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YGO Power of the Duelist Sneak Preview - in San Jose


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YGO Power of the Duelist Sneak Preview - in San Jose

August 5th, 2006
Format: Open dueling and Constructed
Location: San Jose Civic Auditorium
135 W San Carlos St., San Jose
Registration: 9:00AM
Entry Fee: $20.00

Game: Yu-Gi-Oh!

Format: Casual / Constructed - Advanced

Description: Sneak Peak Tournaments are a great place to see the new cards and make new friends! These events are open to all players and are run using the Swiss pairing format and the Open play format.

Eligibility: These events are open to all players.

Challenge Value: 10

Product Prizes:
The top finishers in the constructed events will be awarded booster packs of the new Yu-Gi-Oh! set.
Every player in the casual format will receive 5 packs of the new Yu-Gi-Oh! set to build a deck with. After you play 5 duels you get a bonus pack!

Trading: Trading is allowed at all Cascade Games events. Buying and selling cards to anyone other than the dealer is not.

Parents & Spectators: Parents and spectators are welcome at all Cascade Games events. We encourage parents and spectators to support their players by promoting good sportsmanship.

Number of Rounds: 4 or 5 for the constructed event

Tournament Length:

Casual - 2 to 3 hours
Constructed - 4 to 5 hours
Casual, Competitive, or Professional:
At Yu-Gi-Oh! Sneak Peak tournaments the emphasis is on having fun and sportsmanship. You need to be polite and respectful to your opponents. If there is a disagreement, or a question about a ruling, call a judge.

Preparing for the event:

If you are using sleeves be sure they are all the same color and size.
Be careful to never accept, or offer anything in exchange for a concession. Bribery is something that UDE and Cascade Games takes very seriously.
It could be a long day, we suggest bringing a bottle of water.

Is anyone going?