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Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Game World Championship
Courtesy of Upper-Deck
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game (TCG) is a game of summoned monsters, ancient magic, powerful rare cards and dueling skill. On August 10, 2003 the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championships were held in New York at Madison Square Garden and one kid out-dueled everybody else to take home the title and the glory! Here's how it all went down.
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Info
10,000 people crowded into Madison Square Garden in New York for the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship event. There were duels everywhere and even some Yu-Gi-Oh! Stairway to the Destined Duel video game duels for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance. Peeps who knew their Yu-Gi-Oh! trivia could even answer questions to win free Pharonic Guardian cards.
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG The Championship Duels
The duels for the title of World Champion were fast, furious and fun! Powerful decks were everywhere as 18 of the best Yu-Gi-Oh! duelists from around the world dueled for the championship. The final duel was between Hong Kong's Ng Yu Leung and Shigeki Kitamura from Japan. Here's how their duels went:
Yu-Gi-Oh! Final Duel Round 1
Winner: Shigeki Kitamura
Winning Cards: Ring of Destruction and Bazoo the Soul Eater with 2200 Attack.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Final Duel Round 2
Winner: Ng Yu Leung
Winning Cards: Lots of Drop Offs, Fiber Jars and a Ring of Destruction.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Final Duel Round 3 - Final Round!
Winner: Ng Yu Leung
Winning Cards: Drop Off and Heavy Storm.
Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Winner!
The incredible dueling skills of Ng Yu Leung from Hong Kong won him the gold-plated Yu-Gi-Oh! trophy and the awesome title of Yu-Gi-Oh! World Champion! For all the 411 straight from the source, check out the link below for Yu-Gi-Oh! videos, pictures, and more info on how you can duel and win.