YCS Leipzig Fundbüro / Lost-and-Found items

Wenn 1100 Spieler in einer Halle zusammenkommen, gibt es immer ein paar Gegenstände, die verloren gehen. Auch auf der Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series in Leipzig haben ehrliche Spieler mehrere herrenlose Deckboxen, Tauschordner, Jacken und Taschen abgegeben, die Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH gerne an die Besitzer zurückgeben möchte.

Wenn du in der Turnierhalle etwas verloren hast, solltest du dich bei yugioh@konami-europe.net melden. Bitte beschreibe so genau wie möglich, was du verloren hast (hast du zum Beispiel eine Deckbox verloren, beschreibe, welche Farbe die Deckbox und die Kartenhüllen hatten, Decktyp, besondere Karten etc.) und wann in etwa du es verloren hast und gib auch deine Postanschrift an. Falls etwas derartiges aufgetaucht ist, wird es dir zugeschickt.

Fundsachen, auf die nach 6 Monaten noch kein Anspruch erhoben wurde, werden nicht länger aufgehoben.


When 1100 Duelists converge in a venue, it is inevitable that some items get lost. At the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Leipzig, several abandoned deckboxes, trade binders and backpacks were turned in by honest finders. Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH would like to return these lost items to their owners.

If you have lost anything in the venue, please contact yugioh@konami-europe.net. Please describe your lost items as detailled as possible (for example, if you lost a deckbox, describe its color and the color of sleeves inside, decktype, special cards etc.) and when and where you lost it, and include your postal address. If your item is among the lost-and-found items, they will be returned to you via mail.

Any lost property still unclaimed after 6 months will no longer be kept.

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Stephan Sluis is your YCS Leipzig Winner!

[p]It has been yet another amazing weekend here in Leipzig, Germany. [b]1140 Duelists[/b] showed up, heeding our call and trying to become a Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Winner! After 11 rounds of Swiss and 4 more rounds in the knock out portion of the tournament, we were down to the final 2: [b]Fabian Renner[/b], a German player who had been quite successful on the national level, but never made it as far as he did today and the Dutch sensation [b]Stephan Sluis[/b].
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1140 showed up, but only 2 could make it to the finals!

1140 showed up, but only 2 could make it to the finals!

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Sluis had already made a name for himself when he reached the finals of 2010’s World Championship Qualifier: European Championship and many still remembered his triumph at YCS Paris 10 months ago. On top of that, he followed it up with another Top 8 appearance in Brighton 2 months ago, making him a 3 time back to back Top 8 participant on the very highest level of competition!
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Renner wasn’t dwarfed by Sluis’s obvious lead in experience and pulled out all the stops, coming back from a loss in the first game and equaling the score when he stood on the brink of defeat. Sluis had to dig deep, but found the perfect mix of play skill, concentration and a little bit of luck to take it home and become a [b]two time YCS Winner[/b]!
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Stephan Sluis is one happy Champion!
Stephan Sluis is one happy Champion!

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We don’t want to forget the many playes that showed up for our Public Events, though. They allowed us a weekend full of friendly competition and exciting Duels. [b]More than 100 Win-A-Mat events[/b] set a new record mark, but we also saw [b]6 Attack of the Giant Card[/b] winners as well as a [b]YCS Trial winner[/b] who now enjoys the advantages of a free flight and accomodation for the 100th edition of the YCS in Long Beach!
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We also held [b]5 Regionals[/b], saw [b]38 players signing up for the Dragon Duel Championship and 79 players enroll in the Duelist League[/b]. All in all, YCS Leipzig was an overwhelming success and it marks the first huge highlight of the year.
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Be sure to attend YCS Toulouse so you won’t miss out on all the fun and we hope we’ll also be able to welcome yu to the WCQ: World Championship Qualifier a little later this year!
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Once again, congratulations to Stephan Sluis, winner of YCS Leipzig!

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YCS Leipzig – Coverage overview day 2

Below you can find an overview with direct link to all articles published during day 2 of our live coverage from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series in Leipzig, Germany. (more…)

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The Dark Magician is flying to Milan

The last ATTACK OF THE GIANT CARD!! event of YCS Leipzig has just finished, and the Dark Magician will fly to Italy! (more…)

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Today’s 4th Giant Card – Pierre’s 3rd Giant Card

France’s Pierre Pradelles might be Europe’s most experienced player when it comes to Giant Cards: He just won his 3rd card in a total of four events! (more…)

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We have a YCS Trial Winner!

[p]The YCS Trial is one of the main Public Events to take place this weekend, and just like in Brighton the winner will be flying over to the United States for the 100th [ycs] event at Long Beach, California![/p]
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The Top 16 Decklists of YCS Leipzig.

[p]It’s Decklist time! Here’s the top 16 Decklists of YCS Leipzig![/p]
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Finals: Stephan Sluis (Dino Rabbit) vs. Fabian Renner (Inzektors)

[p]More than 1100 Duelists tried to accomplish what these 2 pulled off: Advancing to the very last and most important match of the day, the final of Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Leipzig! On the one side, we have Fabian Renner, who just overcame Ioannis Mourelatos in the semi finals. On the other side, we can see a very relaxed Stephan Sluis, a Duelist who’s well aware of playing at the highest level and who now made Top 8 at 3 YCS in a row!
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Amsterdam’s Dragon Duel winner again successful

12-year old Erik Schmidt already has some experience with Dragon Duels at YCSs and finally showed how skilled a Duelist he is when he won the Dragon Duel Public Event at the World Championship in Amsterdam last August. (more…)

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Giant card of legendary dragon will travel to France

And the next Giant Card has found a new home: (more…)

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