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Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Sao Paulo 2015 was a Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series tournament held at Anhembi Convention Center Santana, Sao Paulo, Brazil from November 28–29, 2015.[1] It was the last Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series held in the Americas in 2015 and had an attendance of 318.[3] It was won by Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez.[2]

Events

Timetable

The timetable of events was as follows:[1]

Scheduled time Event Cost
Friday, November 27
15:00–19:00 Pre registration
Saturday, November 28
8:00–9:45 Registration
10:00 Main event top cut R$50.00
13:00–18:00 2016 Regional Qualifiers (16-player flights) R$25.00
13:00–18:00 Battle City tournament (16-player flights) R$25.00
13:00–18:00 Battle Pack Sealed Pack tournament (8-player flights) R$25.00
13:00–18:00 Battle Pack Draft tournament (8-player flights) R$45.00
13:00–18:00 Duelist League (8-player flights)
13:00–18:00 Structure Deck tournament R$35.00
13:00–18:00 Starter Deck tournament (8-player flights) R$40.00
13:00–186:00 Tag Dueling (8-team flights) R$25.00 (per team)
13:00–18:00 Ultimate Duelist Series Qualifier (8-player flights) R$25.00
13:00–18:00 Win-A-Mat and Beta Format Win-A-Mat (8-player flights) R$12.00
13:00–18:00 Yu-Gi-Oh! Day tournament (16-player flights) R$25.00
14:00 Dragon Duel tournament Free
15:00 ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!! R$25.00
Sunday, November 29
9:00 Main event
9:00–15:00 2016 Regional Qualifiers (16-player flights) R$25.00
10:00–15:00 Battle City tournament (16-player flights) R$25.00
10:00–15:00 Battle Pack Sealed tournament (8-player flights) R$25.00
13:00–15:00 Battle Pack Draft Tournament (8-player flights) R$45.00
10:00–15:00 Duelist League (8-player flights)
10:00–15:00 Structure Deck tournament R$35.00
10:00–15:00 Starter Deck Tournament (8-player flights) R$40.00
10:00–15:00 Ultimate Duelist Series Qualifier (8-player flights) R$25.00
10:00–15:00 Win-A-Mat and Beta Format Win-A-Mat (8-player flights) R$12.00
10:00–15:00 Yu-Gi-Oh! Day tournament (16-player flights) R$25.00
10:00 3 vs. 3 team tournament R$36.00 (per team)
12:00 ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!! R$25.00
13:00 Dragon Duel tournament Free
15:45 Cut-off to earn points for public events playoffs
16:00 Public event playoffs
16:30 PM Dragon Duel playoff

Main event

Swiss

Top 16
# Name Points
1 Leonardo Silva Dos Santos 25
2 Alejandro Garcia Moreno 24
3 Pietro Diniz Ramos 24
4 Mateus Nobile Silva 24
5 Jose Anthony Bren Osores 24
6 Hector Lorenzo Perez Herrera 22
7 Rafael Jose Rodrigues de Souza 22
8 Jonathan Alfonso Aquino Quispe 22
9 Joshua Salveerredy Barycki 22
10 Rolando Chacolla Choque 21
11 Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez 21
12 Leonardo Pustilnik Vieira Martins 21
13 Joaquin Enrique Koc Lopez 21
14 Gustavo Henrique Barbosa Hatsbach 21
15 Michael Verissimo Da Silva Luiz 21
16 Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan 21

After the fifth round, Guilherme Herrique Cardoso, Alejandro Garcia Moreno, Guilherme Lerry Dos Santos, Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez, Rodolfo França, Jose Anthony Bren Osores, Mateus Nobile Silva and Joaquin Enrique Koc Lopez were undefeated, with 15 points each.[4]

After the sixth round, Alejandro Garcia Moreno, Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez, Mateus Nobile Silva and Joaquin Enrique Koc Lopez were undefeated, with 18 points each.[5]

After the seventh round, Joaquin Enrique Koc Lopez and Mateus Nobile Silva remained undefeated, with 21 points each.[6]

After the eighth round, only Mateus Nobile Silva remained undefeated, with 24 points.[7]

After the last Swiss round, Leonardo Silva Dos Santos led with 25 points.[8]

Top cut

In the top 16:[9]

  • Joshua Salveerredy Barycki defeated Jonathan Alfonso Aquino Quispe.
  • Mateus Nobile Silva defeated Joaquin Enrique Koc Lopez.
  • Jose Anthony Bren Osores defeated Leonardo Pustilnik Vieira Martins.
  • Pietro Diniz Ramos defeated Gustavo Henrique Barbosa Hatsbach.
  • Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez defeated Hector Lorenzo Perez Herrera.
  • Rolando Chacolla Choque defeated Rafael Jose Rodrigues de Souza.
  • Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan defeated Leonardo Silva Dos Santos.
  • Alejandro Garcia Moreno defeated Michael Verissimo Da Silva Luiz.

In the quarterfinals:[10]

  • Mateus Nobile Silva defeated Joshua Salveerredy Barycki.
  • Jose Anthony Bren Osores defeated Pietro Diniz Ramos.
  • Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez defeated Rolando Chacolla Choque.
  • Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan defeated Alejandro Garcia Moreno.

In the semifinals:[2][11]

  • Mateus Nobile Silva defeated Jose Anthony Bren Osores
  • Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez defeated Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan

In the playoff, Jose Anthony Bren Osores defeated Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan.[2]

In the finals, Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez defeated Mateus Nobile Silva.[2]

Top 16[9] Quarter finals[10] Semi finals[2][11] Final[2]
                           
           
  Jonathan Alfonso Aquino Quispe  
  Joshua Salveerredy Barycki    
  Joshua Salveerredy Barycki  
    Mateus Nobile Silva    
  Mateus Nobile Silva  
  Joaquin Enrique Koc Lopez    
  Mateus Nobile Silva  
    Jose Anthony Bren Osores    
  Jose Anthony Bren Osores  
  Leonardo Pustilnik Vieira Martins    
  Jose Anthony Bren Osores  
    Pietro Diniz Ramos    
  Gustavo Henrique Barbosa Hatsbach  
  Pietro Diniz Ramos    
  Mateus Nobile Silva  
    Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez  
  Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez  
  Hector Lorenzo Perez Herrera    
  Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez  
    Rolando Chacolla Choque    
  Rolando Chacolla Choque  
  Rafael Jose Rodrigues de Souza    
  Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez  
    Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan     Third place[2]
  Leonardo Silva Dos Santos  
  Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan    
  Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan     Jose Anthony Bren Osores  
    Alejandro Garcia Moreno       Alejandro Juan Loayza Jordan  
  Michael Verissimo Da Silva Luiz  
  Alejandro Garcia Moreno    

Dragon Duel

The Saturday Dragon Duel was won by Pedro Silveira. Enzo Saluiati, Fabio Kawaguchi and Thiago Kanazawa came second, third and fourth respectively.[12]

The Sunday Dragon Duel was won by Pablo Reich.[13]

In the play off Pablo Reich used a "Kozmo" Deck and defeated Pedro Silbeiro, who used a "Majespecter" Deck.[13]

Prizes

Main event

The following prizes were available for the main event.[1]

Position Prize
1st
2nd
  • Super Rare Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series 2015 prize card: "Minerva, the Exalted Lightsworn"
  • 32 GB Tablet PC
  • Invitation to the 2016 World Championship Qualifier
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat
3rd
  • Super Rare Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series 2015 prize card: "Minerva, the Exalted Lightsworn"
  • Xbox One
  • Invitation to the 2016 World Championship Qualifier
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat
4th
  • Xbox One
  • Invitation to the 2016 World Championship Qualifier
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat
5th–8th
  • Nintendo 3DS XL
  • Invitation to the 2016 World Championship Qualifier
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series top cut game mat
9th–16th
Participation 6 Dimension of Chaos Booster Packs

Public events

Event Participation prize Winning prize
16 Player 2016 Regional Qualifiers 2 Booster Packs 1st
Battle City tournament 2 Booster Packs
3 vs. 3 Team Dueling 1 Booster Packs per team member
  • 1st: Uncut 3×3 sheet of Secret Rare cards per team member
  • 2nd: Uncut 3×3 sheet of Ultra Rare cards per team member
  • 3nd—4th: Uncut 3×3 sheet of Super Rare cards per team member
ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!! 2 Booster Packs 1st: Oversized card
Battle Pack Sealed Pack tournament 5 Battle Packs
  • 1st: Starfoil Rare prize card & Battle Pack game board
  • 2nd: Starfoil Rare prize card
Battle Pack Draft tournament 9 Battle Packs
  • 1st: Starfoil Rare prize card & Battle Pack game board
  • 2nd: Starfoil Rare prize card
Structure Deck tournament 1 Structure Deck 1st: Structure Deck tournament game mat
Starter Deck tournament 1 Starter Deck 1st: Starter Deck tournament game mat
Duelist League
  • 1st: 2 Duelist League Rare Cards
  • 2nd–8th: 1 Duelist League Rare Card
Tag Dueling 2 Booster Packs per team 1st: 1 random Sneak Peek game mat per team member
Ultimate Duelist Series Qualifier
  • 2 Booster Packs
  • 1 UDS Lanyard
1st
  • UDS Qualifier winner pin
  • 20 UDS Points
Win-A-Mat 1 Booster Pack 1st: Win-A-Mat game mat
Yu-Gi-Oh! Day tournament 2 Booster Packs
  • 1st: Yu-Gi-Oh! Day game mat
  • 1st–8th: Yu-Gi-Oh! Day Token
Beta Format Win-A-Mat 1 Booster Pack 1st: Beta Format Win-A-Mat game mat
Public Events Playoff 1st: Super Rare Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series prize card, "Minerva, the Exalted Lightsworn"

Decks

Among the top 16 Deck types, there were 9 "Kozmo", 3 "Performage"/"Performapal", 2 "Tellarknight", 1 "Performage"/"Majespecter" and 1 "PSY-Frame".[9]

The winning and runner up Decklists were as follows:[14][15]

1st - Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez - Kozmo
Side Deck
2nd - Mateus Nobile Silva - Kozmo
Side Deck

External links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Sao Paulo, Brazil – FAQ". yugioh-card.com. November 23, 2015. http://www.yugioh-card.com/en/events/2015/YCS_SaoPaulo.html.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 "And the winner is…publisher=Konami Digital Entertainment". November 29, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22246.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Welcome to YCS – Sao Paulo!". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 28, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22150.
  4. "Standings after Round 5 – YCS – Sao Paulo". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 28, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22176.
  5. "Standings after Round 6 – YCS – Sao Paulo". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 28, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22180.
  6. "Standings after Round 7 – YCS – Sao Paulo". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 28, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22188.
  7. "Standings after Round 8 – YCS – Sao Paulo". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 28, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22193.
  8. "Final standings after Day 1 at YCS – Sao Paulo". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 28, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22206.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 "Welcome to Day 2 of YCS – Sao Paulo: Top 16 pairings". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 29, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22209.
  10. 10.0 10.1 "Top 8 pairings". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 29, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22229.
  11. 11.0 11.1 "Top 4 pairings". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 29, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22242.
  12. "Saturday Dragon Duel Winner!". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 28, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22184.
  13. 13.0 13.1 "Dragon Duel Champion". Konami Digital Entertainment. November 29, 2015. https://yugiohblog.konami.com/?p=22248.
  14. "Alejandro Vivaldo Reyes Suarez, YCS - Sao Paulo Brazil (Dec 2015)". yugiohtopdecks.com. http://yugiohtopdecks.com/deck/4647.
  15. "Mateus Nobile Silva, YCS - Sao Paulo Brazil (Dec 2015)". yugiohtopdecks.com. http://yugiohtopdecks.com/deck/4648.

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