2018 Malmö Regionals

Dates: February 17-18, 2018
Location: Amiralen Concert Venue, Malmö, Sweden
Attendance: 276 Masters
Format: Standard BRT-UPR



Top 64 final standings
  1. Adam Hawkins, Zoroark/Weavile
  2. Nico Alabas, Zoroark/Weavile
  3. Jack Gregory-Campbell, Buzzwole-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  4. Jake Mallender, Buzzwole-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  5. Bert Wolters, Buzzwole-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  6. Stéphane Ivanoff, Turbo Ho-Oh-GX
  7. Benjamin Pham, Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX
  8. Lucas Henrique de Araujo Pereira, Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX
  9. Robin Schulz, Zoroark/Weavile
  10. Rasmus Moller, Zoroark-GX/Gardevoir-GX
  11. Ole Stognief, Buzzwole-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  12. Rolf Panaakker, Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX
  13. Teodor Skjaeveland, Buzzwole-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  14. Mees Brenninkmeijer, Golisopod-GX/Garbodor
  15. Alessandro Mauri, Zoroark-GX/Gardevoir-GX
  16. Heddi Brahmi, Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX
  17. Philip Schulz, Zoroark/Weavile
  18. Seb Symonds, Dusk Mane Necrozma-GX/Solgaleo♢
  19. Mikael Jacobs, Zoroark-GX/Decidueye-GX
  20. Fabien Schlieckau, Buzzwole-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  21. Hayder Al-Shemmari, Buzzwole-GX/Garbodor
  22. Alejandro Felices, Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX
  23. Ryan Moorhouse, Magnezone/Dusk Mane Necrozma-GX
  24. Julius Brunfeldt, Turbo Ho-Oh-GX
  25. Jimmy Wuyts, Metagross-GX/Dusk Mane Necrozma-GX
  26. Rick Verwaal, Gardevoir-GX
  27. Matthias Luppa, Golisopod-GX/Garbodor
  28. Adrian Fjell, Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX
  29. Bernardo Dias, Golisopod-GX/Garbodor
  30. Tom Kenny Johannessen, Turbo Ho-Oh-GX
  31. Simon Eriksen, Buzzwole-GX/Lycanroc-GX
  32. Andreas Dombrowski, Buzzwole-GX/Garbodor

Stream matches
A stream for the event was provided by Limitless TCG. Commentary was provided by Nicholas Pearce and Jesper Eriksen with additional commentary and stream support from Lydia Hombach



Adam Hawkins, 1st - Zoroark/Weavile

Zoroark/Weavile: same 60 used by Nico Alabas (2nd), Philip and Robin Schulz (both Top 16), and Tord Reklev (Top 64)

Bert Wolters, 5th - Buzzwole-GX/Lycanroc-GX
Player notes:
  • "I missed Zygarde-EX once maybe, but I think Sudowoodo was better overall. I didn't really miss Field Blower and Energy Switch is really good." 
  • "I still think a second Lele would be strong, but cuts had to be made..."
  • On Mewtwo: "The Energy Switch and Elixirs help [set it up]. It's helpful in multiple situations... it OHKOs Mew-EX and it is really good in mirror. The survivability is great. If you get it early on in mirror, you can hit a Buzzwole-GX with one Energy for 140 and they almost have no answer for it." 

Stéphane Ivanoff, 6th - Ho-Oh-GX/Salazzle-GX/Wobbuffet

Ryan Moorhouse, 23rd - Magnezone/Dusk Mane Necrozma-GX
Player notes:
  • "Deck is fire when you get a Magnezone out early, but sorta flops the games you miss."
  • "Dialga-GX just gives you this niche where it's possible to take multiple prizes in 'one' turn and can let you back into a game if you were behind. It's also an insanely good tempo card early on, as having that extra turn gives you a ton more options with Supporters and attaching Energy. The draw from Overclock is actually awesome as well, and saved me from some sticky late game N situations." 

Julius Brunfeldt, 24th - Ho-Oh-GX/Turtonator-GX

Jimmy Wuyts, 25th - Dusk Mane Necrozma-GX/Metagross-GX

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