Yu-Gi-Oh! Asian Championship 2011

Player: Noh Jea-Yeong
Deck: Six Samurai
Rank: Asian Championship 1st Runner-up
Source: Pegasos Blog

Monsters: 13
2 Grandmaster of the Six Samurai
3 Legendary Six Samurai – Kizan
3 Legendary Six Samurai – Kageki
3 Kagemusha of the Six Samurai
1 Hand of the Six Samurai
1 Neo-Spacian Grand Mole

Spells: 14
3 Shien’s Smoke Signal
3 Six Samurai United
1 Gateway of the Six
1 Reinforcement of the Army
1 Book of Moon
1 Dark Hole
1 Giant Trunade
1 Monster Reborn
2 Mystical Space Typhoon

Traps: 13
1 Mirror Force
1 Torrential Tribute
2 Solemn Warning
1 Solemn Judgment
2 Bottomless Trap Hole
2 Dimensional Prison
2 Musakani Magatama
2 Double-Edged Sword Technique

Extra: 15
1 Ally of Justice Catastor
1 Magical Android
3 Legendary Six Samurai – Shi En
1 Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
1 Gaia Knight, the Force of Earth
1 Black Rose Dragon
1 Stardust Dragon
1 Thought Ruler Archfiend
1 Colossal Fighter
1 Scrap Dragon
1 Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
2 Chimeratech Fortress Dragon

Side: 15
2 Cyber Dragon
2 Kinetic Soldier
2 D.D. Crow
2 Puppet Plant
2 Nobleman of Crossout
2 Dust Tornado
2 Pulling the Rug
1 Chain Whirlwind

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