First off decklist! Pokemon: 3x Darkrai EX 2x Sableye 2x Terrakion 1x Mewtwo EX T/S/S: 4x Juniper 4x N 3x Bianca 2x Random Receiver 3x Crushing Hammer 2x Switch 4x Pokemon Catcher 3x Eviolite 3x Energy Switch 1x Enhanced Hammer 4x Ultra Ball 4x Dark Patch 2x Tool Scrapper Energy: 9x Darkness Energy 4x Fighting Energy Reasons for the cards: 2 Sableye - WHY 2??? My reason is that most of the time I can't start with Sableye which gives me problems. I found myself retreating to it and Energy Switching instead. So I cut it to 2 and the one spot for more consistency cards. 2 Tool Scrapper - pesky Eviolites will die by my hand! 2 Switch - ACCELGOR. This one mathcup wrecks the deck so much that this card had to be included. To the tournament! So I fill up my decklist and give it to the person in charge of the registrants. I wait for my friends because I arrived 3 hours early. Fast Forward to the tournament scene. I thought I would be fighting with the Masters because of the small population of Seniors. Surprisingly, we reached 6 players so we had to play 3 round of Swiss in the Seniors division. Round 1: L. Ruiz with Garchomp Altaria This round I was facing my cousin who was borrowing my deck so I knew what he ran plus he was still a beginner. This match was very lopsided and ended up in my victory. He did not get going, and he only managed to pull off 1-2 attacks. Round 2: R. Villangca (3rd Place) with Rayquaza Eelektrik Going to this matchup I was intimitaded by Rayquaza, the monstrous 170-HP beast. But since I was faster than him I managed to rack up damage and take the game by killing off his Tynamo and Rayquaza at the same time. I always targeted Eels to cut off his energy accel. Round 3: E. Lim with Empoleon Accelgor The whole tournament I was in the top table. Now facing my final challenge, I say to myself, even if I lose, I still get the same promo as first place does except for it being cheaper. I had no intent of winning since this was good enough. We played as well as we could, TIME WAS CALLED, it became a first to kill battle eventually he used his Mew to lock my Sableye and unfortunately for me, I did not get the Switch and energy to kill him next turn. Well played Enrico, well played. So it was announced, 1st place was E. Lim, 2nd Me, 3rd R. Villangca. Unfortunately my brother took 4th place with his Darkrai Hydreigon deck. Well, I got double Garchomp in my prizes so that made my day. That ends my report!