Quick Question: Which Deck will win this year’s European Championship?

One question I’m sure everybody has thought about going into this event is: Which Deck will win the 2015 WCQ: European Championship? We were also very curious and asked players here in Dublin what they thought.

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M & P

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[b] Which Deck will win the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Michael & Philipp: [/b] We both agree on Nekroz, because it is Europe and more players are relying on the Nekroz deck. Burning Abyss will be a strong contender, but in the end it is Nekroz will be triumphant.
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Felipe

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[b] Which Deck will win the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Felipe: [/b] I think it’s Burning Abyss. In my opinion it’s the best pick to beat the best deck. I can maindeck [mistake], [canceller] and [gcycle]. On the other hand the trap line-up allows me to interrupt my opponent’s plays.

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Patrick

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[b] Which Deck will win the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Patrick: [/b] I would say it’s Satellarknight. They are playing a heavy trap line-up to interrupt the opponent’s plays. Furthermore the deck plays a low monster count and [pod] to solve consistency issues.
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Joe

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[b] Which Deck will win the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Joe: [/b] Nekroz is a strong guess and Burning Abyss has a good chance. Burning Abyss did well at Regionals and took the NAWCQ due to lots of destruction cards. Nekroz will be the most represented deck and is very consistent.

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Jason

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[b] Which Deck will win the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Jason: [/b] Ohhh, I’m going to say its Nekroz, because there a lot of good European Nekroz players. The deck has a lot of utility plays.

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