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blurb=For the first time in the history of the Pokemon Trading Card Game, full video footage of the final match at the 2011 Pokemon TCG World Championships for the Masters division between David Cohen and Ross Cawthon is available, with commentary done by Josue 'Crimz' Rojano and Kyle 'Pooka' Sucevich. }}
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blurb=Couldn't make it to California? Now you can catch the the final match of the 2011 TCG World Championships Masters division online thanks to a joint effort between The Pokémon Company International and TCG fan site The Top Cut.}}
 
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For the first time in the history of the Pokemon Trading Card Game, full video footage of the final match at the 2011 Pokemon TCG World Championships for the Masters division between David Cohen and Ross Cawthon is available, with commentary done by Josue 'Crimz' Rojano and Kyle 'Pooka' Sucevich.
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[[File:David Cohen 2011.jpg|thumb|right|220px|David Cohen, TCG Champion]]
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Thanks to a joint effort by {{bp|The Pokémon Company International}} and TCG fan site [http://thetopcut.net The Top Cut], full video footage of the 2011 Pokémon TCG World Championships final is available online.
   
The 2011 Pokemon World Championships took place on Aug 12 through Aug 14. Over 150 players competed in the TCG competition in the Masters age division, which is made up of players ages 15 and up. After a weekend of tough competition, David Cohen - piloting a Magnezone/Emboar/Reshiram deck - faced off against Ross Cawthon, playing an unheard of trainer lock deck focused around Vileplume and Reuniclus.
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The Masters division match played between David Cohen and Ross Cawthon (both USA) is commentated by The Top Cut staffers Josue 'Crimz' Rojano and Kyle 'Pooka' Sucevich.
   
Thanks to the combined efforts of The Pokemon Company International and the folks from thetopcut.net, full commentated video footage is available of these matches, which can be found here:
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After a weekend of tough competition, the match was eventually won by Cohen. After finishing in second place in 2009, Cohen this time around piloted a {{tcg|Magnezone}}/{{tcg|Emboar}}/{{tcg|Reshiram}} deck, with runner-up Cawthon using a previously unheard of lock deck focused around {{tcg|Vileplume}} and {{tcg|Reuniclus}}.
http://thetopcut.net/2011/12/02/worlds-finals-videos-coming-soon/
 
   
==Information==
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Footage of the Video Game World Championships is also available on the [http://www.pokemonworldchampionships.com/2011/videos Pokémon World Championships website].
。「http://www.pokemonworldchampionships.com/2011/」
 
   
。「http://thetopcut.net/2011/12/02/worlds-finals-videos-coming-soon/」
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The 2011 Pokémon World Championships took place in San Diego, Calif., on Aug. 12 through Aug. 14. Over 150 players competed in the TCG competition in the Masters age division, which is made up of players aged 15 and older.
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==Information==
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* [http://www.pokemonworldchampionships.com/2011/ Pokémon World Championships]
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* [http://thetopcut.net/2011/12/02/worlds-finals-videos-coming-soon/ Video on The Top Cut]

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David Cohen, TCG Champion

Thanks to a joint effort by The Pokémon Company International and TCG fan site The Top Cut, full video footage of the 2011 Pokémon TCG World Championships final is available online.

The Masters division match played between David Cohen and Ross Cawthon (both USA) is commentated by The Top Cut staffers Josue 'Crimz' Rojano and Kyle 'Pooka' Sucevich.

After a weekend of tough competition, the match was eventually won by Cohen. After finishing in second place in 2009, Cohen this time around piloted a Magnezone/Emboar/Reshiram deck, with runner-up Cawthon using a previously unheard of lock deck focused around Vileplume and Reuniclus.

Footage of the Video Game World Championships is also available on the Pokémon World Championships website.

The 2011 Pokémon World Championships took place in San Diego, Calif., on Aug. 12 through Aug. 14. Over 150 players competed in the TCG competition in the Masters age division, which is made up of players aged 15 and older.

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