2004 World Championships

Dates: August 20-22
Location: Wyndham Palace Resort & Spa, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida, USA
Attendance: 
Format: Modified EX-HL

This was the first-ever World Championships sanctioned by Pokémon Organized Play.

Decklists

Statistics

Top 32 final standings
  1. Tsuguyoshi Yamato, Team Magma
  2. Chris Fulop, Blaziken (notes)
  3. Go Miyamoto, Team Magma
  4. Yuki Fujimori, Team Magma
  5. Yuichi Murakami, Team Magma
  6. Drew Holton, Blaziken
  7. Kenneth Wong, Shiftry
  8. Colin Moll, Wailord ex/Bellossom/Fossils Stall
  9. J. R. Palumbo, Blaziken
  10. Evens Cheung, Gardevoir
  11. Koji Kanno, Team Magma
  12. Kyle Sucevich, Walrein/Milotic
  13. Kevin Jackson, Gardevoir
  14. Eric Craig, Shiftry
  15. Nick Caporelli, Crobat/Gorebyss
  16. Charles Collinsworth
  17. Levi Canfield, Blaziken
  18. Andrew Newman, Team Magma
  19. Jacob Burt, Team Aqua
  20. Alexis Diaz, Blaziken
  21. Chu Keen Yau, Team Magma
  22. Matt Gillespie, Jumpluff/Gorebyss
  23. Evan Bennett
  24. Koujiro Tsuruta, Blaziken
  25. Oliver Dürr, Sceptile ex/Muk ex
  26. Kevin DeMooy, Gorebyss/Crobat
  27. Adam Capriola, Medicham/Lanturn
  28. Eric Richard, Gorebyss/Banette/Medicham
  29. Sigeru Kanda
  30. Te Awhi Woon, Gardevoir
  31. Jimmy Ballard, Mewtwo ex/Gorebyss
  32. Tom Dolezal, Blaziken/Gorebyss

Notes
  • 15 of the Top 16 players were from the USA or Japan. The only exception was Evens Cheung of Norway.

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