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Pojo's Yu-Gi-Oh News
June 5, 2006

10-YEAR OLD WASHINGTON NATIVE AUSTIN KULMAN DEFEATS OVER 350 OF THE NATION’S BEST Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME DUELISTS AND BECOMES ‘2006 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG NATIONAL CHAMPION’— THE YOUNGEST U.S. CHAMPION EVER

 

Austin Kulman and Three Californians to Represent the U.S. at the Yu-Gi-Oh!

TCG World Championship Tournament This Summer in Japan  

 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – June 4, 2006 – After 16 hours of fierce competition, the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME now has its new National Champion.  Defeating over 350 of the nation’s best Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG players, 10-year-old Austin Kulman of Bellvue, Washington has not only been recognized as the "best of the nation’s best," but as the youngest ever official Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG U.S. National Champion.  Kulman is one of four Duelists who will go on to represent the United States in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Tournament this summer in Tokyo, Japan. 

 

Kulman is the youngest player to ever make it to the final rounds of the National Championships, and hence the youngest-ever champion for the world renowned trading card game.  Just 10-years old, he started playing the game when he was in the second grade.

 

The three other Duelists, in order of the place they finished, who will go on to represent the U.S. in the 2006 World Championships are: Matt Garcia, 14, of Stockton, California; Miguel Flores, 27, of Orange County, California; and Matt Lawrence, 16, of Pasadena, California.  The Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship event will be held on August 5 in Tokyo, Japan.

 

The intense competition -- held over two days at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, California (June 3 & 4) – was a true nationwide event, attracting players from around the U.S. who have come to the Bay Area 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 region.

 

Austin Kulmans' Winning Deck:
Monsters: 22

1 Tsukuyomi
2 Magician of Faith
3 Cyber Dragon
1 D. D. Warrior Lady
2 Spirit Reaper
2 Chaos Sorcerer
1 Night Assailant
2 Zaborg the Thunder Monarch
2 Dekoichi the Battlechanted Locomotive
1 Kycoo the Ghost Destroyer
1 Breaker the Magical Warrior
1 Sangan
1 Magical Merchant
1 Jinzo
Spells: 12

1 Confiscation
1 Premature Burial
2 Nobleman of Crossout
1 Scapegoat
1 Mystical Space Typhoon
1 Snatch Steal
2 Smashing Ground
1 Heavy Storm
1 Graceful Charity
1 Book of Moon
Traps: 7

1 Bottomless Trap Hole
1 Return from the Different Dimension
2 Sakuretsu Armor
1 Call of the Haunted
1 Mirror Force
1 Torrential Tribute
Side:

2 Dust Tornado
1 Threatening Roar
1 Trap Hole
1 Deck Devastation Virus
1 Ceasefire
1 Enemy Controller
1 Emergency Provisions
1 Newdoria
1 Giant Orc
1 Mobius the Frost Monarch
1 Zombyra the Dark
1 Mystic Swordsman LV2
1 Goldd, Wu-Lord of Dark World
1 Bottomless Trap Hole
Fusion:

1 King Dragun
1 Reaper on the Nightmare
1 Dark Balter the Terrible
1 Cyber End Dragon
1 Fiend Skull Dragon
1 Cyber Twin Dragon
1 Gatling Dragon
1 Thousand-Eyes Restrict
 

 


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