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National Champion Profiles – Final Part

25.06.2017 | 10:30 |

Last but not least we are presenting you the final part of our National Champion Profile series. Here are the National Champions of Italy, Greece and Bulgaria.

[abstand]Daniele Stella[abstand]
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[b]Name: [/b] Daniele Stella
[b]Age: [/b] 20
[b]Country: [/b] Italy
[b]What Deck did win your Nationals with and what Deck are you playing today? [/b] Pure Zoo, it is the most consistent. I’m playing a similar deck for this event. I just added some traps to improve my backrow.
[b]Who was your toughest opponent at your National Championship? [/b] In Top 16 against Pure True Draco : my maindeck was pretty much prepared for the mirror match so I had a big disadvantage in Game 1. In the end I won due to [twisters].
[b] Have you gained any more recognition because of your National Championship win? [/b] Nothing really has changed. I won YCS Milan in 2014 and I was already a respected player.
[b]How did you prepare for this event? [/b] I had very little time to playtest because I studied a lot.
[b]Finally, have you had a chance to explore Utrecht yet? [/b] I already saw something and I enjoyed it very much. I arrived at Wednesday,
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Christos Sellis[abstand]
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[b]Name: [/b] Christos Sellis
[b]Age: [/b] 23
[b]Country: [/b] Greece
[b]What Deck did win your Nationals with and what Deck are you playing today? [/b] Pure Zoo, I play a similar build for this event. I still feel like it is the best deck at the moment.
[b]Who was your toughest opponent at your National Championship? [/b] I only had one loss during Swiss Rounds. I lost to pure Dinosaurs. I opened pretty bad and he had the nuts.
[b] Have you gained any more recognition because of your National Championship win? [/b] I also won the LLDS last year. I’m a more respected player in my community now.
[b]How did you prepare for this event? [/b] I playtested with my friends in order to find the best build.
[b]Finally, have you had a chance to explore Utrecht yet? [/b] I took my chances on Friday and had a nice time even though Amsterdam is my preferred city.
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Anastasios Xanidis[abstand]
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[b]Name: [/b] Anastasios Xanidis
[b]Age: [/b] 22
[b]Country: [/b] Greece, National Champion of Bulgaria
[b]What Deck did win your Nationals with and what Deck are you playing today? [/b] Pure Zoo, I run a similar build for today. I had to make a few changes due to the new Forbidden & Limited List, like taking out the Lunalight combo and [sr terror] and added traps.
[b]Who was your toughest opponent at your National Championship? [/b] The toughest match was a Greek friend of mine whom I went there with. We played a mirror match and we both had outs to other guy’s plays. The whole game went back and forth and ended up in a draw.
[b] Have you gained any more recognition because of your National Championship win? [/b] I always try to help and give advice. In my community, I feel like I got more recognition than before.
[b]How did you prepare for this event? [/b] I playtested mostly with friends. We often hook up on skype and talk to each other on strategy, card choices and possible plays.
[b]Finally, have you had a chance to explore Utrecht yet? [/b] Maybe later in the day. Until now I didn’t find the time.
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