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Shonen Jump Championship, often abbreviated as SJC, is a tournament series that was replaced by the Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series (YCS).

Events

Start date Location Winner Deck type Attendance Ref
2004-12-04 Anaheim John Umali "Chaos Restrict" 300+ [1]
2005-02-08 Las Vegas Wilson Luc "Chaos Restrict"
2005-02-13 Columbus Patrick Smith "Chaos Restrict"
2005-02-27 Orlando Andrew Ferdella "Chaos Restrict"
2005-04-02 Los Angeles Eric Wu "Chaos Restrict"
2005-04-30 Houston Ryan Hayakawa "Chaos Restrict"
2005-06-11 New Jersey Ryan Hayakawa "Chaos Restrict"
2005-06-25 Charlotte Anthony Alvarado "Chaos Restrict"
2005-07-09 Seattle Osman Ortiz "Chaos Restrict"
2005-08-20 Indianapolis Nareg Torossian "Chaos Restrict"
2005-09-10 Boston Brian Long "Chaos Restrict"
2005-10-08 Atlanta John Jensen "Chaos Control"
2005-10-29 Chicago Dale Bellido "Tomato Control"
2005-11-19 Los Angeles Paul Levitin "Bazoo Return"
2005-12-10 San Francisco Fili Luna "Tomato Control"
2006-02-25 Durham Christopher Flores "Toolbox Zaborg"
2006-03-18 Orlando Michael Lux "Toolbox Zaborg"
2006-03-25 Long Beach Steven Adair "Chaos Zaborg"
2006-04-08 Baltimore Shane Scurry "Chaos Return"
2006-05-06 Columbus Emon Ghaneian "Chaos Return"
2006-05-20 Chicago Brent Yetter "Chaos Return"
2006-06-17 Atlanta Shawn Long "Chaos Return"
2006-06-24 Denver Emon Ghaneian "Chaos Return"
2006-07-15 Arlington James Naughton "?"
2006-07-22 Philadelphia Kyle Duncan "Recruiter Chaos"
2006-08-12 Indianapolois John Jensen "Recruiter Chaos Return"
2006-08-26 Hamilton Corey Faibish "Stein OTK"
2006-09-16 Boston Bobby Chambers "Monarch"
2006-09-16 Austin Tristian Patillo "Monarch"
2006-10-28 Seattle Kyle Lopez "Monarch"
2006-11-18 Anaheim Hooman Farahbakush "Monarch"
2006-12-16 San Jose David Rodriguez "Stein OTK"
2007-01-27 Orlando Paul Lynn "Chimeratech OTK"
2007-02-24 San Louis Carlo Perez "Diamond Dude Turbo"
2007-03-03 Houston Emon Ghaneian "Bazoo Trooper"
2007-03-25 Columbus Marc Glass "Diamond Dude Turbo"
2007-04-14 Montreal Cesar Gonzalez "Monarch"
2007-04-28 Anaheim Michael Songloke "Demise OTK"
2007-05-19 Philadelphia Jessy Samek "Perfect Circle"
2007-06-02 Minneapolis Shane Scurry "Destiny Hero Beatdown"
2007-07-07 Phoenix Theerasak Poonsombat "Machine Beatdown"
2007-07-14 Detroit Fili Luna "Trooper Monarch"
2007-08-18 Indianapolis Kenny So "Burn"
2007-09-15 Washington Jonathon Labounty "Perfect Circle"
2007-09-29 Chicago Louie Raimondo "Burn"
2007-10-13 Durham Philip Anthony "Zombies"
2007-10-25 Seattle Skylor Short "Six Samurai"
2007-12-01 San Mateo Fili Luna "Perfect Circle"
2008-01-26 Orlando Cedric Sequerra "Perfect Circle"
2008-02-23 Houston Jonathan Moore "Six Samurai"
2008-03-08 Costa Mesa Lazaro Bellido "Dark Armed Return"
2008-03-29 Columbus Jerry Wang "Dark Armed Return"
2008-04-13 Minneapolis Paul Levitin "Gladiator Beasts"
2008-05-11 Nashville Jason Holloway "Dark Armed Return"
2008-05-25 St. Louis Steven Harris "Gladiator Beasts"
2008-07-06 Philadelphia Michael Kohanim "Gladiator Beasts"
2008-07-13 Honolulu Mario Matheu "Gladiator Beasts"
2008-07-27 Toronto Lazaro Bellido "Gladiator Beasts"
2008-08-17 Indianapolis Robert Ackerman "Gladiator Beasts"
2008-09-07 Baltimore Jermol Jupiter "Gladiator Beasts"
2008-09-27 Tulsa Adam Corn "TeleDAD"
2008-10-05 Seattle Cesar Gonzalez "TeleDAD"
2008-10-19 Charlotte Justin Arnwine "TeleDAD"
2008-11-15 Chicago Ryan Spicer "TeleDAD"
2008-11-22 Atlanta Jerry Wang "TeleDAD"
2008-12-07 Detroit Steven Harris "TeleDAD"
2009-01-11 San Francisco Alejandro Vivaldo "TeleDAD"
2009-01-17 Houston Jerry Wang "TeleDAD"
2009-04-26 Anaheim Jeff Jones "TeleDAD"
2009-08-16 Indianapolis Fili Luna "Blackwing"
2009-09-27 Orlando Rodrigo Togores "Blackwing"
2009-10-18 Austin Chris Bowling "Lightsworn"
2009-11-15 Colombus Vincent Ralambomiadana "Lightsworn"
2010-01-10 Los Angeles Stephen Silverman "Lightsworn"
2010-02-28 Nashville Satoshi Kato "Zombie Lightsworn"
2010-04-25 Edison Jeff Jones "QuickDraw Dandy Warrior"


Prize Cards

SJC-EN001 Cyber-Stein

ONLY 18 Cards were released from December 2004 to July 2005. An additional 2 cards were released at Costa Mesa (50th Shonen Jump Championship) and 1 embedded in Lucite. At UpperDeck Day this card was mass released at least 2 per site (approximately 126 in total)
(1 Prize card to 1st place and to winner of the side event)

SJC-EN002 Des Volstgalph

ONLY 20 Cards released from August 2005 to April 2006. Additional cards were released 2 at Costa Mesa (50th Shonen Jump Championship), 1 embedded in Lucite and 63 at Upper Deck Day.
(1 Prize card to 1st place and to winner of the side event)

SJC-EN003 Shrink

ONLY 26 Cards released from May 2006 to December 2006. Additional cards were released 2 at Costa Mesa (50th Shonen Jump Championship), 1 embedded in Lucite and 63 at Upper Deck Day.
(1 Prize card to 1st place and to winner of the side event)

SJCS-EN004 Crush Card Virus

ONLY 40 Cards released from January 2007 to July 2007. An additional 2 cards were released at Costa Mesa (50th Shonen Jump Championship) and 1 embedded in Lucite.
As little as 3 cards were accidently released at a Sneak Preview Event prior to being released at an SJC event
(1st, 2nd and 3rd place and the winner of the side event)

SJCS-EN005 Gold Sarcophagus

(ONLY 28 Cards released from August 2007 to Feburary 2008). Additional cards were released 2 at Costa Mesa (50th Shonen Jump Championship), 1 embedded in Lucite and 63 at Upper Deck Day.
(1st, 2nd and 3rd place and the winner of the side event)

SJCS-EN006 Doomcaliber Knight

(ONLY 68 Cards released from March 2008 to January 2009).
(1st, 2nd and 3rd place and the winner of the side event)

SJCS-EN007 Dark End Dragon

(Only 3 cards are released for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place of the Anaheim's Shonen Jump Championship)

Rodrigo Togores

Chris Bowling

Vincent Ralambomiadana

References

  1. [1]: Upper Deck Entertainment Crowns First-Ever Shonen Jump Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game Champion At Gen Con Socal
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