Hey there SixPrizes readers! It’s Connor here and I am ecstatic to be bringing you guys another article. With the conclusion of the Madison Regional Championships this past weekend the 2019 season is entering its final chapter. There are no more Regional Championship titles left to be given out in North America. However, there is still the Origins Special Event, and the largest event of the year the North American International Championships. Both of these tournaments will be held in the SUM–UNB format, which is the same as the format used in Madison last weekend.
Looking at the results from Madison, all of the Top 8 decks were GX-focused decks, and four of those eight were Reshiram & Charizard-GX. With all of these hard-hitting, high-HP GX decks, is there any room left for the little guys left in the format? I personally believe there is, and that some of those non-GX decks may be incredible plays going into the last few weekends of the 2019 competitive season.
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