YCS Ghent 2019: Giant Card Winners

We are almost done with our coverage of YCS Ghent 2019, but we won’t leave without presenting you the Giant Card Winners! Congratulations to all the winners, have fun with your cards and we hope to see you again in London!
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YCS Ghent 2019: Award Ceremony

Wow, what an event! For the first time Ghent hosted a YCS and we almost had another attendance record. That’s huge and we are eternal thankful for that. Almost 1.800 Duelists entered the Main Event on Saturday to start off the new season. The format was wide open and Duelists came up with various strategies to make it into the top cut!
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YCS Ghent 2019: Public Events Playoff Winner

In case you entered a Public Event during the course of this event you have the chance to get randomly picked for the Public Events Playoff. This time the winner of the all-new Prize Card Duel Link Dragon, the Duel Dragon comes from Italy!
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YCS Ghent 2019: Top 8 Player Profiles

After 11 Rounds of Swiss and 2 more Knock-Out Rounds, the field was trimmed down to the 8 most successful players of YCS Ghent. All of them put in a lot of work to get where they are now. This Top 8 is full of surprises. Please read on and take a look at their profiles!
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YCS Ghent 2019: Dragon Duel Award Ceremony

Ladies and Gentlemen, parents and all the people following our coverage at home: we would like to present you the Top 4 Dragon Duelists of YCS Ghent 2019!
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YCS Ghent 2019: Top 32 Deck & Country Breakdown

After 11 Rounds of Swiss only the best 32 Duelists are remaining who will continue with the knock-out Rounds of this event. In this article we are going to take a look at the Top 32 Deck and country breakdown. Is Orcust still on top? Were the other Decks able to keep up? Read on to find out!
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Speel Duel Winner: Johannes Rogiers from Belgium

We have our first Giant Card Winner of this event! It is Johannes Rogier from Belgium. He’s a big fan of Speed Duel and decided to take his chance to enter the Speed Duel Public Event. He was rewarded by winning a gorgeous giant skill card.
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Final Standings after Swiss Rounds

Here are the Final Standings after Round 11.
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Parents & Opinions: Frank Ackermann from Germany

At the parental area we spotted Frank Ackermann and his son Yannik. Both are from Langen, Germany and came here to compete at the Dragon Duel in Ghent. Yannik has already been to Urtecht to compete in the Dragon Duel there. It was his fist big event and he wanted more!
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Standings after Round 10

Here are the Standings after Round 10.
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