I'll start things off with my Gyarados list from Nationals 2010 which I felt was very solid. Pokemon – 21 4 Sableye SF 4 Magikarp SF 4 Gyarados SF 3 Crobat G PL 1 Combee SF 1 Lunatone GE 1 Solrock SV 1 Azelf LA 1 Unown Q MD 1 Regice LA Trainers – 33 4 Felicity’s Drawing 4 Pokemon Collector 2 Bebe’s Search 1 Luxury Ball 1 Pokemon Communication 1 Cynthia’s Feelings 1 VS Seeker 4 Broken Time-Space 4 Pokemon Rescue 4 Super Scoop Up 4 TGI Poke Turn 3 Expert Belt Energy – 6 4 Cyclone 2 Warp (Source) Regice could be removed for either Roseanne’s Research, PlusPower, or maybe Crobat G. The strategy of the deck was to discard 3 Magikarps, predominantly with the help of Felicity's Drawing, and then attack with Gyarados for 90 damage with 0 Energy. Sableye was your ideal starter to Impersonate a Felicity's. The deck tried to hit hard and score OHKOs, hence the abundance of Crobat G, Poke Turn, and Expert Belt to augment damage output. Cyclone Energy was important for scoring easy KOs. Lunatone/Solrock helped with consistency. The rest should be self-explanatory. I felt the deck had good matchups across the board, though LuxChomp was most difficult (especially if they played Department Store Girl, Expert Belt, and Lucario GL). Any deck focused on Mr. Mime MT was a loss.