Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Qualifier 2010

Australia
Ewan “Bowserkills7” O’Keefe [X-Sabers]

Canada
Aaron Noel [Infernity]

Central America
Galileo De Obaldia (Panama) [X-Sabers]
The Central America Champion, Ricardo Lora Zavala (Mexico) [Flamvell Cat], is unable to attend the World Championship 2010, hence the invitation is passed down to the Central America 7th position.

Europe
Rodrigo Togores Moli (Spain) [Frog OTK]
Stephan Sluis (Netherlands) [Infernity]
Stefano Memoli (Italy) [Anti-Meta]
Sebastian Gonzales (Belgian) [X-Sabers]

Hong Kong
Luk Chi Hang [Quickdraw Dandywarrior]

Japan
Kuwano “みのりん” Kei [Herald of Perfection]
Watanabe “ゆーま” Yuma [Blackwing]
Tanaka “レオパルド” Shogo [Machina Gadget]
Kawai “A1” Hideki [Debris Dandy Cat]
NA★NA’s [Blackwing] rights to represent Japan has been revoked.

Malaysia
Tan Sung Lee [Gigavise]
The National Champion, Michael Yap Wei Keong [Frog Monarch], is unable to attend the World Championship 2010, hence the invitation is passed down to the National Finalist.

New Zealand
Kevin Lau [X-Sabers]

Philippines
Alvin Lim [Blackwing]

Singapore
Jeremy Chua [Machina Gadget]

South America
Pablo Juan Vera (Argentina) [Frog OTK]

South Korea
Kim Tae Woo [Blackwing]

Taiwan
She Wei Hao [Blackwing]

Thailand
Thanin Siripojanakul [Blackwing]
The National Champion, Apinan Chalermchatvichien [Blackwing], is unable to attend the World Championship 2010, hence the invitation is passed down to the National Finalist.

United States
Sean Montague [X-Sabers]
Chris Arantes [X-Sabers]
Vincent Pagila [X-Sabers]
Daniel LaMartina [Gladiator Beasts]

2009 World Champion
Benjamin Tan Hong Hwee (Singapore)

5 Responses to “Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Qualifier 2010”


  1. 1 cooltsl July 6, 2010 at 6:24 pm

    I’m from malaysia player , Sung Lee,the representative of this year national champion tournament. do u mind to add one malaysia categories in ur website?

    actually in my country there r a lot of high level deck and player too, from the result of asian tournament, malaysia have win twice in 2009 and 2010,:-)
    and for this post, i suggest u may upload the photo of each player that take part in the national tourmant,so we can know each other now,thank you!

    • 2 Akira July 6, 2010 at 6:33 pm

      Hi Sung Lee, congrats for being Malaysia’s 1st Runner-up. I have a category for each of the countries, but as there are currently no posts under it, it is not showing up.

      That is a good suggestion and I’ll see how I can go about doing it. Thank you for your suggestion.

    • 3 Tom January 29, 2011 at 8:31 pm

      Hi Sung Lee! I hear you ran Gigavise for the world championship, any chance you could post a deck list? I’m entering a tournament soon and want to make my deck as competitive as possible, any tips?

  2. 4 Leon ni August 17, 2010 at 8:53 am

    Wow, so many x sabers of none topped in the nationals final. So sad.


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