2017 European International Championship Recap and Decklists

Recap of the 2017 European International Championship and Decklists used from the top finishers at the event.

No Sky Field, No Problem – Rainbow Road in Standard

Rainbow Road was in a perilous spot after the rotation as it lost both Sky Field and Shaymin EX, two core inclusions in most lists for the deck. The deck manages to live on in the post rotation Standard format thanks to the help from some Stage 1 dual type Pokemon which allow you to hit for big damage numbers with Rainbow Force even without being able to use Sky Field.

Top 10 Decks for the 2017 North American International Championship

The North American International Championship is this week. Check out the Top 10 decks that you should expect to see at the tournament in this article, along with curated decklists for some of the best and most relevant lists for these decks.

Putting Some Flare on Volcanion – 16th Place Dallas Regionals with Volcanion

Andrew goes over his 16th place Volcanion list from the Dallas Regional Championship and goes over his tournament with the deck and what he would change moving forward with the deck.

Weekend Report #8 – Recapping Florida Regional – The Garbage Man Can

The Orlando, Florida Regional Championship played this past weekend was the first major Standard Format tournament of the 2016-2017 Pokemon Season. A record number of Pokemon players flocked to Florida for the weekend to battle it out to become a Regional Champion. In this edition of Weekend Report we take a look at the action of this past weekend’s Regional Championship.

Steam Siege Set Review

The first Pokemon expansion of the season is here with the release of Steam Siege. Unlike past August sets, this one will be legal for the World Championship later this month. Check out what’s good and what’s not in our Steam Siege set review.