Round 3: Sean Jones (Agents) vs. Cano Polatius (Flip Flop)

[p]We’re picking up speed and we only had little time to look for our Round 3 Feature Match. That’s when I remembered Cano Polatius, who came up to me earlier, showing me his “flip flop” deck. Let’s see if he can stand his ground against the UK’s Sean Jones, who’s piloting Agents this weekend.
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Jones rolled a 5, which was enough to beat Polatius’ 3. He [ns]ed [rai oh] and passed the turn.
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Cano Polatius revisted an old archetype!
Cano Polatius revisted an old archetype!

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Polatius set a monster and 3 Spells or Traps.
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[rai oh]'[s] attack ended in [reaper]. Now Jones felt confident adding 2 Spells or Traps to his back row.
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Polatius activated [sorl] and added another set monster.
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[mst] destroyed the [sorl] and when [rai oh] declared an attack on the face-down monster, Polatius activated [waboku] to make sure [sol] would stay on the field! Jones now knew what he was up again! He set a monster and wanted to end, but Polatius flipped [macro] during the End Phase.
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Something you don't see everyday!
Something you don't see everyday!

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He then turned his [sol] face-down the following turn and [fs]ed it again, trying to destroy the set [lance], however, Jones chained it to get rid of [reaper]. Polatius then went on the offensive with another [sol], Xyz Summoning [17] – that’s the one thing the deck couldn’t do in the past! He attacked over [rai oh] with his Xyz Monster.
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Now Jones was forced to play it a little more conservatively and he only added a second face-down monster.
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[17] attacked into one of the set monsters, revealing it to be a [reaper]. Polatius set a monster and a [mop] during the End Phase concluded the turn.
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Jones drew [mind] and used it to claim control over Polatius’ face-down [lacooda]. He drew a card after [fs]ing it, [ss]ing [leviair] with the help of [reaper]. He activated its effect to bring back [rai oh]. He wasn’t done yet, though![br]
He used [mst] to get rid of [mop], then Tributed his set [msb] for [econ] to claim control over [17] and he attacked into a widely open field![br]
During Main Phase 2, Jones Tributed both [17] and [rai oh] to summon [kristya] to the field. Polatius drew for his turn, but didn’t see a way out of this rather sticky situation.
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Sean Jones takes the lead!

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Thanks to the help of [mind] and [econ], Jones found a lock to pick Polatius’s defenses, giving him a beating with his own monsters!
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Sean Jones only needed 4 turns during the first game!
Sean Jones only needed 4 turns during the first game!

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Polatius kicked things off with a set monster, 2 back row cards and [mop].
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[tour guide] got [ns]ed to the field. Jones then used [noc] to banish [lacooda] and attacks with both monsters followed. Jones set 2 Spells or Traps, Xyz Summoned [leviair] and [ss]ed [lacooda] to his side of the field.
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Surprisingly, Polatius didn't pay for his Messenger of Peace!
Surprisingly, Polatius didn't pay for his Messenger of Peace!

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Polatius didn’t pay for [mop]. He [ns]ed [banisher] and when he declared an attack into [lacooda], Jones activated [econ]. Polatius used [bribe] to make sure the attack would go through. However, an [mst] during the End Phase destroyed his set [waboku], his one defense.
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Jones went for it once again! He [ns]ed [venus] and followed it up with 2 [msb]'[s] from his deck. Both overlaid for [dnix]. [mind] helped him gain control of [banisher], he then Xyz Summoned [30] and that left him with the following field:
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Sean Jones unleashed a flurry of Special Summons to claim the win!
Sean Jones unleashed a flurry of Special Summons to claim the win!

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All Polatius could do was extend his hand…
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Sean Jones wins 2 – 0!

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Sean Jones stepped on the gas big time, defeating Cano Polatius who brought something unique to the table today. Let’s see if this is the beginning of a winning streak for Sean Jones and if we’ll see him again tomorrow!
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