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QQ: How did you get to Birmingham?

17.07.2010 | 11:59 |

“QQ” stands for “Quick Questions”! For most duelists, a tournament doesn’t quite start with the kick-off on Saturday morning, but rather on the day before when it comes to finding your way to the venue. With the WCQ: European Championship 2010 attracting players from all over Europe, we were curious to hear how they got to Birmingham in the first place.

[b]Who are you:[/b] Pierre Breuil, Julien Breuil, Romain Vaudé

[b]Where are you from:[/b] France

[b]How did you get here:[/b] By plane

[b]What do you think of Birmingham as a location:[/b] Good to reach!

 

[b]Who are you:[/b] Manuel Dainius, Carmelo Buttiglierin, Mahedi Shareef, Miro Timm, Tommy Kästner, Matthias Korde and Jan Hendricks

[b]How did you get here:[/b] By plane – Manuel is afraid of flying and it was the first time he flew. We had to do a lot of convincing to get him on the plane!

[b]What do you think of Birmingham as a location:[/b] We like the event venue!

 

[b]Who are you:[/b] Ruben Lima, Federico Blengio, Rodrigo Togores, Carlos Julia, Laura Roldán and Javier Lopez

[b]Where are you from:[/b] Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona, Spain

[b]How did you get here:[/b] By plane

[b]What do you think of Birmingham as a location:[/b] It’s not too big, so it’s quite easy to reach the event venue. We came to play Yu-Gi-Oh!, so it’s exactly what we were hoping for!

 

[b]Who are you:[/b] Simone Webber, Daniel Linton, Andrew Meehan, James Molyneux (Yu-Gi-Oh! National DS Champion) and Debido Sumifu

[b]Where are you from:[/b] Mostly Birmingham

[b]How did you get here:[/b] By bus!

[b]What do you think of Birmingham as a location:[/b] Convenient! It couldn’t be much closer for us!

Flying over to England was by far the most obvious and comfortable choice for many duelists. Luckily, flights are rather affordable just now, with the holiday season still some weeks away. This should allow for a large turnout at both the main and side events. Also for a lot of players it is fun travelling to events like the WCQ: European Championship together with a group of friends.