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Seattle Shonen Jump TCG Championship Series Tournament
Metagame Staff

It’s all over, folks. After two days and eleven intense rounds of competition, one duelist has risen above the rest. That duelist is Osman Ortiz, who claimed the final Cyber-Stein for Team Comic Odyssey. After defeating Luke Chen in the quarterfinals, he went up against teammate Michael Fukuyama. Finally, he clashed with Robert Lim, winning by an overwhelming margin in two games to become the Shonen Jump Seattle Champion.


It’s been an exciting weekend here in Seattle, and though Cyber-Stein may be retiring, an all-new card will soon be taking its place. It will be revealed at Gen Con Indy, so make sure you don’t miss it. If you can’t make it, you can still check out all the coverage from the event right here on Metagame.com. It’s been a tough weekend, but we salute all the players for their efforts in this tournament. Congratulations to Osman Ortiz, Shonen Jump Seattle Champion!

Theeresak Poonsombat
 Robert Lim
Robert Lim
 Robert Lim
Jae Kim
 Jae Kim
Augusto Mota
 Osman Ortiz
Osman Ortiz
 Osman Ortiz
Luke Chen
 Osman Ortiz
Michael Fukuyama
 Michael Fukuyama
Christian Martinez
Day 2
This is it. It all comes down to this final match. Osman Ortiz is taking on Robert Lim for the final Cyber-Stein to be given away in a Shonen Jump Championship.
As the players prepared for their match, they congratulated each other for their victories in the previous rounds. After a quick clarification of the prize structure, the match began with both players verifying each other’s decks.
Both players were given an opportunity to check through each other’s decks before the match began, and after doing so, they shuffled up in silence. At the word from the head judge, they rolled the dice and began the game.
Day 1
Check out the Top 8 decklists here!
It’s been a long day, and it’s the final round. Both of these players are currently 6-1. The winner will make the Top 8, and the loser will need ungodly tiebreakers to have a shot at the Cyber-Stein.
This round saw Comic Odyssey powerhouse Wilson Luc facing off against the loveable Jae Kim.
“It’s a good old rivalry,” explained Kevin. “We’re never on the same team at the same time.”
Both players were extremely laid back as they shuffled up for the match. They exchanged a few pleasantries, and then presented their decks for the cut. Robert won the die roll and opted to begin the match.
We’ve only had a week to digest the Top 8 decklists from U.S. Nationals, but after observing some of the matches here, it’s clear that they’ve already made a huge impact on the game.
Luke Chen is currently playing in the first Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament in which he didn’t go 0-2 drop. Cas is here representing the Netherlands. Both players were extremely friendly as they shuffled up, and they shook hands before starting.
Since the start of the Shonen Jump Championship series, teams have rapidly become an important part of the competitive scene. Then, there are people like Rick and Ricky Farasy, who join together just for the love of the game.
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