2007 Pokémon Trading Card Game World Championships
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The 2007 Pokémon Trading Card Game World Championships was the fourth World Championships event hosted by the then Pokémon Organized Play (now Play! Pokémon). The event was located in Hawaii of the United States.
Miska Saari (Finland) was the defending Senior Division World Champion. Miska finished in sixth place, falling in the quarterfinals to the top-seed and eventual runner up Akira Miyazaki. Jeremy Scharff-Kim (United States) won the final over Akira, claiming the World Championship with a record of 9-1.
- Day 1 - Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) (6 Rounds Single Elimination)
- Day 2 - Participants with 6-0 Record from LCQ and players invited based on Ranking and National Championships performance.
- Day 2/3 - Top 16 Single Elimination
There was no official stream.
- Hiroki Yano becomes the first person to make the Finals in 2 seperate World Championships (he got 1st in Juniors last year, and got 2nd in Juniors this year).
- Half of the Top4 players (6/12) came from a single country (Japan).
- Tsuguyoshi Yamoto becomes only the second Master player to make the Top4 twice (the other being Jeremy Maron).
- Jeremy Maron and Jason Klackzynski are now the only Master players to win Worlds one year, and not make the cut in a subsequent year.
- Jeremy Scharff-Kim is now the 3rd World Champion to come from the state of Washington (after Mindy Lambkee, Juniors Champ in 2002, and Stuart Benson, Senior Champ in 2005).