Yu-Gi-Oh :: How to Build a Killer Deck Part 5
In the second round of the finals match against Charles Easton's Synchro Cat deck, you can really see the consistency of this deck shine through as Easton was forced to pass several times in a row due to bad card draws while Matt Peddle could work with almost anything he got. In the third and deciding round of the finals, Peddle could have won when he had the chance to force Easton to randomly discard from his hand. Unfortunately, he randomly selected the only card that was not helpful and Easton won the game and the championship the next turn.
Good Cards For Any Deck
The following cards are excellent support and staple cards that should be considered if they fit your theme and strategy well.
Forbidden and Limited Cards
This is something that you must follow if you want to participate in tournaments. There is a list of cards that are forbidden. That is, you cannot have them in your deck. Also, there are cards on the list that are limited, which means you can only have one or two of them in your deck instead of the usual three. This list is constantly updated and changed, which means you will need to stay on top of things. Luckily, Kidzworld.com will keep you up to date with all the changes. Be sure to check out the current banlist that came out March 2009!
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