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Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Indianapolis 2010
Anthony Meier
Tournament details
Type

Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series

Structure
Format

Advanced

Location

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Date
  • August 7−8, 2012 (main event)[1]
  • August 5−8, 2012 (public events)[1]
Final positions
Winner

Anthony Meier[2]

Runner-up

Matt Hoey[2]

Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Indianapolis 2010 was a Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series held at the 2010 Gen Con at the Indianapolis Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana in the United States.[1]

Events

Timetable

The times and costs of the side events were as follows:[1]

Time Event Cost
Thursday
10:00 − 17:00 Win-A-Mat $12
10:00 − 17:00 Gen Con Duelist League $4
10:00 − 17:00 Gen Con Pegasus League $10
11:00 − 15:00 2011 regional qualifiers $12
13:00 Attack of the Giant Card!! $12
15:00 Dragon Duel $4
Friday
10:00 − 18:00 Win-A-Mat $12
10:00 − 18:00 Gen Con Duelist League $4
10:00 − 18:00 Gen Con Pegasus League $10
11:00 − 17:00 2011 regional qualifiers $12
12:00 Dragon Duel $4
14:00 Go for the Gold $30
16:00 3 vs 3 Duel $18 (per team)
Saturday
12:00 − 17:00 Gen Con Pegasus League $10
13:00 − 18:00 Win-A-Mat $12
14:00 Dragon Duel $4
14:00 − 17:00 2011 regional qualifiers $12
16:00 Go for the Gold $30
Sunday
Duelist Revolution Sneak Preview $20
10:00 − 14:00 Win-A-Mat $12
10:00 − 14:00 Gen Con Duelist League $4
10:00 − 14:00 Gen Con Pegasus League $10
10:00 − 13:00 2011 regional qualifiers $12
12:00 Dragon Duel $4
13:00 Attack of the Giant Card!! $12
14:00 Public events playoff

Main event

The main event was won by Anthony Meier, who used an anti-meta Deck and defeated Matt Hoey, who used an "X-Saber" Deck, in the finals.[2]

Prizes

The prizes for the main event were as follows:

Position Prize
1st
2nd
  • Super Rare set of Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Prize Cards
  • 32 GB iPad with Wi-Fi with redemption codes for Konami Mobile games
  • Invitation to the 2011 World Championship Qualifier tournament
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat
3rd
  • Super Rare set of Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Prize Cards
  • 32 GB personal music player with redemption codes for Konami Mobile games
  • Invitation to the 2011 World Championship Qualifier tournament
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat
4th
  • 32 GB personal music player with redemption codes for Konami Mobile games
  • Invitation to the 2011 World Championship Qualifier tournament
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat
5th-8th
9th-16th 24 Booster Packs of the current release
  • Invitation to the 2011 World Championship Qualifier tournament
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat
17th-32nd
  • Invitation to the 2011 World Championship Qualifier tournament
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat

External links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 yugioh-card.com GEN CON INDY 2010 Event Schedule
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 konami.com Final Round Feature Match: Matt Hoey vs. Anthony Meier

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