2018 Hong Kong Open

Dates: June 16-17
Location:
Attendance: 61 Masters
Format: Standard BRT-FLI

Top 8 final standings
  1. Ng Kwun Hung, Zygarde-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  2. Sun Tat Sun, Buzzwole/Lycanroc-GX
  3. Law Yuen To, Zoroark-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  4. Patrick Ebio, Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX
  5. Wong Wo Pan, Greninja BREAK
  6. Matthew Koo, Greninja BREAK
  7. Ko Kwok Hong, Drampa-GX/Espeon-GX/Garbodor
  8. Antonio Jorge Francisco, Buzzwole/Lycanroc-GX

Notes

Decklists

Winner Ng Kwun Hung used 59 of the 60 cards of Klive Aw's list that made the finals of the 2018 Singapore SPE and Malaysia Regionals.

Law Yuen To, 3rd - Zoroark-GX/Lycanroc-GX
Player notes:
  • "I knew I would enter a field full of Buzzwole. Still, I wanted to play Zoroark, and did not regret it."
  • "The most dangerous period when facing [BuzzRoc] comes when there are 3-4 Prizes left, the [Beast Ring] window. You should try to limit this window to one turn; if they hit 2 Beast Ring on two Buzzwole or Buzzwole GX, you will lose. Try to take one single Prize, then 2 Prizes. That way, Sledgehammer never activates. The single Prize is preferably the Octillery line; without Octillery [the BuzzRoc player] draws less, and you can N them to dead hands late game. Of course if there's a Rockruff with Energy, you should go for it first. So it still depends on the situation."
  • "Decklist-wise, I added a second Float Stone, because after a KO, you often need a pivot. That way you get to use Mewtwo or Mew-EX easier. You almost never attack with Zoroark-GX [vs. BuzzRoc]. Tapu Lele-GX is an okay attacker if needed." 

Patrick Ebio, 4th - Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX

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