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Kyle Sucevich

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Kyle Sucevich, right, shaking hands with winner Justin Sanchez after the 2011 United States National Championships

Kyle Sucevich, known affectionately as Pooka, born February 4, 1989, is one of the most successful Pokémon Trading Card Game players of all-time. Sucevich boasts a long list of accomplishments, including arguably the most impressive collection of finishes at the U.S. National Championships. He is also, along with Josue Rojano, Michael Pramawat, and Drew Holton, a founding member of The Top Cut, a popular Pokémon TCG fansite focusing on competitive aspects of the game.

Notable tournament performances

Personal

Sucevich is currently pursuing a degree in computer science at Marquette University in Wisconsin. In-person, he is relatively quiet and analytical while remaining friendly and personable.

Trivia

  • While he has had a remarkable showing at the United States National Championships, Sucevich has had largely lackluster performances in the World Championships he has attended. Interestingly, this is a similar situation as that of two-time World Champion Jason Klaczynski, who rarely performs well at Nationals.



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