Result Watch – April 2017

We’ve just wrapped up a busy weekend for a number of Malaysians competing overseas and so here are updates on all the action that happened. But before we get to those results, we’d also like to update on 2 League Challenges that occurred in April. Perhaps this will give a hint on what would be an ideal play for the upcoming Malaysia Regional Championships !


League Challenge, Toysbar, 1st April 2017

54 Masters

1st – Jason Yong – M Rayquaza EX/Jolteon EX
2nd – Nicholas Yong – Espeon GX/Decidueye GX
3rd – Yee Wei Chun – Volcanion EX
4th – King Yang – Quad Lapras GX
5th – Kylie Chua – Volcanion EX
6th – Christopher Ismail – Volcanion EX
7th – Joshua Lee – Decidueye GX/Vileplume
8th – Saiful Bahari – Turbo Darkrai EX


League Challenge, Cards & Hobbies, 16th April 2017

39 Masters

1st – Keng Fai – M Rayquaza EX
2nd – Izmir Armani – M Mewtwo EX/Garbodor
3rd – Isaac – Turbo Darkrai EX
4th – Yee Wei Chun – Water Box
5th – Vignesh Krishnan – Volcanion EX
6th – Ji Yun – Volcanion EX
7th – Nicholas – Zygarde EX/Tauros GX
8th – William – Talonflame/Greninja


Manila Special Event, Philippines, 22nd – 23rd April 2017

55 Masters

1st – Jitmin Lim [SG] – Decidueye GX
2nd – Matthew Koo [CA] – Turbo Darkrai EX
3rd – Joshua Myles Lim [PH] – Yveltal/Garbodor
4th – Joey Ho [SG] – M Rayquaza EX/Espeon GX/Wobbuffet/Garbodor
5th – Adrian Velasco [PH] – Volcanion EX
6th – Gou Jie Yeo [MY] – Decideye GX/Vileplume
7th – Isaac Chen [MY] – Volcanion EX
8th – Kylie Chua [MY] – Volcanion EX


Latin American International Championships, São Paulo, Brazil, 21st – 23rd April 2017

627 Masters

1st – Juan Pablo Salas [CL] – Decidueye GX/Vileplume AOR
2nd – Thiago Giovannetti Marques Ricardo [BR] – Decidueye GX/Vileplume AOR/Yanmega STS
3rd – Connor Finton [US] – Decidueye GX/Vileplume AOR
4th – Ian Anderson Fukuda [BR] – M Rayquaza EX
5th – Sid Filho [BR] – Volcanion EX
6th – Philip Schulz [DE] – Turbo Darkrai EX
7th – Diego Cassiraga [AR] – Decidueye GX/Vileplume AOR
8th – Yee Wei Chun [MY]* – Volcanion EX

*the player that finished in 8th place after Day 2 of swiss was found to be playing with an illegitimate deck and was therefore disqualified, promoting Yee Wei to 8th place without playing in Top8.

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