Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Qualifier 2011

Central America
Jose Cubero (Costa Rica) [Tengu Synchro]

Europe
Michel Grüner (Germany) [Tengu Synchro]
Raul Fernandez Guiscardo (Spain) [Worm]
Luke Lennard (UK) [X-Saber]
Kim Just Jensen (Denmark) [Disaster Dragon]
The European 1st Runner-up, Sami Sekkoum (UK) [Gravekeeper], is unable to attend the World Championship 2011, hence the invitation is passed down to his Quarter-finals opponent.

Hong Kong
Liu Hoi Ki “海狗” [Dark World]

Japan
Waga Tadashi “syelu” [Debris Junk Doppel]
Osawa Yusuke “バブル” [T.G. Gadget]
Ogawa Takashi “アーサー” [Six Samurai]
Murakoshi Kei “王子” [Dark World]

Malaysia
Kee Kian Sim “Sam” [Agent Fairy]

Philippines
William Sy “Wslasher” [Six Samurai]

Singapore
Kaven Sue [Ultimate Offering Gadget]
The National Champion, Daniel Ang [Graveyard Blackwing], is unable to attend the World Championship 2011, hence the invitation is passed down to the National 1st Runner-up.

North America
Hansel Aguero (USA) [T.G. Tengu]
William Samuel Pedigo (USA) [Tengu Synchro]
Thomas Mak (USA) [Agent Fairy]
Joseph Bogli (USA) [Tengu Synchro]
Bo Tang (Canada) [Tengu Synchro]
Justin Womack [Malefic Skill Drain]
The North American Semi-finalist, Jeff Walker (USA) [Tengu Synchro], is unable to attend the World Championship 2011, hence the invitation is passed down to the 7th Position.

Oceania
Aaron Dennis (New Zealand) [Tengu Synchro]
Kevin Matsuoka (New Zealand) [Tengu Synchro]

South America
Jose Carlos Ubilla Grijalva (Ecuador) [Machina Gadget]

South Korea
Yang Young-Duk [Six Samurai]

Taiwan
She Wei Hao [Six Samurai]

Thailand
Pahnupak Kungjaroen “Foil” [Machina Gadget]

2010 World Champion
Galileo De Obaldia (Panama) [Tengu Synchro]

19 Responses to “Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Qualifier 2011”


  1. 1 Pegasos June 28, 2011 at 9:12 am

    hi, long time no see🙂

    last week, South Korea National Championship was ended.

    Yang Young-Duk is winner.

    and he used Six-samurai

    Deck list address is http://blog.naver.com/sksjr/140132837940

    • 2 Akira June 28, 2011 at 9:20 am

      Hi, great to hear from you.🙂

      It’s an exciting time now as the Asian countries are having their WCQ.

      As always, thank you very much for the updates.

  2. 3 David Mejia July 4, 2011 at 4:12 am

    The Name of the South American Champion is Jose Carlos Ubilla Grijalva, please edit ths, the page of konami, has a wrong name,

    Thanks…………😀

  3. 7 jaden July 18, 2011 at 7:45 am

    hansel aguero won the north american world championship with tech genus i think that runs tengus, tech genus stuff, king tiger wanghu, and horn of the phantom beast

    • 8 jaden July 19, 2011 at 4:01 am

      i knew the deck had potential after seeing it play out but i didn’t think was consistent enough congrats!
      a well fought victory
      tengu just ate up the top six except for the lone agent which i’m surprised got this far

  4. 9 ferbig July 29, 2011 at 9:31 pm

    Where can I find Thomas Mak’s Agents decklist ? Regards

    • 10 Akira July 29, 2011 at 9:42 pm

      Unfortunately I’m unable to find his decklist as well. Unless Konami US releases the decklist, I’m limited to just blogs, forums and Youtube as my sources.

      • 11 Tom Mak July 31, 2011 at 5:55 am

        This is Thomas Mak’s Decklists

        19
        3 Agent of Mystery – Earth
        3 Master Hyperion
        3 Mystical Shine Ball
        2 Agent of Creation – Venus
        2 Archlord Kristya
        2 Agent of Miracles – Jupiter
        2 Herald of Orange Light
        1 Ally Genex Birdman
        1 Honest

        11
        3 Cards from the Sky
        2 Mystical Space Typhoon
        2 Pot of Duality
        1 Giant Trunade
        1 Monster Reborn
        1 Dark Hole
        1 Book of Moon

        10
        2 Solemn Warning
        2 Gozen Match
        1 Mirror Force
        1 Torrential Tribute
        1 Miraculous Decent
        1 Dimensional Prison
        1 Solemn Judgment
        1 Fiendish Chain

        Extra:
        1 Ally of Justice Decisive Armor
        1 Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
        1 Scrap Dragon
        1 Avenging Knight Parshath
        1 Stardust Dragon
        1 Black Rose Dragon
        1 Ancient Fairy Dragon
        1 Ancient Sacred Wyvern
        1 Gaia Knight, Force of the Earth
        1 Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
        1 T.G. Hyper Librarian
        1 Magical Android
        1 Ally of Justice Catastor
        1 Armory Arm
        1 Chimeratech Fortress Dragon

        Side:
        2 Banisher of the Radiance
        2 Cyber Dragon
        2 Kinetic Soldier
        1 Gorz, Emissary of Darkness
        1 Maxx “C”
        2 Chain Disappearance
        2 Dust Tornado
        1 Malevolent Catastrophe
        1 Bottomless Trap Hole
        1 Dimensional Prison

  5. 14 ferbig July 31, 2011 at 10:15 am

    Thank you and I hope that Angels thriump over Plants !! (TENGUS will not appear in the Mundial HEHEHE)

  6. 15 jaden August 5, 2011 at 5:19 am

    bogli’s decklist is here

    anyway’s akuma1921’s channel should have it

  7. 17 jaden August 8, 2011 at 12:45 pm

    no prob
    always happy to help

  8. 18 jaden August 8, 2011 at 12:52 pm

    oh yeah definitely forgot to thank steffon bizzel sry
    he does the best work


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