Starting out as someone who is quite selfish and arrogant, Chazz Princeton believed himself to be the most elite Duelist in the school. Serving as one of Jaden's rivals, he shares many similarities to Seto Kaiba, forming a similar relationship as Kaiba is to Yugi.
Draw Sense: Low Level Can be used each time your Life Points decrease by 1800. In the Draw Phase, istead of doing a normal draw, draw a level 1-4 monster card.
Ojama Go! Can be used each time your Life Points decrease by 1800. Special Summon "Ojama Token" on your opponent's side of the field in Defense Position. This Skill can only be used once per Duel.
Ojama Overflow Can be used after your Life Points are at 500 or below. Special Summon Ojama Tokens to all available Monster Card Zones on your opponent's side of the Field. This skill can only be used once per Duel.
Dragonic Fusion At the beginning of the Duel, add Dragon's Mirror to your Deck and shuffle it. Then, add Five-Headed Dragon to your Extra Deck. Can be used when your Life Points decrease by 1800. Instead of conducting your normal draw, Dragon's Mirror is added to your hand from your deck. This Skill can only be used once per Duel.
While not very useful on their own, they have many support cards to help them with their combos. with cards like Ojamagic, it can easily lead to Ojama King, or for trbute summoning high level monsters.
One of his high level signature card is the VWXYZ (A-to-Z). A fusion monster that doesn't require polymerization since they are union monsters. They are mostly Light Machine-Type that can "fuse" when they are together on the field, resulting in a combination of different letter using the lower level A-Z monsters.
Going from level 3, to level 5, 7, and 10, the armed dragon monsters all have good attack and strong effects. While seemingly difficult to summon, there are some support cards that can be used to get these monsters out quickly, like Level Up!, or Level Modulation.
It's quite possible he actually does. He has fewer SR/UR cards than most of the DM characters, and it's quite possible each card is its own "slot" on the potential drops, meaning more potential cards increases the odds. Just a guess, but it's plausible.