At 1:00 PM on Sunday, August 28th, 2016, Shuffle and Cut will be running a FREE tournament for our Yu-Gi-Oh! players! Prizes will go out to the top 4 finishers, each receiving a brand new Ultra Pro dice product:
There's a bunch of sweet Yu-Gi-Oh! releases coming up, so make sure you're prepared! Here are our pre-order prices.
As of December 4th, 2015, the Master of Pendulum Structure deck is available for sale and legal for tournament play. Pick your copy up for $9.99 or get three for $20.
We're holding single elimination, winner-take-all tournaments on Tuesdays for our local Yu-Gi-Oh! players. It's only $1.oo to enter and the last person standing receives 100% of the payout in store credit! It's a great way to satisfy that competitive itch. The tournaments will begin at 5:30 pm, with another two available at 6:30 and 7:30.
The next exciting Yu-Gi-Oh! expansion is upon us! Pre-order yours today! You can pre-order your boxes up until November 1st, 2015, and the set is officially released on November 6th. Come by anytime after then and pick up your order.
The field at last weeks Yugi-Oh! Locals at Shuffle & Cut in Orange County was even more diverse than usual. Twelve different duelists piloted twelve different deck archetypes. Sylvans, piloted by Timothy Flores snagged the top spot and Erik Sanchez also went undefeated playing Archfiends. Geargia, which took the top spot in the previous weeks tournament, fell to 4th place this week. Will people stick with these same decks, or switch it up for our next tournament. Check back next week to find out!
On Thursday 6/19/2014, twelve players showed up to battle it out at Shuffle & Cut's weekly Yugi-oh locals. The metagame was quite diverse this time around with three different archetypes taking first, second, and third places.
1st) Evan Melendez - Geargia
3rd) Josh Smith - Infernitys
Complete Deck Breakdown (12 Players):
We all know local metagames can differ quite drastically from the metagame of a larger tournaments like a YCS. We asked three of our duelists what the most important card to bring to locals was, specifically here in Orange County. Here's what they came up with, are you sensing a trend?