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My Lapras VMAX for the Limitless Online Series, Updated from Q1 for Q2 and w/ Rebel Clash for Q3
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Hello to all SixPrizes readers! In my last article I was commenting on possibilities on how to improve your skills as a player during this hard time that we are going through. After a month, the whole world has better adapted to the situation and realized the need to stay at home, favoring social isolation. With that, new ideas burgeoned and competitive Pokémon TCG has started to be practiced more and more over the internet. Some small online tournaments have formed and I noticed that more players have started to livestream (including me) as a way to keep the game alive and interesting.

The biggest highlight of all this change is certainly the Limitless Online Series, where we had an online tournament with almost 1,000 players! It is without a doubt the biggest Pokémon TCG online tournament ever held. Being able to play in a world-class tournament with the best players in the world without having to leave home is really fascinating, no matter how much it is an online tournament. In my view, this tournament could be the beginning of a beautiful Pokémon TCG story with the virtual environment.

The Limitless Online Series aroused the interest of many competitive players to compete again, and I personally was very excited. With that in mind, in my article today will talk about my experience in this tournament with Lapras VMAX, a deck that is not Tier 1 but is fun and can do well in the right metagame.


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