Event: Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championships 2004
Date: July 25th, 2004
Site: Los Angeles
Official Results
Masatoshi Togawa
Runner Up
Chan Wan Hang
Hong Kong
Third Place
Yoshinobu Suekane
Fourth Place
Ryan Pugh
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Other Information

In addition to winning fame and honor as the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Champion, Masatoshi won several Yu-Gi-Oh! prizes, including five boxes of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards, the GBA game Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction, several deck boxes and packs of card sleeves, and some exclusive movie packs. Masatoshi will also take home one of only two copies of Ulevo. Ulevo and Meteo the Matchless, another special promotional card, have been produced exclusively for this year’s World Championships.

Chan Wan Hang of Hong Kong finished in second place, Yoshinobu Suekane of Japan finished in third place, and Ryan Pugh of the United Kingdom finished fourth. All of these players received copies of Meteo the Matchless in addition to their other prizes.

Both Ulevo and Meteo the Matchless have been specially sealed in acrylic cases. These might be the rarest Yu-Gi-Oh! cards printed to date, as only eight copies of Meteo the Matchless and just two copies of Ulevo have been printed.

Also see: Yu-Gi-Oh! Video Game World Championship 2004

The Trophy

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