Jose breaks down 3 ways on how to run Virizion/Genesect effectively!
Hey 60cards.net! My name is Kenny Wisdom and before I get to introducing myself, I’d like to thank Martin Kaninsky for giving me the opportunity to write for 60cards.net. I should be writing a whole lot more over the next few months, so be sure to let Martin know he’s made a good decision!
Jose Marrero breaks down his top 5 decks for upcoming Regionals.
In this article Steven is reporting from the European Challenge Cup 2014 in Arnhem and describes his experience during the biggest tournament in Europe!
We would like to invite you for our second PTCGO tournament in 2014 ! Lets check out this article for more informations !
My Pokemoncard Life. This time I will be talking about my PTCG life in the late 2002.
Bunch of news came up in Japan’s Pokemon TCG Official Website today, including Deck Box and Sleeves and brand new cards!
We would like to invite you for our first PTCGO tournament in 2014 ! Lets check out this article for more informations !
This article is about the "boss" decks in current metagame and Justin want to share his thoughts about them with you ! Lets check em out inside ! Have a fun !
My Pokemoncard Life. This time I will be talking about my PTCG life in the late 2001 to 2002.
After analyzing what can lead to a bad list, we review the choices made by a successful player (Jason K.) who is known for his consistent lists. We will cover the typical mindset a player should have to avoid choosing/building a bad list and how to garantee its flexibility.
Shedinja deck and report.
This Saturday we organized first 60cards.net Cup and its winner gave us short interview and his decklist. Lets take a look at inside !
Martin Janouš is thinking about mistakes and cheats, which happen in tournaments often.
We are happy to announce Pokémon Trading Card Game Online tournaments.
A few news from Japan!
Hello again people! This is Shintaro Ito, the author of Suicune / Terrakion Deck.
Hello again 60card readers! After having played two League Challenge tournaments and paying close attention to the results of the Regional tournaments in Europe, we can make a couple educated assessments on the state of the meta game as it is. Today I will be giving you my personal look into what I think of all of the popular decks and just how good of a choice I think these decks are for tournaments.
When you go to a tournament your list is your fate. There is luck and there is skill, but no can deny that, in the end, the list you choose (or build) will be the deciding factor. This is the first part of a series of articles focusing on the consequences of the decisions prior to entering a tournament and how we can make better decisions for better results.
In this article James takes a look at a rogue deck that was played at Nationals by a teammate and looks at it's viability under the new rules...
Hello again readers, this is Atsutoshi Kubo. Today is Friday, so we’ve got some news from Japan, and there are more than 10 cards revealed today!
Oh hay there fellow Pokémon trainers! This was originally intended to be an article on my pet deck Zebstrika, the superior horse Pokémon, but since it now sucks major stick due to Pokémon Catcher being nerfed from November 8th, I will hereby present you an analysis of the Regionals season, the upcoming format, and a completely new/old metagame deck.
Martin Janouš start his way for invite to World championship 2014. Check his report!
Bunch of news from Japan Today! New format came, and another big news came out today, as some of you may know.