State Championship Results – Week One

If you know any results from State/Province/Territory Championships, please let us know!

Arizona

1) Mark G. (Celebi/Tornadus/Mewtwo)
2) Edmund K. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
3) Ruben C. (Celebi/Mewtwo)
4) Nikolas P. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)

Colorado

1) Daniel Fanning (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
2) Anson Schwegmann (Electrode/Terrakion/Mewtwo/Reshiram)
3) Adrian Montoya (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
4) Roberto Seley (Zekrom/Eelektrik)

Georgia

1) Alex Degicomo (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
2) Aaron Curry (Landorus/Terrakion)
3) Jason Klaczynski (Durant)
4) Pat Vanlandingham (Zekrom/Eelektrik)

Hawaii
1) Travis S. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
2. Albert L. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
3. Eric A. (Durant)
4. Shane B. (Durant)

Idaho

1) Ian Asplund (Zekrom/Eelektrik/Terrakion)
2) Brandon Jones (Celebi/Tornadus/Mewtwo)
3) Taylor Smart (Celebi/Tornadus/Mewtwo)
4) Karl Kitchin (Zekrom/Eelektrik/Tornadus)

Louisiana

1) James S. (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
2) Ryan M. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
3) Rudy P. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
4) Brad Curcio (Landorus/Terrakion)

Nebraska

1) Jack Lange (Durant)
2) Kason Day (Celebi/Mewtwo)
3) Jay Hornung (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
4) Chad Spinks (Durant)

New Hampshire

1) Sam Chen (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
2) Azul Griego (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
3) Raymond Cipoletti (Durant)
4) John Chimento (Donphan/Mewtwo)

North Carolina

1) Ryan Sabelhaus (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
2) Erik Nance (Durant)
3) Josh Harvley (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
4) Zach Bivens (Thundurus/Terrakion/Eelektrik)

Ohio

1) Dustin Zimmerman (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
2) Joey Gannon (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
3) Anthony Harper (Magnezone/Eelektrik)
4) Justin Young (Zekrom/Eelektrik)

Oklahoma

1) Alex F. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
2) Austin Cook (Mew/Yanmega)
3) Adam B. (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
4) Len D. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)

Oregon

1) Jacob Van Wagner (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
2) Chris Stotts (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
3) Polo Le (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
4) Kennan Mell (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)

Pennsylvania

1) Darrell Moreno (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
2) Michael Skoran (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
3) Toby Natale (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
4) Andrew Randel (Durant)

Tennessee

1) Tyler Keller (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
2) Justin Burns (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
3) Drew Cate (Typhlosion/Reshiram)
4) Sam Liggett (Typhlosion/Reshiram)

Virginia

1) Curran Hill (Terrakion)
2) Michael Pramawat (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
3) Rahul Reddy (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
4) Eli Norris (Durant)

Alberta

1) Trevore R. (Zekrom/Eelektrik/Terrakion)
2) Gordon C. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
3) Simon F. (Magnezone/Eelektrik)
4) Victor F. (Typhlosion/Reshiram)

Ontario

1) Matt Koo (Durant)
2) Zach Lesage (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
3) Matt Beck (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
4) Jacob Lesage (Terrakion)

Edo. de Mexico

1) Miguel L. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
2) Roberto S. (Durant)
3) Francisco A. (Chandelure/Dodrio/Mewtwo)
4) Sergio Miranda (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)

Malaysia

1) Xavier C. (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
2) Wayne C. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
3) Lawrence P. (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
4) Febri A. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)


Total Wins

Zekrom/Eelektrik: 9
Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus: 7
Durant: 2
Terrakion: 1

56 responses to “State Championship Results – Week One”

  1. Ssbhaider

    would you be interested in results from other country? haha

    1. Kyle Sucevich

      Yes, of course!

      1. Wavemaster55

        Daniel Fanning takes first at Colorado States. Adrian Montoya takes third

      2. Arcanyx

        I have the results for Malaysia States if you guys are interested in it. :)

        1. Kyle Sucevich

          Yes, please post S/P/T results from anywhere!

          1. Arcanyx

            Malaysia States Championship.?
            1) Xavier C. (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
            2) Wayne C. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
            3) Lawrence P. (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)
            4) Febri A. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)

            :)

  2. Bjack1987

    Alex D wins GA

  3. David

    durant is doing really good

  4. coolestman22

    Did the Terrakion deck that won VA States play Electrode, or the Terrakion from EP, or anything wierd, or was it just 4 Terrakion, 1 Mewtwo?

    EDIT: Same question for the one at 4th place in Ontario.

    1. Kris Genthe

      Virginia played 4 Terrakion 0 Mewtwo

      1. indercarnive

        how does something like that win? it seems to me to autoloss anything besides Zeels. though i can understand how zeels was roughly 85% of what was played

        1. Kris Genthe

          It runs Crushing Hammer and Lost Remover so it can OHKO eviolited Durants all day. So it auto-wins against the majority of the field (Zeel and Durant).

          I don’t know how it would deal with Celebi/Tornadus/Mewtwo, my guess is the surprise factor alone.

          1. Carlos Duran Jr.

            I would assume rescue energy and EXP share for the first run of revenge KO’s, followed by rocky helmets. against CMT, just catcher and KO the Celebi to cut off their energy acceleration early on. and then crushing hammer the grass they managed to get on the field and lost remover the DCE. with only 4 pokemon that hit hard, you can fit in loads of stuff like: plus powers, catchers, junk arms, lost removers, crushing hammers, Alph 4, heavy ball, switch, and other stadiums to get rid of the opposing skyarrow bridges. then just run 4 juniper, 4 PONT, 4 N, and 4 Judge, but no need for Collector since you just use heavy ball and you can then use juniper as your supporter for the turn. you’ll get what you need quickly and efficiently.a mewtwo will need 4 energy to OHKO you if you have 3 energy on your terrakion, or 5 if you have it eviolite’d. but if you crushing hammer or lost remover it all away, they’ll have to manually attach one at a time, while you 2 shot it. if they just use tornadus, it’s still a 2 shot to 2 shot race, and with EXP share, you are conserving energy just the same as the Tornadus. just play smart and you can win.

            at least that’s the only way I see it being playable.

          2. Ben Potter

            He didnt play against a celebi tornadus deck, also, no eviolite.

          3. airhawk06

            Not a single one?

          4. Edmund_Nelson

            yea zero evolite, the primary reason is that everything 2KO’s terrakion anyway, and eviolite changes none of that. mewtwo EX typically 2Ko’s terrakion, I have found. The other thing to remember is that EXP share is super important to the deck, since it allows Terrakion to be this wall of 90 damage attacks after turn 3. Against CMT Lost remover is the key to the matchup, since lost remover forces CMT to lose often 2 or more turns in the prize race. Lost remover is fairly good against most decks right now. I was thinking about running Coballion and Terrakion with such a engine at cal states, but curran hill kinda preceded me.

          5. airhawk06

            I was talking about not playing CMT…

          6. Rahul Reddy

            He did not play against a single CMT

          7. Ben Potter

            Verified

          8. indercarnive

            not sure why we are surprised. there was only like 1 CMT in masters. and CMT hates Zekeel so probably curran’s only chance to play against it would be in the early rounds.

          9. Ben Potter

            actually it didnt run crushing hammer, and it doesnt auto win durant.

        2. Rahul Reddy

          There was 90% Zeel there, so he read the meta well

  5. guest

    Nebraska’s second place was playing Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus not Zekrom/Eelektrik. 4th place was durant, but I don’t know the name.

    1. Chad Spinks

      my name is Chad Spinks and I ended up getting 4th at nebraska. not sure why my name didnt get posted. might have have to look into that.

  6. Andrew Randel

    i got third in PA with Durrant :)

  7. guest

    You have the senior results for Oklahoma.
    Master results.
    1st – Alex F. (Zekrom/Eelectrik)
    2nd – Austin Cook (Mew/Yanmega)
    3rd/4th – Len D. (Zekrom/Eelectrik)
    3rd/4th – Adam B.? (Celebi/Tornadus/Mewtwo)

  8. Anthony Harper

    Ohio 4th place was me….last name was Harper not Spencer lol

  9. Anthony Harper

    Love being the only Magnezone to top cut…….Thunderdome is still alive and kicking!!!!

    1. pokeray90

      Congrats man. It definitely is still alive but it’s going to be very difficult for it to win any States. The odds are just against it. Kind of like Typhlosion is still alive with several top cuts but it’s hard to choose the deck with the intent of winning a tournament. Unless of course, if the right metagame comes together. Same for Magnezone Eelektrik.
      Nonetheless, congratulations on your results and keep up the good work :)

      1. Monferno

        Yeah – my cousin in seniors played TyRam at Ohio Staes, and after every round he came up to me and was like “Mewtwo…Mewtwo everywhere.”
        I think he only went 2-4.

    2. Monferno

      Congrats dude – I think I battled you, I’m Natalie. (Sorry, not great with names)

  10. Pablo Meza Alonso

    Edo. de Mexico
    3) Francisco A

  11. pokeray90

    Put it together way faster than Pokegym. :)…that place is becoming obsolete for this kind of stuff. Good job guys! 😀

  12. pokeray90

    So 7 Zekrom/Eelektrik, 6 Celebi/Mewtwo, 2 Durant, and 1 Terrakion

  13. Jharvley

    I got third in north Carolina the name is Josh Harvley not Harvey lol

  14. Chintoman

    Louisiana is in the correct order as is.

    1. Chintoman

      correction, ryan was 2nd.

  15. Adam Bigott

    Adam B. and Len D. should be flipped for OK masters

  16. Tobynatale

    Toby Natale 3rd place PA states with zekrom/eelektrik

  17. Hendrik Loehr

    Hey can somebody tell me the skeleton list or list of Aaron Currys (Landorus/Terrakion) deck??? thank you very much

  18. Bloodmagecharm

    will there be a deck list released for the stand alone terrakion + expshare decks?

    1. Kyle Sucevich

      No, we do not release lists on this site unless the players do it themselves.

      1. Edmund_Nelson

        however on Mr pramawatts video, Curran hill showed his entire deck out while sorting his deck to the camera. So players only have to do 30 minutes of work and they will find out the list anyway

        1. Shiftry42

          Link to video?

          1. guest

            Are you really that desperate to net deck, this has to be one of the easiest decks to build….

          2. coolestman22

            Dude, just find it yourself.

  19. Guest

    Hawaii
    1) Travis S (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
    2. Albert L (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
    3. Eric A (Durant)
    4. Shane B (Durant)

  20. Stereochild

    Alberta:

    1) Trevore R. (Zekrom/Eelektrik/Terrakion)
    2) Gordon C. (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
    3) Simon F. (Magnezone/Eelektrik)
    4) Victor F. (Typhlosion/Reshiram)

  21. Dustin Zimmerman

    If it’s relevant, the T4 in Ohio needs to be switched.

  22. Anthony Harper

    So I made 3rd not 4th in Ohio States?

  23. Toby Natale

    PA 4th place was playing durant I don’t know the mans name

  24. Drakospaladin101

    zekrom eelektrik is good…

  25. Drakospaladin101

    I feel as though the only reason that Zekrom Eelektrik is winning so much is because it is being played by what feels like every other player. Im not saying it’s bad, because it really is one of the best decks around, but look at EXTC ( Celebi/Mewtwo EX/Tornadus). On 6P they have the results for the first week of states as well as the the amount in top 8, and if I remember correctly ZekEels had something like 40 something places and EXTC had 20 something. That is a huge difference, and when you put into mathematical terms, EXTC has a higher win percentage than ZekEels. If everyone plays a deck, then it is bound to win and right now everyone is playing ZekEels. That is entirely my own opinion and you can take it if you want, but quite honestly EXTC is the BDIF right now simply because of how strong and fast it is. ZekEels is tier 1, but it simply isn’t as good.

  26. Romero_damen

    im good friends with Fanning from colorado i think its cool that he topped but yea he stole my deck idea lol its all good tho

  27. Francis Ani

    South Carolina

    1) Alshon L??? (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
    2) Phillip Matthews (Zekrom/Eelektrik)
    3) ???
    4) Francis Ani (Celebi/Mewtwo/Tornadus)

    Top 4 at my very first States woot woot!

    1. Francis Ani

      This is the masters result by the way. I have to say that I probably wouldn’t have made it into the top 4 if Robert Shipp didn’t let me take back a pass during our sudden death Swiss match. He knew I was extremely nervous and didn’t know that passing would have cost me the game. I ended up taking three prizes in sudden death for the win that I almost threw away. He is an amazing standup guy and I’ve mentioned this to everyone that congratulates me.