Deck Profile: Sebastian Moser’s Yosenju
Sebastian Moser is still in competition at Day 2. He finished Day 1 with a very impressive 6:2 record and on top of that: he’s running Yosenjus! It’s the deck he won his Nationals with and his still putting his faith in it. Read on to find out on his take on the archetype.
3 [kama 1]
3 [kama 2]
3 [kama 3]
1 [rai oh]
3 [mind crush]
1 [sc diamond]
1 [con ple]
1 [pet ph dragon]
1 [tel ptol]
1 [dr xyz]
1 [ff tigerking]
[b] Hi Sebastian, why did you choose to play Yosenju today? [/b]
[quote] At first it was the only deck I had at my disposal. Now, after winning Nationals I felt very confident with the deck and decided to run it for European Championship as well. I know my combos, I know the strong plays and all the Match-Ups. Therefore it seemed only right to play the deck here in Dublin.
[b] What are your Tech Picks going into the Event? [/b]
[quote] I maindeck [ysm] which is a very strong control card. I search with [kama 3] and stops nearly anything my opponent my throw at me. Actually it’s especially strong against backrow heavy decks, because I negate all their answers to my plays. [necrovalley] is another tech pick I maindeck although I need to draw into it.
[b] Please explain the best opening hand? [/b]
[quote] I always want to open with [ccd] and a few traps no matter if I go first or second. If I can choose I always want to go second. Only when I’m playing Burning Abyss I want to start. [sim] is in the side deck.
[b] Can you tell us about your Match-Ups? [/b]
[quote] Qliphort is my worst Match-Up due to their own trap line up and the Deck overpowers my monsters. Nekroz is my favourable Match-Up, I won all my 3 matches. I can force my plays through with [ysm].
[b]What were your expectations for this event? [/b]
[quote] I wanted to make it Day 2 which I did. I would like to top but it is going to be difficult.
[b]Any final words? [/b]
[quote] Greetings to the Carinthian community!