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Serious question - Yugioh deaths

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M A T T I E    1

Hello all, I have a rather serious question to drop.. I've noticed there's like dozens of threads stating that successful Yugioh players have died in the past and in the recent. I'm not trying to say there's any conspiracy involved but why are these young people dying so much? Is there some type of crazy double standard where most yugioh players are obese or drug addicted or something or is this all solely based on chance of circumstance? I see like a dozen in deaths in a few month period and considering the age of these people it's rather outrageously concerning seeing as so many of them die.. Any ideas?

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Haruki    9163

they are actually in soul prison

 

Image result for pegasus soul card

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Jazz    5065

can we ban this guy already please

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Carbon    1862

Many people played yugioh in its prime and loads of people die everyday. There's no conspiracy besides most people who played yugioh probably never took care of themselves and died from being overweight and having health problems. I wouldn't say most "yugioh" players are obese. I'd say most people are.

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Carbon    1862

and drugs are awesome but only used responsibly 

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BuildTheWalia    197
3 hours ago, Carbon said:

I wouldn't say most "yugioh" players are obese. I'd say most people are.

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I wonder where you live...

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