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For our very first match of the day, we have Alex Yeo [Performapal Dracoslayer] going up against Peh Jun Yong [Chain Burn].

Duel 1

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Alex went first and opened with a rather conservative play.

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Jun Yong followed with One Day of Peace, giving him another turn to dig for more cards.

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Alex begun flooding his field, prompting Jun Yong to preemptively activate Ojama Trio.

Alex took advantage of the tokens by destroying them with Performapal Pendulum Sorcerer.

Lavalval Chain milled Glow-Up Bulb, opening up a Naturia Beast play.

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Jun Yong attempted to Cardcar D, but it was taken out by Treacherous Trap Hole. Without no outs to Naturia Beast, Jun Yong concedes.

Alex Yeo 1 – 0 Peh Jun Yong

 

Duel 2

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Jun Yong opted to let Alex go first, and Alex went all in with his combo, flooding the field in an instant.

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Jun Yong set 5 cards to his backrow and that was his turn.

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Alex had a Harpie’s Feather Duster, which promoted Jun Yong to begin chaining his cards in response.

However, the last Chain Strike was met with a Performapal Rain Goat!

That was all of that chain, and Alex took a total 3600 burn damage.

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Alex continued with pulling off his Performapal and Dracoslayer shenanigans, using 2 Ignister Prominence, the Blasting Dracoslayer to rid Jun Yong’s tokens.

With 2 remaining goat tokens to block the oncoming onslaught, Jun Yong managed to survive with just 700 LP.

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Jun Yong drew into One Day of Peace allowing him to live another turn!

Alex cheekily attacked and no damage was dealt.

Jun Yong set 3 cards to his backrow, but they was taken out by Alex’s 2 Twin Twister.

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With no cards left on his field or hand, Jun Yong extended his hand and congratulate Alex on winning the game and match.

Alex Yeo 2 – 0 Peh Jun Yong

Jun Yong tried an unorthodox strategy in the form of Chain Burn, but it wasn’t able to put up a fight.

Alex moved onto the Ro64 with his Performapal Dracoslayer.

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