (pokemon-card.com)
  • hou-hounews.com


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