All posts in ARGCS Atlantic City, NJ August 23-24, 2014

Here in round 6 we finally get to showcase the new archetype of the Burning Abyss!  Based off of Dante’s Inferno, the deck specializes in summoning fiends over and over again while generating massive advantage off of each other and cards like Supply Squad.  Your 2014 Player’s Champ Alyx Lisgathe is running the feature match titans of Satellarknights.  Will the champ still stay on top?   Game 1   Eric wins the die roll and elects to go first.  He Normal Summons Tour Guide from the Underworld to grab Scarm, Malebranche of the Burning Abyss.  He then overlays for Dante, Read more


Place Name Points 1 Lisgathe, Alexander 24 2 Lee, James 22 3 Trivedi, Tej 22 4 Tahan, Calvin 22 5 Furman, Aaron 22 6 Cunningham, Daniel 22 7 M, Nicholas 22 8 Pena, Phillip 22 9 Urena, Cristian 22 10 Perkins, Zach 22 11 Tinsley, Tyree 21 12 Chen, Feng 21 13 Santos, Adrian 21 14 Randolf, Jarred 21 15 McCarthy, Kenneth 21 16 Boyd, Garyd 21 17 Bogli, Joseph 21 18 Phinney, Jake 21 19 Seraji, Robert 21 20 Everly, Joshua 21 21 Booth, Kenneth 20 22 Tangsuwan, Kritsalak 19 23 McMearty, Steven 19 24 Paller, Andrew 19 25 Read more


Place Name Points 1 Lee, James 22 2 Tahan, Calvin 21 3 Lisgathe, Alexander 21 4 Furman, Aaron 21 5 Cunningham, Daniel 21 6 Urena, Cristian 21 7 Perkins, Zach 21 8 Trivedi, Tej 19 9 Tangsuwan, Kritsalak 19 10 McMearty, Steven 19 11 Pena, Phillip 19 12 Roche, Jonathan 19 13 M, Nicholas 19 14 Booth, Kenneth 19 15 Russell, Justin 18 16 Tinsley, Tyree 18 17 Chen, Feng 18 18 Santos, Adrian 18 19 Brache, Eric 18 20 Mora, Rolando 18 21 Randolf, Jarred 18 22 McCarthy, Kenneth 18 23 Roca, Corey 18 24 Barragan, Alfredo 18 25 Read more


Place Name Points 1 Lee, James 18 2 Tahan, Calvin 18 3 Lisgathe, Alexander 18 4 Pena, Phillip 18 5 Tangsuwan, Kritsalak 15 6 Russell, Justin 15 7 Trivedi, Tej 15 8 Brache, Eric 15 9 Furman, Aaron 15 10 Ragard, Paul 15 11 M, Nicholas 15 12 Cunningham, Daniel 15 13 Mason, Scott 15 14 Hoban, Patrick 15 15 Paipay, Giovanni A. 15 16 Tinsley, Tyree 15 17 Randolf, Jarred 15 18 Furlong, Joshua 15 19 Urena, Cristian 15 20 Seraji, Robert 15 21 McCarthy, Kenneth 15 22 Boyd, Garyd 15 23 Shah, Ankit 15 24 Booth, Kenneth 15 Read more


Place Name Points 1 Lee, James 15 2 Lisgathe, Alexander 15 3 Brache, Eric 15 4 Tahan, Calvin 15 5 Mason, Scott 15 6 Furman, Aaron 15 7 Cunningham, Daniel 15 8 Pena, Phillip 15 9 McMearty, Steven 13 10 Giorlando, Joseph 12 11 Hines, James 12 12 Tangsuwan, Kritsalak 12 13 Aguero, Jonathan 12 14 Trivedi, Tej 12 15 M, Nicholas 12 16 Vandawalker, Dakota 12 17 Russell, Justin 12 18 Hoban, Patrick 12 19 Zaman, Tahmid 12 20 Miles, Aaron 12 21 Szkolnik, Jonathan 12 22 Ragard, Paul 12 23 Harrold, Robert 12 24 Vaid, Paras 12 25 Read more


Back from Italy and fresh off a showing at the 2014 World Championships is Tej Trivedi piloting Shaddolls.  His opponent is James Lee, a duelist we featured earlier in the tournament also running Shaddolls.  Once again, both duelists are running different Shaddoll variants.  Artifacts are believed to be weaker in the mirror match because of Moralltach’s limited uses, but can James overcome this weakness to take down one our latest North American representatives? Game 1   Tej wins the die roll and elects to go first.  He starts by setting three then passing. James begins his turn by setting a monster Read more


Place Name Points 1 Brache, Eric 12 2 Lee, James 12 3 Hines, James 12 4 Tangsuwan, Kritsalak 12 5 Aguero, Jonathan 12 6 Lisgathe, Alexander 12 7 Cunningham, Daniel 12 8 Hoban, Patrick 12 9 Trivedi, Tej 12 10 Mason, Scott 12 11 Furman, Aaron 12 12 Tahan, Calvin 12 13 Vandawalker, Dakota 12 14 Pena, Phillip 12 15 McCarthy, Kenneth 12 16 Vargas, Manny 10 17 McMearty, Steven 10 18 Silverman, Vinnie 10 19 Roberson, Rameal 10 20 Paller, Andrew 9 21 Giorlando, Joseph 9 22 Cirillo, Logan 9 23 Greene, Jeffon 9 24 Russell, Justin 9 25 Read more


Here we are in Round 4 and we once again get to showcase two outstanding duelists in Corey Roca and Joe Bogli!  Corey is piloting Shaddolls with a splash of the White and Black dragons while Joe is hoping Satellarknights will guide him to victory.  Can Joe keep the win streak alive for Satellarknights or will Corey’s Shaddolls unseat the other format titan? Game 1   Corey Normal Summons Mathematician to send Shaddoll Falco which summons itself facedown.  He then uses Upstart Goblin, sets two and passes. 8000 – 9000 Joe starts with an Upstart Goblin followed by one more. Read more


Place Name Points 1 Cirillo, Logan 9 2 Tangsuwan, Kritsalak 9 3 Paller, Andrew 9 4 Furman, Aaron 9 5 Russell, Justin 9 6 Lee, James 9 7 Hines, James 9 8 Lisgathe, Alexander 9 9 Heng, Yueming 9 10 Cunningham, Daniel 9 11 Giorlando, Joseph 9 12 Hoban, Patrick 9 13 Trivedi, Tej 9 14 Aguero, Jonathan 9 15 Tahan, Calvin 9 16 Brache, Eric 9 17 Paipay, Giovanni A. 9 18 Leverett, Ben 9 19 Levine, Ryan 9 20 Vandawalker, Dakota 9 21 Guerrero, James 9 22 Phinney, Chase 9 23 Silverman, Vinnie 9 24 Vargas, Manny 9 Read more


Here we are in Round 3 and we finally get to bring you all a Shaddoll mirror match!  James Lee is running Shaddolls splashing Artifacts while Jeffon is using the White and Black dragons.  Shaddolls are highlighted by their ability to grind out a long game, so we’ll get to see which variant can come out on top! Game 1   Jeffon wins the die roll and elects to go first.  He sets one monster, two backrow and passes. James draws for turn.  He sets three cards to his backrow along then passes back. Main Phase 1 Jeffon flips up Read more