The dates for Galaxy's weekly Yu-Gi-Oh! Tournament at Sugar Grove is as follow (All dates are Friday, starting at 6 pm)

May 3, 10,17, 31,

June 7, 14,

July 5, 19, 

August 2, 16, 23, 30,  

September 6, 13, 20, 27,

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The Lord of the Tachyon Galaxy Sneak Peek is coming to Galaxy in Naperville on Saturday, 5/11/13, starting at 10 am. And will have a second one starting at 4 pm in Sugar Grove.

The Following is provided by the Konami: 

As with every set, Lord of the Tachyon Galaxy includes 10 Bonus Cards (previously available only in Japan), plus 10 World Premiere cards never before seen anywhere on Earth! You won't want to miss out!

Sneak Peek: What is it?

A Sneak Peek is your first look inside the latest booster set. New Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME booster sets are released every three months, featuring 100 brand new cards! Add these new cards to your collection, or create a new Deck based on the featured new themes, or add the new cards to your current Decks to make them more powerful than ever.

At a Sneak Peek, you’ll get 5 booster packs of the latest set, and use just those cards to build a new Deck. The minimum Deck size at a Sneak Peek is lowered to 20 cards. Since only these new cards are used, everyone has a chance to win their Duels!

While you’re having fun with your new cards, you might win a special Lord of the Tachyon Galaxy Game Mat. Additional booster packs will not be awarded, but you can buy more packs of Lord of the Tachyon Galaxy on May 17 in stores everywhere!

For Parents

If your child is younger, shy, or just getting into Yu-Gi-Oh!, a Sneak Peek is a good first stop. Some tournaments can be intimidating, with highly competitive players, but these Sneak Peek events are more casual and fun. These are some of the best events for new Duelists since everybody has access to the same cards. If your child is nervous about asking a stranger to Duel against, ask the store personnel to help. Sneak Peeks are all about everyone having a good time with their new cards.

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