Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2010

Galileo De Obaldia (Panama) [Frog OTK]

1st Runner-Up
Vincent Paglia (USA) [Blackwing]

2nd Runner-Up
Kuwano “みのりん” Kei (Japan) [Herald of Perfection]

3rd Runner-Up
Kim Tae Woo (South Korea) [Blackwing]

Top 8
Kawai “A1” Hideki (Japan) [Frog Monarch]
Aaron Noel (Canada) [Blackwing]
She Wei Hao (Taiwan) [Frog Monarch]
Stefano Sluis (Netherlands) [Infernity]

Preliminary Non-Qualified Players
Watanabe “ゆーま” Yuma (Japan) [Blackwing]
Stefano Memoli (Italy) [Infernity]
Chris Arantes (USA) [Blackwing]
Rodrigo Togores (Spain) [Frog OTK]
Tan Sung Lee (Malaysia) [Gigavise]
Thanin Siripojanakul (Thailand) [Blackwing]
Sean Montague (USA) [Gladiator Beast]
Benjamin Tan Hong Hwee (Singapore) [Blackwing]
Luk Chi Hang (Hong Kong) [Quickdraw Dandywarrior]
Juan Pablo Vera (Argentina) [Frog OTK]
Daniel LaMartina (USA) [Gladiator Beast]
Jeremy Chua (Singapore) [Machina Gadget]
Tanaka “レオパルド” Shogo (Japan) [Frog Monarch]
Sebastian Gonzalez (Belgium) [Blackwing]
Alvin Lim (Philippines) [Machina Gadget]
Ewan O’Keefe (Australia) [Gladiator Beast]
Kevin Lau (New Zealand) [Gladiator Beast]


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

  1. 1 pk2byakuya August 15, 2010 at 11:04 pm

    thank’s for the info…

  2. 2 Henry Ngo August 20, 2010 at 12:37 pm

    Kim Tae Woo posted his list – http://blog.naver.com/sksjr/140113172589

  3. 4 Baronet Taltos August 27, 2010 at 7:31 am

    Any word on the deck list for the winning FROG OTK deck?

  4. 7 Mazen August 28, 2010 at 7:27 am

    Aaron Noel posted this on his youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnPupAFHBws&feature=related , his deck for worlds

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