Saturday’s Giant Card Winner

After making a strong showing at his home YCS with Satellarknighs, YCS Milan didn’t go too well for Luke Quinsee. This changed with him entering the Public Events. After winning the Giant Card event Luke decided to take [virgil] home to England. That’s one more reason for the popularity of YCS events: even if the Main Event is not going too well for you, you get a second chance to redeem yourself with the Public Events![abstand]

Luke Quinsee[abstand]

[b] What Deck did you enter the Main Event with? [/b]
[quote] I decided to run Burning Abyss for Milan. [nech] made the deck a lot stronger and they have a better Match-Up against Qliphorts thanks to [fire lake]. Unfortunately the Main Event didn’t go all too well for me. After losing for the second time I realized that I wouldn’t be able to top anymore. So I tried my luck at a Giant Card Event instead.[/quote][abstand]

[b] How do you feel about Giant Card Events? [/b]
[quote] I feel like they are a great addition to any YCS event. It makes attending a YCS even more attractive, because even if you are not doing well at the Main Event you still have a chance of winning attractive prices. The tournament was running really long, but it went very well for me. I 2:0ed nearly everyone except a Shaddoll player. It was an extremely close game. We went into time and even down to the last turn. [/quote][abstand]

[b] What’s the MVP card of your Deck? [/b]
[quote] That’s definitely [tour guide]. It’s searchable through [ba scarm] and an instant Rank 3 XYZ. In Burning Abyss it’s usually a [dante] that I will Summon.[/quote][abstand]

[b] Any final words? [/b]
[quote] My brother Jake is still competing in the Main Event doing fine so far. He’s piloting a Qliphort Deck and is still undefeated in Round 7. I want to wish him best of luck![/quote][abstand]

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