A high cost deck that has a potential of ending the duel in two turns.
Using Kaibaman, you can special summon Blue-Eyes very easily without using monsters for tribute summon. Part of what makes this card good is because it can be obtain from the card trader instead of packs, making it easy to obtain and having more than 1 copy, as well as special summoning a high attack monster compared to Black Dragon's Chick.
What makes this deck strong is using BEWD together with Champion's Vigilance. With just 3 cards, you can summon a high attack monster that can prevent your opponent from summoning monsters, or negate a spell/trap card to prevent their plays.
Early in the duel, you can either summon BEWD right away with Champion's Vigilance if you have them, or set a Blue Dragon Summoner to get a BEWD. Once you manage to get BEWD and champion's vigilance, you can regain board control by preventing your opponent from summoning so you can direct attack, or use it to negate traps your opponent might use that can stop your attack.
Setting a champion vigilance early before you summon BEWD can be good to get it ready for when you summon the dragon, but there's always a risk of it being locked by Sergeant Electro, or Nobleman of Extermination. If you want to play it safe, set it once you summon BEWD and don't attack if you are unsure if your opponent has a Mirror Wall or any other defensive cards.
Red-Eyes B. Dragon
|This deck is also usable with Red-Eyes, with its support cards Red-Eyes Spirit and Black Dragon's Chick.|
Vanguard of the Dragon
|Using more lower level monsters will prevent possible dead hands.|
|Effective in a Dragon monsters only deck. This can help with summoning Blue-Eyes easier.|
Kaiser Sea Horse
|Helps with summoning Blue-Eyes, and this won't give away your Champion's Vigilance plays.|