After a day filled with close matches and popular decks being played in many different and unique ways, across the Junior, Senior, and Masters Divisions a total of 48 Pokémon Trading Card Game players will be moving on to tomorrow to compete to be 2011 Pokémon World Champions.

Take a look at who made it the Pokémon Trading Card Game Championships Top 16:

Junior Division
Gustavo Wada (BR)
Jonas Rasmussen (DE)
Kohei Takenaka (JP)
Colter Decker (US)
Martin Guillemet (FR)
Ethan Christopher (US)
Alex Krekeler (US)
Patrick Martinez (US)
Klein Houmani (US)
Sydney Morisoli (US)
Thomas Guillemet (FR)
Devon Roth (US)
Joseph Nawal (US)
Jan Zimmer (CZ)
Simon Taylor (US)
Keito Arai (JP)

Senior Division
Ryan Mcgregor (US)
Grafton Roll (US)
Jacob Lesage (CA)
Fares Sekkoum (GB)
Niko Kivimaki (FI)
Johannes Martikkala (FI)
Miloslav Posledni(CZ)
Marco Facchin (IT)
Adler Pierce (US)
Kay Ludecke (DE)
Christopher Kan (AU)
Luke Burke (GB)
Brian Hathaway (US)
William Boatman (US)
Yuka Furusawa (JP)
Xavier Delfosse (CH)

Masters Division
Sami Sekkoum (GB)
Dylan Bryan (US)
Luke Reed (US)
Josh Wittenkeller (US)
Tom Dolezal (US)
Jeremy Jallen (US)
David Meulenbroeks (NL)
Lorenzo Voltolina (IT)
Filipp Lausch (AT)
David Cohen (US)
Mitchel Silva (US)
Jay Hornung (US)
Miska Saari (FI)
Josue Palomino (MX)
Dylan Lefavour (US)
Ross Cawthon (US)

View the standings to check out the Pokémon World Championship matchups and tournament results.