With Round 1 of the Weiss Schwarz Invitationals coming to a close, I thought I’d take a moment to deliver my deck tech as promised! You’ve probably already seen the build on the event’s Encore Decks page, so I’ll just briefly go over how and why I ended up playing it. Want a video version of my thoughts? Check out my deck tech interview with From 2 to 4 😛
When I made this kind of compilation for this year’s Spingfest, it was really well received, so here we go again: BCS 2019 has come to an end & here are all the decks that topped this season!
As usual, Bushiroad is months behind on officially posting the winners and their deck lists, so for the time being, most of the table below relies on community information – huge thanks to everyone who helped me fill out the blanks, I couldn’t be doing this without you guys!
As more lists are uploaded to the official site, I’ll keep updating the table with links and corrected information if necessary – once all info is released, I’ll add a note letting you know that the table is now final. But until then, if you spot a mistake somewhere, please let me know so I can correct it! Full update log can be found here.
Because Bushi sometimes takes their sweet time releasing even just the names of the top 4 decks, about a third of this table is still unofficial for the time being – I’ll keep updating it until all the official info is out.
At locations for which they’ve already published the full top bracket and deck lists, I’ve added links to each individual deck list in the table (as usual, they only publish deck lists for the top 3 teams though). At all other locations, deck placements are based on either Bushi’s FB posts or information I’ve gathered from players who were there – big thanks to everyone who helped me put this together!
*Note – As of August 5th, all of this data should match their official posts and website entries.