2015 Australian Pokémon Nationals – Day 3 Recap: VGC

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vgc_top2Nationals is over once again, but the post-coverage is going to keep on coming! The Video Game Nationals saw 321 Masters, 96 Seniors, and 54 Juniors battle it out with swiss rounds on day two of the three day Nationals event, and top cut on day three.

The Masters Division battled it out through a huge day with 9 rounds of swiss, best-f-three matches, and a day later the top 16 players went back to play in the top cut. The competition was fierce as players fought for Championship Points to try and secure their invite to the World Championships taking place later this year. A huge congratulations to Matthew Roe for taking out the Masters Division of the Video Game, and Theron Ho for coming second. We also congratulate a well known player in our community Matthew Burris for taking out the Seniors Division, and of course, Nicholas K for once again taking out the Junior Division!

Below we have the final standings after swiss (seeds for top cut) for the Masters Division Top 16, Seniors Top 8, and Juniors Top 8. (Click images for full view)

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Top Cut Players for all Divisions:

Masters Seniors Juniors
Nicholas Bingham Matthew Burris Luke Daley
Saamid Zikria Aaron Van der Kolk Jack Gilbert
Matthew Jiwa Patrick McCann Alfredo Chang-Gonzalez
Theron Ho Jakob Simpson Nicholas Kan
Mustafa Olomi Will Gabell Jonathan Wang
Matthew Roe Nicholas Callister Hamish Gartner
Sean Ronzani Adam Scicluna Kaden Bathgate
Alexander Poole Nathan Shearman
Brendan Webb
Christopher Kan
Eugene Tan
Ty Power
Callum Witt
Phil Nguyen
Jackson Lakey
Lionel Pryce

Below is the bracket for the Masters top cut. (To move across, use your mouse to click and drag. To move up and down, use the scroll bar to the right)

Stay tuned as we continue our post-Nats coverage over the coming weeks in the leadup to Worlds!

About Stacey

Owner of this website, and control freak. Stacey formats PokeAus articles, and deals with back-end maintenance. Her aim this year is to collect data and write up usage stat articles for both the TCG and VGC community to enjoy.
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