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Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Dallas 2012
Nizar Sarhan YCS Dallas 2012
Tournament details
Type

Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series

Structure
Format

Advanced Format

Location

Dallas, Texas, United States

Date

April 14–15, 2012[1]

Final positions
Winner

Nizar Sarhan[2]

Runner-up

Alexander Reed[2]

Statistics
Rounds
  • 11 (Swiss)[3]
  • 4 (finals)

Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Dallas 2012 was a Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series tournament held at the Arlington Convention Center in Dallas, Texas in the United States from April 14 to 15, 2012.[1]

Events

Main event

The first day consisted of nine rounds of Swiss.[4] At the end of the first day Nizar Sarhan and Benito Garcia tied first on 27 points.[5]

The second day consisted of two more rounds of Swiss before the playoffs.[3]

In the top 16, Nizar Sarhan defeated Joseph Giorlando, Frazier Smith defeated Benito Garcia, Raul Calderon defeated Nicholas Wei, Larry Chapman defeated Adrian Shakir, Dominique Eskridge defeated Nicklos Dukes, Justin Duran defeated Juan Flores, Alexander Reed defeated Samuel Parry and Christopher Hentz defeated Jacob Rewald.[6][7]

In the quarter-finals, Nizar Sarhan defeated Frazier Smith, Raul Calderon defeated Larry Chapman, Justin Duran defeated Dominique Eskridge and Alexander Reed defeated Christopher Hentz.[7][8]

In the semi-finals, Nizar Sarhan defeated Raul Calderon and Alexander Reed defeated Justin Duran.[2][8]

In the finals, Nizar Sarhan defeated Alexander Reed.[2]

Top 16[6][7][9] Quarter finals[7][8][10] Semi finals[2][8][11] Final[12]
                           
           
  Nizar Sarhan  
  Joseph Giorlando    
  Nizar Sarhan   2
    Frazier Smith   1  
  Frazier Smith  
  Benito Garcia    
  Nizar Sarhan  
    Raul Calderon    
  Raul Calderon  
  Nicholas Wei    
  Raul Calderon  
    Larry Chapman    
  Adrian Shakir  
  Larry Chapman    
  Nizar Sarhan   2
    Alexander Reed   1
  Nicklos Dukes  
  Dominique Eskridge    
  Dominique Eskridge  
    Justin Duran    
  Juan Flores   0
  Justin Duran   2  
  Justin Duran   0
    Alexander Reed   2  
  Samuel Parry  
  Alexander Reed    
  Alexander Reed  
    Christopher Hentz    
  Jacob Rewald  
  Christopher Hentz    

Side events

Side events included Dragon Duel tournaments, regional qualifiers, 3 vs. 3 Team Dueling, Attack of the Giant Card!!, Classic Drafts, Dawn of the Xyz Starter tournaments, Retro Drafts, Win-A-Mats and an eight-player single-elimination Dragons Collide Sealed Deck tournament.[1]

Chase Fulmer won the Dragon Duel on the first day using an "Inzektor" Deck. He defeated Zachary Leverett, who used a "Dino Rabbit" Deck, 2-0 in the final round.[13]

On the second day, the Dragon Duel tournament was won by Benjamen Leverett, who defeated his brother Zachary Leverett 2-1 in the final round. Both of them used "Dino Rabbit" Decks.[14] Brian McNeese came third in this tournament.[15]

Brian McNeese, the father of the Brian McNeese from the Dragon Duel tournament, won the random prize playoffs using a Stun Deck.[15]

Abraham Durazo won the points playoffs with a "Frognarchs" Deck. He earned his points by entering six Dragons Collide Sealed tournaments, winning one of them and entering two Classic Draft tournaments, winning one of them.[15]

Prizes

The prizes for the main event were as follows:[1]

Position Prize
1st
2nd
  • Super Rare YCSW-EN004 "Blood Mefist"
  • 32 GB Tablet PC with redemption codes for Konami mobile games
  • YCS top cut game mat
  • Invitation to their 2012 World Championship Qualifier
3rd
  • Super Rare YCSW-EN004 "Blood Mefist"
  • 32 GB touch screen MP3 player with redemption codes for Konami mobile games
  • YCS top cut game mat
  • Invitation to their 2012 World Championship Qualifier
4th
  • 32 GB touch screen MP3 player with Konami game codes
  • YCS top cut game mat
  • Invitation to their 2012 World Championship Qualifier
5th–8th
9th–16th
17th – 32nd (if attendance exceeded 513)
  • YCS top cut game mat
  • Invitation to their 2012 World Championship Qualifier

Players who pre-registered received a Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series TKN4-EN002 "Token" card.[16] Everyone who registered received five Order of Chaos Booster Packs.[1]

The top four in the Dragon Duel tournaments received Dragon Duel medals, a 2012 regional game mat, a Dragon Duel t-shirt and an invitation to their 2012 Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier.[1]

The winner of the Dragons Collide Sealed Deck tournament received an exclusive Dragons Collide game mat.[1]

The prize for the Win-A-Mat tournaments was a game mat featuring Yuma Tsukumo and "Number C39: Utopia Ray".[17]

The prizes for the Attack of the Giant Card!! were giant sized "Tour Bus From the Underworld" and "Inzektor Giga-Mantis" cards.[18]

Decks

In the top sixteen, Nizar Sarhan, Joseph Giorlando, Frazier Smith, Raul Calderon, Nicholas Wei and Dominique Eskridge used "Dino Rabbit" Decks, Larry Chapman, Nicklos Dukes, Juan Flores and Christopher Hentz used "Inzektor" Decks, Benito Garcia and Justin Duran used "Miracle Gemini" Decks, Adrian Shakir and Samuel Parry used "Wind-Up" Decks, Alexander Reed used a Dragon "Lightsworn" Deck and Jacob Rewald used a "Chain Burn" Deck.[6]

The top two Decklists were as follows:[19][20]

1st - Nizar Sarhan - Dino Rabbit
Side Deck
2nd - Alexander Reed - Dragon Lightsworn
Side Deck

External links

  • yugioh-card.com DUELISTS GO DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS FOR A Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SHOWDOWN APRIL 14th – 15th IN DALLAS
  • konami.com All articles for 2012/04 - Dallas, Texas

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 yugioh-card.com DUELISTS GO DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS FOR A Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SHOWDOWN APRIL 14th – 15th IN DALLAS
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 yugioh-card.com DETERMINED NIZAR SARHAN OUTDUELS TOP PLAYERS AT Yu-Gi-Oh! CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES DALLAS
  3. 3.0 3.1 konami.com Top Tables Update: Round 10
  4. konami.com Top Tables Update: Round 9
  5. konami.com Standings after Day 1!
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 konami.com Top Cut Pairings: Top 16
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 konami.com Top Cut Pairings: Top 8
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 konami.com Top Cut Pairings: Semi-Finals
  9. konami.com Top 16: Juan Flores vs. Justin Duren
  10. konami.com Quarterfinal: Nizar Sarhan vs. Frazier Smith
  11. konami.com Semifinal: Alexander Reed vs. Justin Duren
  12. konami.com The Finals: Alexander Reed vs. Nizar Sarhan
  13. konami.com Saturday’s Dragon Duel Finals
  14. konami.com Sunday’s Dragon Duel: Benjamen Leverett vs. Zachary Leverett
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 konami.com Public Event Playoffs Winners!
  16. konami.com YCS Pre-reg Token!
  17. konami.com New Win-A-Mat: Yuma and Utopia Ray
  18. konami.com QQ: What GIANT CARD would you like to see ATTACK!!?
  19. yugidojo.com Nizar Sarhan Dino Rabbit Deck List Review 2012 YCS Dallas Winner
  20. yugidojo.com Alexander Reed Dragon Lightsworn Deck List Review 2012 YCS Dallas 2nd Place

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