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Jack plays a Power Deck, featuring both Burn and Beatdown elements. He deals damage as fast as possible while attempting to Synchro Summon "Red Dragon Archfiend". His Deck is the opposite of Yusei's. Yusei prefers a defensive and adapting style, whereas Jack's is mainly offensive and punishes his opponents for defensive play, probably to show their rivalry.

Many of his monsters are capable of inflicting piercing damage, while his Trap Cards can deal much effect damage and aide in Summoning. Jack shows an antipathy toward Continuous Spells/Traps, as he has many cards to counter them, like "Sinister Sprocket", "Trap Eater" and "Power Breaker". His Deck uses a high proportion of Fiend and Rock-Type monsters, and a fair number of Warrior, Dragon, and Machine-Types. Jack plays various archetypes like "Resonator", and "Archfiend" monsters.

Since the first season, Jack's Deck style has gone through a variety of changes. Over time, it has come to rely less on sheer power and more on strategy. His new Deck's "Blazing Soul" style focuses its strength into inflicting damage while at the same time swarming his field with Tuners to Synchro Summon "Red Nova Dragon" quickly. Like Yusei, he also has access to stronger cards such as "Majestic Red Dragon" for more intense opponents like Dark Signer Carly and Fake Jack. Jack has two Decks, one for Turbo Duels, and one for normal Duels.

Anime

Ground Decks

Past Deck

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Magician's Four member 33 Win
Duel Gang Member 33 Win
Duel Gang Member 33 Win
Duel Gang Member 33 Win
Team Golem Member 33 Win
Team Golem Member 33 Win
Team Golem Member 33 Win
Team Golem Member 33 Win
Yusei Fudo 2 Win

As Jack was the King of Turbo Duels, he wasn't shown in any ground duels during the Fortune Cup, however he was shown dueling during his days back in Satellite when he was part of The Enforcers. He was also shown using holograms to keep people away from his part of Satellite as well as when he dueled Yusei.

Ground Deck - Past Deck

Dark Signer

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Tetsu Trudge 29 Win (w/ Carly Carmine)

Jack later uses a Dragon/Synchro Deck focused around swarm and beatdown tactics. This Deck also seems to be focused around Monster Cards other than his "Red Dragon Archfiend".

Ground Deck - Season 2

Pre-World Racing Grand Prix

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Don Piero 69 Win
Syd 76 Win
Ground Deck - Season 3

World Racing Grand Prix

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Red Nova Spirit 112-113 Win
Dragan 118 No result
Ground Deck - Season 4

Ark Cradle

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Aporia 141-143 Win (w/Leo and Luna)
Kalin Kessler 152 Win (off-screen)

In the Ark Cradle, Jack uses a Power/"Resonator" Deck, focused largely on Summoning his new ace, "Red Nova Dragon". To accomplish this easily, he utilizes the "Resonator" archetype along with generic Synchro support such as "Descending Lost Star".

Ground Deck - Season 5

Turbo Decks

Fortune Cup

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
141 Turbo Duelists 1 Win[Notes 13]
Dragan 123 Win[Notes 14]
Hunter Pace 1 Win
Yusei Fudo 4-5 No result
Bolt Tanner 7 Win[Notes 15]
Hunter Pace 8 Win
Yusei Fudo 25-26 Lose

Jack used a Power/Burn Deck based around his ace monster, "Red Dragon Archfiend". He also used various cards to show off his status as the King by letting his opponent get the upper hand, then quickly sweep them off their feet. He also uses an array of Trap Cards to maximize the abilities of his "Red Dragon Archfiend", by protecting it from various card effects and boosting its ATK. Jack used this Deck throughout his days as 'The King' as well as within the Fortune Cup tournament where he lost his title to Yusei Fudo.

Turbo Deck - Season 1

Dark Signer

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Carly Carmine 58-59 Win
Rex Goodwin 62-64 Win (w/Crow and Yusei)

To face the Dark Signers, Jack added an array of direct attack negation to protect himself from their "Earthbound Immortals" such as "Battle Fader". Additionally, he uses more support for Monster Cards other than his "Red Dragon Archfiend".

Turbo Deck - Season 2

Pre-World Racing Grand Prix

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Yusei Fudo 73 No result
Virtual opponent 83 Win[Notes 21]
Fake Jack Atlas 83 Lose
Fake Jack Atlas 84 Win
Andre 98 Lose

Jack continues to utilize a Beatdown/Power Deck using the same strategies from when he was King.

Turbo Deck - Season 3

World Racing Grand Prix

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Nicolas 105 Win
Diablo 106-109 Win
Max 111 No result
Yoshizo Hayashi 119-120 Win
Jinbei Tanigawa 120 Lose
Dragan 124-125 Win
Brodor 126 Lose

After his embarrassing loss to Andre and acquiring "Red Nova Dragon", Jack shifts his strategy to being more flexible and less reckless, primarily focused on easily swarming the field with material for his "Red Nova Dragon" through cards such as "Tuner's Reflect" and his "Resonators". As well as this, he also uses several cards to negate effect damage like "Power Giant" and "Crimson Fire". Jack also uses cards such as "Monster Baton" to assist his team mates during the World Racing Grand Prix duels.

Turbo Deck - Season 4

Ark Cradle

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Lester 131 Win
Primo 132 Win
Jakob 132 Lose
Greiger 152 Win (off-screen)
Sherry LeBlanc 152 Win (off-screen)
Yusei Fudo 152-154 Lose

Jack later uses a Lockdown/Swarm Deck focused around the "Resonator" archetype which assists in helping Jack quickly swarm the field to quickly Synchro Summon his "Red Nova Dragon". Additionally, he utilizes several cards to punish defensive tactics such as "Power Pressure" and "Breakthrough". His Deck is also more flexible than before in terms that he can easily Synchro Summon Synchro Monsters other than his "Red Dragon Archfiend" or "Red Nova Dragon".

Turbo Deck - Season 5

Evolving Duel Deck

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Yusei Fudo SP1 Lose

In the non-canon special episode, "Evolving Duel! Stardust VS Red Demons", Jack used a Turbo Deck that focused on "Red Dragon Archfiend/Assault Mode".

Turbo Deck - Evolving Duel

Bonds Beyond Time

Record
Opponent(s) Episode(s) Outcome(s)
Yusei Fudo, Crow Hogan Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D Bonds Beyond Time No result
Turbo Deck - Bond Beyond Time

Manga

Video games

Stardust Accelerator

Turbo

King's Pride

Reverse of Arcadia

Ground

Dragons' Lair
Dragons' Sanctuary

Turbo

Reigning Dragon

Over the Nexus

Ground

Dragons' Lair
Burning Inferno

Turbo

Speeding Inferno

Tag Force 4

Enlightenment King
Advent King
Unmatched King
Rage King

Tag Force 5

Scarlet Soul
Crimson Soul
Blood Coloured Soul
Crimson Soul

Tag Force 6

Wild Soul


Kings' Soul


Sundered Polished Soul


Crimson Demon

Decade Duels

The True King

Duel Transer

King's Strength (Level 15)
Road to Glory (Level 25)

Yu-Gi-Oh! Online 3: Duel Accelerator

Power of the King

Wheelie Breakers

Deck Type A

Duel Terminals

Invasion of Worms!!

Invasion of Worms!!

Justice Strikes Back!!

Demon Roar God Revival!!

Demon Roar God Revival!!

Champion of Chaos!!

Dragunity of the Hurricane!!

Charge of the Genex!!

Pulse of the Trishula!!

Vylon Descends!!

Raid of the Inverz!!

Judgement of Omega!!

Xyz Startup!!

Xyz Startup!!

Sacred Star Knights!!

Sacred Star Knights!! V1
Sacred Star Knights!! V2

Ouroboros, Wicked Dragon of Destruction!!

Ouroboros, Wicked Dragon of Destruction!! V1
Ouroboros, Wicked Dragon of Destruction!! V2

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 This card is sent from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard via the effect of "Dark Diviner" in episode 29.
  2. 2.0 2.1 This card is sent from the top of his Deck to the Graveyard via the effect of "Shield Worm" in episode 29.
  3. This card is shown being used by Jack in the ending CROSS GAME.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 This card can be seen in his hand in episode 29.
  5. 5.0 5.1 He borrows this card for his Duel with Don Piero and it is present in his Deck only in episode 69.
  6. He borrows this card from Kaz and it is only present in his Deck in episode 76.
  7. Jack offers this card as an ante to Don Piero in episode 69.
  8. In the TCG/OCG, this card is not a Tuner monster.
  9. Jack obtains this card in episode 113 by bonding Red Dragon Archfiend with Red Nova.
  10. This card can be seen when Jack draws in episode 113.
  11. This card is discarded to Special Summon Power Giant in episode 141.
  12. This card can be seen in Jack's hand in episode 143.
  13. These wins were stated by the MC in episode 1.
  14. Dragan lost the Duel on purpose so that Rex Goodwin would pay for his father's operation.
  15. This Duel was shown in a flashback in episode 7.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 16.7 He uses this card during his Duel with Dragan. As their opening hands were identical in their original Duel for their rematch, it would have been present in this Deck as well
  17. He returns this card to Yusei Fudo in episode 14.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 This card is not usually present in his Deck, but appears on top of it when the Crimson Dragon deems it necessary and the five Marks of the Dragon gather on him.
  19. 19.0 19.1 This card can be seen in Jack's hand in episode 63.
  20. This card is Set in episode 59 but not activated.
  21. This Duel was shown in a flashback in episode 83.
  22. This card is discarded via the effect of "Assault Spirits" in episode 84.
  23. Jack acquires this card from Yusei Fudo in episode 83.
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 This card can be seen in Jack's hand in episode 111.
  25. This card is discarded to Special Summon "Power Giant" in episode 105.
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 This card can be seen in Jack's hand in episode 105.
  27. This card is set in episode 120 and is later activated by Crow Hogan by discarding "Blackwing - Boreas the Sharp". The card is later used by Yusei Fudo to destroy "Zushin the Sleeping Giant".
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 This card can be seen in his hand in episode 154
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