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Japan Championships: Champions and Runners Up Interviews

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Please find the original Japanese-language article here. Note my translation is not a perfect translation and I have rearranged and reworded some parts of the original article for clarity and readability. Find also some explanatory comments inside square brackets, italicised. This website is in no way affiliated with Pokemon, Nintendo, Creatures Inc or GAME FREAK inc, and claims no rights to the original article. 


The Pokemon Japan Championships 2019 (PJCS 2019) was held over two days, from the 8th of June (Saturday) to the 9th of June (Sunday). We will be interviewing and introducing the decks of the TCG champions and runners up of each age division.
Masters Champion Kouhei Kurita:

Reshiram & Charizard GX

Interview
Congratulations on your first place finish. Can you please explain the deck you used on the day?
I used a Reshiram & Charizard GX deck.
The reason I didn’t run Mewtwo & Mew GX in my deck was that, since it is so strong, I thought I would end up playing a lot of ot…

The 19th Pokemon Card Memo Cup Results Report (World Championships 2019 Format)

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Please find the original Japanese-language article here. Note my translation is not a perfect translation and I have rearranged and reworded some parts of the original article for clarity and readability. Find also some explanatory comments inside square brackets, italicised.

The 19th Pokemon Card Memo Cup was held on Sunday, the 14th of July.

This tournament was UPR-on, the same format as Worlds. The participants included Worlds representatives as well as those not making the trip to America. Thank you very much for your participation. 

The final standings and the deck distribution are below. 


Ranking Announcement

The top performers were as follows: 

1st Place: Hibiki (Pikachu & Zekrom) 

2nd Place: B3 (Pikachu & Zekrom)

3rd Place: Souyu (Pikachu & Zekrom) 

4th Place: Natsuru (Pikachu & Zekrom) 

5th Place: Hirano (Pikachu & Zekrom) 

6th Place: Maaya (Blacephalon Naganadal) 

7th Place: Katou (Ultra Necrozma) 

8th Place: Reiji (Ultra Necrozma) 


Pikachu & Zekrom took up the top…