Pokémon TCG Competitors Stay Focused During Day Two
06 July, 2013 in Play! Pokémon
On the second day of the U.S. National Championships, the competition gets more intense as the strongest performers rise to the top.
Let’s take another look at the Pokémon TCG tournament as the battle rages on!
Senior Division players gather around the pairing board to see who they will battle next.
Two Arceus dolls have ringside seats to this Senior Division match-up.
2012 Junior Division World Championhip Runner-Up Ian Robb returns to action at the 2013 U.S. TCG National Championships.
Players compete using 60-card decks constructed from a pool of hundreds of tournament-legal Pokémon TCG cards.
From his custom Play! Pokémon card sleeves to his Pikachu sweat band, this competitor is dressed for success!
To become champion, Pokémon TCG players must remain focused for three straight days of competition.
2009 National Champion Kyle Sucevich is a consistently strong performer at the U.S. National Championships.
Eagle-eyed Pokémon fans should be able to identify the four different events that contributed to this player’s awesome collection of Pokémon gear.
Junior Division players discuss an attack during the second day of battle.
Good luck to all of the skilled Pokémon TCG players having fun at the 2013 U.S. Pokémon TCG National Championships!