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Yu-Gi-Oh! World Champion Info and Ancient Sanctuary Review!

On Sunday, July 25 2004 the world's greatest Yu-Gi-Oh! duelists shuffled their cards in front of a crowd of thousands of fans and dueled for the title of Yu-Gi-Oh! King of Games at the 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game World Championships. The royal rumble happened at the Anaheim Convention Center in LA but we have the scoop on the winner and how the championship went down.

The 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championships Tournament brought the best players from all over the world!
Yu-Gi-Oh! fans cheering on the players!

2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Winner!

25 countries competed at the event and hundreds of duelists battled for the championship. When the dust settled, Masatoshi Togawa of Japan was left standing as the Yu-Gi-Oh! King of Games. He played a Chaos/Control deck with the Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End card to win. Here's a list of the cards in his winning deck:

2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Winning Deck
  • Black Luster Solider - Envoy of the Beginning
  • Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End
  • Kycoo the Ghost Destroyer x2
  • Breaker the Magical Warrior
  • Shining Angel
  • D.D. Warrior Lady x3
  • Jinzo
  • Magician of Faith x2
  • Tribe Infecting Virus
  • Magical Scientist
  • Witch of the Black Forest
  • Sangan
  • Sinister Serpent
  • Nobleman of Crossout
  • Creature Swap
  • Pot of Greed
  • Graceful Charity
  • Mirage of Nightmare
  • Monster Reborn
  • Premature Burial
  • Snatch Steal
  • Dark Hole
  • Heavy Storm
  • Scapegoat x2
  • Confinscation
  • The Forceful Sentry
  • Mystical Space Typhoon x3
  • Smashing Ground
  • Ring of Destruction
  • Torrential Tribute x2
  • Call of the Haunted
  • Mirror Force
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    2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Winning Deck - Side Deck
  • Spirit Reaper
  • Don Zaloog
  • Airknight Parshath
  • Mystic Tomato
  • Berserk Gorilla
  • Creature Swap
  • Book of Moon x3
  • Nobleman of Crossout
  • Waboku
  • Royal Decree x2
  • Magic Cylinder
  • Time Seal
  • 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championship Winning Deck - Fusion Deck
  • Dark Balter the Terrible x3
  • Ryu Senshi x3
  • Thousand-Eyes Restrict x3
  • Fiend Skull Dragon
  • Roaring Ocean Snake x3
  • Punished Eagle x3
  • Giltia the D. Knight
  • Musician King x2
  • Flame Ghost
  • Reaper on the Nightmare x2
  • B. Skull Dragon
  • Darkfire Dragon
  • Click Here for the 411 on the cool prize cards the King of Games won and for the thumbs up and thumbs down about the tournament!

    The 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG World Championships Tournament brought the best players from all over the world!
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