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 Pojo's YU-GI-OH! News
 

JAPAN’S MASATOSHI TOGAWA CROWNED 2004 YU-GI-OH! TRADING CARD GAME WORLD CHAMPION

Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament – Sunday, July 25, 2004

Thousands gathered in the Anaheim Convention Center on Sunday (July 25) to witness the biggest Duel of the year. After two days of fierce competition, finalist Masatoshi Togawa (20, Japan) has earned the title as the 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game World Champion.

In addition to winning the championship trophy, and covenant title, Masatoshi was also awarded an exclusive Ulevo promotional card, and a backpack full of assorted Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME related prizes. Runner-ups include (in order) 17-year-old Chan Wan Hang (Hong Kong), 30-year-old Yoshinobu Suekane (Japan), and 19-year-old Ryan Pugh (United Kingdom). Each were awarded a Meteo the Matchless promotional card, and, a backpack full of assorted Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME prizes.

All eight phenomenally rare promotional cards are sealed in an acrylic block, and cannot be used in any tournament. See below for details on both cards.

In addition, Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG fans had the opportunity to take a sneak-peek at the exclusive movie packs, which were on sale at the Upper Deck Entertainment booth. The exclusive packs were only available at the World Championship event, and will be available again when the Yu-Gi-Oh! movie releases in August.

As a part of Upper Deck Entertainment’s Premier Tournament series, Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME finalists are determined through Regional and National tournaments held throughout the world. Winners of Regional tournaments are awarded entry to National tournaments, in which the top selected players are then awarded entry into the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME World Championship tournament and compete for the coveted title of 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game World Champion. Over 25 countries were represented in the entire competition.

The Top 8 Deck Lists can be found here.

Ulevo
Level 10
EARTH
Winged Beast / Effect
ATK 3000
DEF 2500

This card cannot be Special Summoned. This card must be Tribute Summoned by offering 3 Winged Beast-Type monsters on your side of the field as Tributes. If this card attacks your opponent's Life Points directly and makes them 0, the controller of this card wins the Match.

Meteo the Matchless
Level 8
DARK
Beast-Warrior / Effect
ATK 2400
DEF 2000

This card cannot be Special Summoned. This card must be Tribute Summoned by offering 3 Beast-Warrior-Type monsters on your side of the field as Tributes. If this card attacks your opponent's Life Points directly and makes them 0, the controller of this card wins the Match.
 


 

 

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