Hello SixPrizes readers! It’s Jimmy back with another article, and man do I have a lot to talk about. It has been a Poké-packed couple of months for me, so I am definitely glad to have a short break from traveling! That being said, today I am going to review my experience in San Jose, talk about London a bit, and share my thoughts on the standard format heading into Memphis. In the expanded format, I will be taking a look at two of my most played decks in recent years: Sableye/Garbodor and Night March! On the other side of things, I will review the Stage 2 powerhouses of standard: Gardevoir-GX and Decidueye-GX.
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