12/13/2018 by Jose Marrero
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What's going on, 60cards readers! Who's ready for the Anaheim Regional Championships this weekend? I'm excited to be going to Anaheim again especially because of where the venue is this year. The Anaheim Convention Center is a sight to see, especially since it was our 2017 Worlds location. Going into Anaheim Regionals, I should be ranked 7th in the NA/Canada leaderboards, with a solid 512 Championship Points. It's weird, because I honestly felt I haven't done too much this season, yet I'm somehow at 512 CP and I missed the Nashville Open entry, unfortunately. Then again as long as you keep getting CP at events you can stay at the top. After finishing 17th going into Worlds last year I'm even hungrier this year to get that prestigious Day 2 advancement.
This weekend I expect to hit my invite, so that should be exciting, but there are still plenty more events ahead of us. The Top 4 grind is crazier than ever this season, with players already having 750+ CP. Anyway, for this next article, I am going to analyze one of my favorite Expanded decks, Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX. For those that didn't know, last season I actually made Top 8 at Dallas Regionals with the deck in question. Obviously, now the list has to be tweaked quite a bit because of the banning of certain cards, and new cards being placed into the format that give the deck an extra boost.
With that said, let's take a look at Zoroark-GX/Golisopod-GX in Expanded.
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