QQ: What were your personal Highlights in 2012?

[p]With less than a month remaining in 2012, we wanted to know about the personal highlights of some of the Duelists that are in competition this weekend…
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Marcel Popp and Manuel Körber came all the way from Germany!
Marcel Popp and Manuel Körber came all the way from Germany!

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[b]What’s been your personal Yu-Gi-Oh! highlight in 2012?[/b]
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[b]Manuel:[/b] I really liked the new list of forbidden and limited cards! The current format is a lot of fun to play!
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[b]Marcel:[/b] I appreciate the fact that we had more European YCS than ever before!
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[b]What are you most looking forward to in 2013?[/b]
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[b]Marcel:[/b] The German National Championship is always a great event that you need to attend! I also look forward to YCS Bochum in February!
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[b]Manuel:[/b] Same here!
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The "God of Yu-Gi-Oh! News", Markus Kölsch!
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[b]What is your personal Yu-Gi-Oh! highlight in 2012?[/b]
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[b]Markus:[/b] The Legendary Collection 3! It’s been the coolest product all year and it finally introduced the [b]Seal of Orichalcos[/b] to the actual card game!
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Team Austria: Michael Ciplak, Ruffy Sarmiento, Tolga Erkoc and Peter Groß!
Team Austria: Michael Ciplak, Ruffy Sarmiento, Tolga Erkoc and Peter Groß!

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[b]What is your personal Yu-Gi-Oh! highlight in 2012?[/b]
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[b]Ruffy:[/b] I couldn’t wait for September the 1st to play in the new format!
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[b]Tolga:[/b] YCS Leipzig! I made it all the way to knock out portion and came really close!
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[b]Peter:[/b] I agree with Tolga, Leipzig was quite a cool event. I also quite liked the other events this year…
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[b]Michael:[/b] I attended the German Nationals together with my friend Long. It was a really cool event and we quite enjoyed the weekend in the neighbor country!
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[b]What are you most looking forward to in 2013?[/b]
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[b]Peter:[/b] The European Championship! Winning that event would be one of the few ways to beat this year’s performance.
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[b]Michael:[/b] I think the European Championship is the most challenging events and I always look forward to playing in it!
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[b]Tolga:[/b] I look forward to the World Championship. I just need to earn a ticket for it first…
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[b]Ruffy:[/b] I haven’t been able to attend that many events the past year and I look forward to being able to see a few places in the upcoming year!
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Floris and Wytze from the Netherlands!
Floris and Wytze from the Netherlands!

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[b]Last, but certainly not least, we found Wytze Kluitenberg and Floris van Asch. I asked them the same questions![/b]
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[b]Wytze:[/b] YCS Long Beach! It’s been my first time in the US and I had a blast! The event was extremely huge, all the players were very nice and it couldn’t have been much better!
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[b]Floris:[/b] The Dutch National Championship. I won the whole thing and gained a lot of momentum for the European Championship!
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[b]And what are you most looking forward to in 2013?[/b]
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[b]Floris:[/b] Oh, that’s quite a tough question. I think YCS Bochum will be a blast again! And then I’ll just take it from there…
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[b]Wytze:[/b] The European Championship! I came close to qualifying for Worlds this year and I want to win a ticket to Worlds in the new year!
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2012 has been one of the most exciting years in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG’s history that’s spanning more than 10 years already. Help us make 2013 to the most successful year to date. You’ve heard plenty of times how much fun it is to enroll in the larger events, so we hope to see you all in Bochum!
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