Hey everyone, I’m glad to be writing for SixPrizes as this will be my first article on here. First, I’d like to thank Adam for giving me the opportunity to write for this wonderful site. For those that don’t know me, I play out of the Orlando, Florida area. I have been playing competitively since 2010 and have racked up a number of accomplishments over the years. Most notably, I won Hartford Regionals with Rayquaza-GX and placed Top 4 at Oceania Internationals with PikaRom this past season. I finished the 2018–2019 season ranked 3rd in the US/Canada leaderboards which netted me a Day 2 Worlds invite with a staggering 1,917 Championship Points. I am very proud of this accomplishment as I was 17th last season, so I have come a long way to try and stay at the top of my game and be the best player I can strive to be.
I’m known for playing Rayquaza, so maybe you have heard of me because of that. I am also Team Captain of the professional team Team ARG (Alter Reality Games). Anyway, that’s enough about me. Worlds is coming up fast and players have to test more than ever to get ready for this prestigious event. The fact that Worlds this year is in a completely new format will have everyone competing on a level playing field. This is great because it’ll reward those who prepare and test the most with better results.
For my first article here at SixPrizes, I will discuss a couple of decks for the Worlds format that have seen plenty of success in the past, updated with Unified Minds. Those two decks are PikaRom and ReshiZard. Both decks have gained a number of cards in Unified Minds to make them stronger for Worlds, so today I will showcase those. Jon Eng also discussed these two decks in his latest article, so feel free to check out our differences as we have unique ideas in our lists compared to one another.
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