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Duelist Profile: Jörg Müller

29.08.2015 | 19:38 |

We took the chance between Rounds to ask Jörg Müller for a Duelist Profile. Jörg placed second in this year’s European Championship in Dublin and earned himself an invitation to the World Championship in Kyoto, Japan. He’s seemed very excited about the experience, but read for yourself.
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[b] Hi Jörg, what made you come to YCS Rimini?[/b]
[quote] I came here because I want to get the Ordeal of a Travaller Game mat! It such a great reward for visiting all the events throughout the year. Rimini is also a great place to spend time on the beach. I already caught myself a sunburn *laughs*.
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[b] What Deck are you playing today?[/b]
[quote] I running Nekroz again. I think it’s still the best deck. Losing [nz shurit] is not a big deal. [/quote]
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[b] What were your expectations for this event?[/b]
[quote] I want to make Day 2 and from there on everything is possible. Unfortunately I’m x:1:2 and on the bubble right now. If I lose one more game I’m out the tournament. The tension is high.[/quote]
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[b] Tell us something about your experiences at the World Championship in Japan?[/b]
[quote] I finished second in Dublin an qualified for Worlds. I spent half a week in Kyoto, Japan at the [ygo] World Championship and had such a great time there. The best thing about the whole trip was meeting different people from all over the world sharing a common interest. I’ve never been to Japan before and was glad to get the chance to see the country. We visited a mall and a Japanese card shop. Everything is so very different than in Germany. We also had time to go out and eat in the evening. [/quote]
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[b] Which deck were you running at Worlds?[/b]
[quote] I chose to run Harpie at Worlds. I thought it was a good metacall, but unfortunately I didn’t play any backrow heavy decks in the early rounds. I faced Nekroz in the first two Rounds which was rather unfortunate. I started 0:2 and didn’t have a chance to top anymore. Still I’m not disappointed because I had such a great time.
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[b] Any final words? [/b]
[quote] Never give up and believe in yourself. Last but not least I want to say “Hi” to Julius Schürhoff!
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