Worlds Final Standings Up

Discussion in 'Pokémon News' started by Flaming_Spinach, Aug 12, 2007.

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  1. Flaming_Spinach

    Flaming_Spinach Feature Editor

    For anyone that's been sleeping under a rock for the past 2 days, the Pokemon World Championship has been going on in Kona, Hawaii.


    And less than 30 minutes ago, the final round came to a finish, with the following people winning the highest title of Pokemon World Champion:

    Jun Hasebe (Japan)

    Jeremy Scharff-Kim (USA)

    Tom Roos (Finland)

    Congratulations to all the winners!

    Here's some links you might want to take a look at if you're interested in further reading about the World Championship:

    To read members' opinions of Worlds as it was happening, check out this thread.

    If you're interested in which decks were being played, check out this thread to discuss Seniors, or this thread to discuss Masters.

    To see who won the Pokegym Worlds Contest, check out this thread. Winners should be up by tomorrow!

    The Pokegym's Worlds Gallary can be found here

    To see Worlds final standings, check out this site.

    Lastly, to visit the Worlds minisite, which has tons of pictures, interviews, videos, updates and other awesome stuff, click here!

    Lastly, this World Championship also saw several very interesting occurances. In no particular order, they are:
    • Hiroki Yano becomes the first person to make the Finals in 2 seperate World Championships (he got 1st in Juniors last year, and got 2nd in Juniors this year).
    • Half of the Top4 players (6/12) came from a single country (Japan).
    • Tsuguyoshi Yamoto becomes only the second Master player to make the Top4 twice (the other being Jeremy Maron).
    • Jeremy Maron and Jason Klackzynski are now the only Master players to win Worlds one year, and not make the cut in a subsequent year.
    • Jeremy Scharff-Kim is now the 3rd World Champion to come from the state of Washington (after Mindy Lambkee, Juniors Champ in 2002, and Stuart Benson, Senior Champ in 2005).


    Cya next year!
  2. dark celebi

    dark celebi New Member

    Congrats to Steffen From (DK) if anyone derserved this good a place in the tournament its him..
    Ive seen him test an tweak his deck for ours playing loads of battles to decide wether a single card is bether for a deck than another.
    Ive played him several times in several tounaments and his play is nearly allways flawless.
    Theres no douth in my mind that Steffen From is a magnificent pokemon player.
    By his great place in this tournament Steffen proved that Denmark is a strong pokemon nation. If youre the best in Denmark you aren't just some lucky player in a small country..Are you good in denmark youre good anywere.
    Steffen I were of course sad when you beat me in the final of the danish championsships a statement which you have repeted several years. However I also fell extremely happy when bthinking of your achivement and i only whish i were there to party with you and the other danes......

    See you MTG
  3. Steve=0

    Steve=0 New Member

    It's another victory for finland, thanks to Tom Roos!:thumb:
  4. dogma

    dogma New Member

    Congratulations everyone! Actually it works out rather nicely, three different regions represented by the winners. No-one can say Finnish players aren't the best of the best now!
  5. Ardoptres

    Ardoptres New Member

    Steffen F came 2nd.
    I was not lying when i said 'Denmark can play Pokemon! ;)
  6. Mewstor

    Mewstor New Member

    Go Finlaaaaaand!!!! Wohoo!!! Good going Tom! Another victory for Finland. Yeah, no one can doubt your skill ever again when it comes to playing Pokemon TCG :D Ones more.... Wohoo!!!!
  7. Ardoptres

    Ardoptres New Member

    Tom played Spread- I didn't expect that deck to do THAT well.. GJ though!!
    Last edited: Aug 13, 2007
  8. Jason

    Jason New Member

    So Finland won after a huge ranking invitation battle among with other europeans by using ghost players...

    Good job to all of these from Europe. Totally deserved it :)

    Also, Congrats Andrew + Yee Wei... Asia/Pacific FTW
  9. Tagrineth

    Tagrineth New Member

    You know what else?

    This is the first time the same deck won Nationals and Worlds in masters.
  10. Ardoptres

    Ardoptres New Member

    It was Finland ONLY who used ghost players.. -_-
  11. PokemonSteve

    PokemonSteve New Member

    Isn't it funny that europe still doesn't have DP and yet we win :rolleyes:
  12. Cookie

    Cookie New Member

    Both Miska & Tom deserved their invites other way than being high on rankinglists, so plz let's not start this ghost-player-conversation again?

    Congrats to Denmark for the success of your players :)
  13. dark celebi

    dark celebi New Member

    I Agree totally as far as i can see all or nearly all players from the countries accused of ghost players and boosting ranking by deals etc etc made at least 50% wins.....
    this comibined whit great number of top 16 and top 8 and top 3's should be enough to make the evil tounges shut up...
  14. bullados

    bullados <a href="

    Didn't Jeremy make 4th last year?
  15. Heatherdu

    Heatherdu New Member

    I know that Austin Reed made T4 in Seniors last year and then made T8 this year in Masters. How many others have made such an awesome transition from one age division to the next? I applaud the accomplishment. And I congratulate ALL the players at Worlds no matter your age, country, deck, whatever because you really are the best.
  16. Flaming_Spinach

    Flaming_Spinach Feature Editor

    This thread is about Worlds Final Standings. It is not about Ghost players, or why country X is better than country Y.

    Any further off-topic posts will disapear.
  17. Skarmbliss

    Skarmbliss New Member

    No he made 3rd last year. That was the japanese player with metanite that made 4th last year.
  18. ninetales1234

    ninetales1234 <a href="

    He should have played Nidoqueen.
  19. Tego

    Tego New Member

    I think it's really interesting how the same 3 countries that won Worlds last year also won this year. Once again our new world champions come from three different countries, three different continents. ^_^

    Please let's think of individuals and not nations. Both Tom Roos and Miska Saari played amazingly well at Worlds, and that their country's OP Manager cheated other Finnish

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    Please let's think of individuals and not nations. Both Tom Roos and Miska Saari played amazingly well at Worlds, and that their country's OP Manager cheated other Finnish players to Worlds using ghost players is not really relevant. Their OP Manager has of course given the country Finland a bad name in the Pokémon world (and that is a sad thing), but that doesn't mean everyone from Finland is a cheater.

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    Now my wish goes out to Finland's OP Manager to not do the same mistake again next season, and clear Finland's name as just the home country of some great world-class players, not ghosts.
    Last edited: Aug 14, 2007
  20. Heatherdu

    Heatherdu New Member

    Were Liz and Austin Reed the first Mother/Son Worlds competitors? Way to go!

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