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Yu-Gi-Oh Trading Card Game – How to Play Yu-Gi-Oh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn about Yu-Gi-Oh!

Yu-Gi-Oh is known throughout Japan and the world as a collectible trading card game. The word itself translates as “Game King” and depending on where you live you might know it as Duel Masters or Magic and Wizards. The cards feature different imaginary characters, including monsters, dragons, and other imaginary beasts; each of them possesses power that players can use to summon the creatures and win the game.

Yugioh is valued by thousands of people, mostly kids and teens, for a number of benefits it can offer. To enjoy its nature, the game requires two players, but larger groups can also enjoy a fun time playing. Now, if you are like the thousands out there who think the trading card game might be an interesting pastime, then you probably want to know how to play it. All you need to do is to keep track of your individual cards and their abilities, while adhering to the rules of the game.

Under the rules of the game, players must play a deck that contains a minimum of 40 cards. Decks containing cards more than that number will increase the player’s risk of losing the game as the more cards are present, the smaller the chance of you to draw the pieces you need. Limiting the cards to 40 to 45 is then best. It is important to note as well that while having that standard 40-card deck, a player can have three duplicates of a particular character in a single deck. The cards placed on the Side deck are made to count through the three duplicates, but limited or restricted cards are present, as well.

To make a good start, always keep the Monster card to the Magic Card, which is marked with a ratio of 1:1. These cards are worth keeping as they hold the foundation of your decks. They are ones that work to defend your Life Points. So to stay safe, make sure that half of your deck is composed of monster cards.

From there, get your High Level Monsters down to its minimum number. Monsters are offered during the game to initiate a Tribute Summon, and keeping your deck with many High Level Monsters will make your summon more costly. Also, use the Effect Monsters in the best way possible. The ones that boast a trap or magic are more valuable as you can build your decks if these effects are used correctly.

Also include cards that have abilities to increase your chance of making draws. In a duel, it is typical for a player to draw only a single card every draw phase. To win the game, make draws more frequently than your opponents can make them.

Side decks must also be built when playing the game. The Side decks are composed of 15 cards, and all work to adjust the number of cards that your deck contains. The key here is to prepare and use the side decks to neutralize certain cards or put the cards that your opponents throw into rejection. The most powerful cards that a player may take include Raigeki, Monster Reborn, Pot of Greed, Dark Hole, and Change of Heart.

So how to play Yu-gi-oh involves the task of maintaining a deck of 40 cards, a side deck of 15 cards to increase the deck power, and to replace a card that your main deck contains with a card from the side deck. Playing a duel without the side deck is possible, however.

Now that you are ready to play, you should get yourself some Yu-Gi-Oh trading cards. Get a starter deck to begin. Once you’ve begun, take a look at my article on Rare Yugioh cards to see what else you need to give you an advantage as a player.

You’ll find more Yugioh related stuff for the card game and for the videogames and DVDs at: http://yugioh.wowplayersguides.com/

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The Best Yu-Gi-Oh Deck

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learn about Yu-Gi-Oh!

There is no such thing as a best YuGiOh deck at the current format. Back in the old days, Tele-DAD was the undisputed best YuGiOh deck due to its speed and consistency, these days, there are many tier 1 decks.

Out of the top three best YuGiOh decks at the moment, most people will be familiar with Lightsworn and Blackwing, so let’s talk about the other tier 1 deck that is D-Zombie. I’ll go through the main strategies and play.

First of all, D-Zombie’s main cards:

Stratos, Malicious, Mezuki, Goblin Zombie, Plaguespreader Zombie, Burial from a Different Dimension, Brionac, DAD.

Various tech:

Zombie Master, Deep Sea Diva, Book Of Life, Tomato, Sangan

 


 

Basically, the idea is to get Goblin Zombie to sync with Plaguespreader into Brionac, then discard the Mezuki you will be getting from the Goblin to return something else.

At some point you can use the Mezuki to bring back the Goblin Zombie, get the Plaguespreader back using its own effect, sync for something else, and when a few Zombies are removed from play, bring them all back into the grave using Burial.

Deep Sea Diva can basically give you two level 2 Tuners for the price of one, where you can special summon multiple times (with Mezuki, Malicious, Book Of Life, Zombie Master), have plenty of card presence (Goblin Zombie, Sangan, Mystic Tomato), also sync multiple times and go for a OTK using various synchros and Dark arm dragon.

The Destiny Hero engine (3D-draw, Two malicious, a mixture of Fear Monger, Diamond Dude, Doom Lord, Defender) can be incorporated to help speed things up considerably.

Of all the top tier decks, using for example: 2 Tomatoes, 2 Goblin Zombies, 1 Sangan, 3 D-draw, one ROTA, two Allure Of Darkness – this is probably the fastest. You can go through your deck really quickly to look for any sided in cards (namely Light Imprisioning Mirrors vs Lightsworn, or even Royal Oppression if you managed to get a few good synchros out fast).

 


 

With quite a few discard Fodders, you can afford to run a Vortex or two, or maybe a Wing Blast that you can use to defend against Synchro or clear their back row for a quick win.

With Bottomless still being run in twos in most decks, the Malicious and Plaguespreader / Diva can easily dodge that and make a Stardust in between, pave your way for all the other Synchros. Tomato itself is amazing for not being affected by Bottomless, and can get you the Goblin Zombie. You can also try Armageddon Knight to quickly drop the malicious / Plaguespreader.

This deck has been around for a long time, the release of Brionac is what made this so good. Because when you run zombies, you want dead things, and Brionac can give you dead things fast when gaining you advantage! Best of all, Brionac is limited in Japan, but not Europe or America yet! So go nuts with it all you want!

 


 

Looking for more Yugioh tips and strategies? See the Yugioh Guide.

Jack Wong is a Level 2 Judge, former UK YuGiOh Champion and tournament Organiser. His passion is to help others improve and enjoy YuGiOh! See his latest YuGiOh guide for help in the game: http://www.yugioh-guide.com.

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