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KENTUCKY NATIVE MAX SUFFRIDGE DEFEATS OVER 480
OF THE NATION’S BEST Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME DUELISTS AND BECOMES ‘2005 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG NATIONAL CHAMPION’


Suffridge to Represent the U.S. at the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Tournament Next Month in Tokyo, Japan

COLUMBUS, OHIO – July 05, 2005 – After 16 hours of fierce competition, the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME now has its National Champion. Defeating over 480 of the nation’s best Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG players, 20-year-old Max Suffridge from Louisville, Kentucky has not only been recognized as the best of the nation’s best, but as the official “Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG National Champion.” Suffridge is one of four Duelists representing the United States in next month’s Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Tournament in Tokyo, Japan.

After going 9-1 in the Swiss rounds, Suffridge plowed through quarterfinals opponent Brent Yetter to advance closer to the title. Suffridge was then pitted against his former round nine opponent, 18-year-old Bryan Coronel of Team Overdose (Jersey City, New Jersey), in a rematch from the previous day. After again defeating the deadly Team Overdose member, he faced Miguel Garcia of Team Nexus (Oakland Park, Florida), who played three intense rounds in the final match-up. Using a “Heavy Storm” card (Fury From the Deep) to end the game, Suffridge defeated the deadly Team Overdose member.

As a semi-finalists, Garcia, Coronel and Jerry Wang (also of Team Overdose) will join Suffridge in Japan next month to battle over 25 countries for the world championship title. These countries include Japan, Philippines, Australia, Brazil, Switzerland, and Canada to name a few. The Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship event will be held August 6-7 in Tokyo, Japan.

The intense competition -- held over two days at the Origins Gaming Expo in Columbus, Ohio (July 2 and 3) – became a true nationwide event, attracting players from around the U.S. who have come to Columbus from as far as Texas, Hawaii, California, New York, and Florida, to name a few states. All Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG national tournament competitors earned a spot in the U.S. National Championship tournament by competing and winning previous tournaments in their various regions.

For more information on decklists, and quarterfinalist participants, please log onto

www.upperdeckentertainment.com or www.metagame.com

 

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