2018 Malmö Regionals

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

Decklists

Statistics

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

Notes

Decklists

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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