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SuPeRbOoMfAn "Boom" "FalcoMaster3000"
Character info
Smash 64 mains Captain Falcon, Pikachu, Kirby
Other Smash 64 characters Donkey Kong, Yoshi, Fox, Ness, Luigi, Jigglypuff, Mario, Samus, Link
Melee mains Marth, Falco, Fox
Other Melee character Captain Falcon
Brawl main Snake
Other Brawl character Falco
Smash 4 main Robin
Other Smash 4 character Captain Falcon
Team info
Former sponsor(s) Panda
Former crews Prodigies of Premium Smash, The Edmonton Gamers
Rankings and results info
Most recent ranking Super Smash Bros. 2023 Smash 64 Power Rankings: 3rd
Winnings Super Smash Bros. ~$14,160.83
Personal info
Real name Daniel Hoyt
Birth date (age 33)
Location Toronto, Ontario Canada

SuPeRbOoMfAn is a Super Smash Bros. Captain Falcon, Kirby, and Pikachu tri-main from Alberta, Canada who is widely considered one of the best Smash 64 players and was considered the best player in the world in 2018. He is considered the best Captain Falcon main in the world; one of the best Pikachu mains in the world, alongside Alvin, Gerson, and Mariguas; and one of the best Kirby mains in the world, alongside Fukurou, kysk, and Moyashi. He is renowned for his adept character roster, and has maintained an unparalleled level of dominance in North America. SuPeRbOoMfAn is currently ranked 3rd on the 2023 Smash 64 Power Rankings.

He and JaimeHR comprise the best static doubles teams in the world, dubbed Team Mejor, and enjoy a high level of dominance in the North American scene.

In Melee, SuPeRbOoMfAn is a Marth, Falco, and Fox co-main, but has admitted that he does not take the game nearly as seriously as Smash 64. SuPeRbOoMfAn was formerly ranked 3rd on the Edmonton Melee Power Rankings.

On January 17th, 2017, alongside Rich Brown, SuPeRbOoMfAn was signed by Panda.[1] On July 8th, 2020, he and Panda would part ways.[2]


Super Smash Bros.[edit]

64 League Rankings[edit]

Ranking Time period Rank Character(s) Notes
2016 64 League Rankings January 15th-November 13th, 2016 2nd C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Kirby's head icon from SSB.
2017 64 League Rankings 2017 4th C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.
2018 64 League Rankings December 9th, 2017-December 16th, 2018 1st C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.Kirby's head icon from SSB.


Ranking Time period Rank Character(s) Notes
2019-2020 Smash 64 Power Rankings January 1st, 2019-March 31st, 2020 2nd Kirby's head icon from SSB.Pikachu's head icon from SSB.C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.
2023 Smash 64 Power Rankings January 14th-November 17th-19th, 2023 3rd Kirby's head icon from SSB.Fox's head icon from SSB.C. Falcon's head icon from SSB.Yoshi's head icon from SSB.Mario's head icon from SSB.


SuPeRbOoMfAn's playstyle has been described as heavily defensive by Jouske. His technical skill is among the best in the world, and he maintains an extensive knowledge match-up specifics and aspects of the game's physics. His spacing, in tandem with his patience, enable him to consistently follow his opponent's movements, and exploit openings, wherein he utilises heavily optimised punishes.

He is known to have incredible situational DI.

Tournament history[edit]

Online Beginnings[edit]

SuPeRbOoMfAn began playing Smash 64 online through Kaillera in early 2004, where he obtained practice with prominent players such as JaimeHR, Bane, and Dark Link X. He developed into one of the best players online, and founded Prodigies of Premium Smash along with ECartman, a crew that dominated the online scene. He began participating in tournaments in 2007.


At GENESIS 2, he placed 1st, taking his first major, double eliminating Isai. He repeated this performance at Apex 2012 six months later, double eliminating Isai again. In Doubles, he placed 2nd with JaimeHR, being double eliminated by Isai and Nintendude.

SuPeRbOoMfAn returned to attend Apex 2013 the next year, placing 3rd. He took sets off of Banze and Sensei, before falling to Kikoushi. In Losers' he defeated JaimeHR and Ruoka Dancho, before being eliminated by Isai.

SuPeRbOoMfAn won Zenith 2013, double eliminating Sensei. He notably played Kirby, using a keyboard, before switching back to a controller after falling into a set disadvantage.

Repeating his Apex 2013 placing, at Apex 2014, SuPeRbOoMfAn again placed 3rd, being double eliminated by Moyashi.

At Zenith 2014, SuPeRbOoMfAn placed 1st, without losing a game. He double eliminated KeroKeroppi, and defeated Wizzrobe. He won Doubles with The Z, double eliminating Firo and Nintendude.

In August of 2014, SuPeRbOoMfAn traveled to Peru with Mariguas and Herbert Von Karajan to attend Tacna 2014, placing 3rd. He defeated many of their notable players, but was double eliminated by Marka. In what was considered a purposeful move, during his set against Gerson, who was widely considered the country's best player, SuPeRbOoMfAn played an infamously campy style on Hyrule Castle, with the set taking over an hour. It is thought that his play was designed as a method to demonstrate the flaws of the stage to the Peruvian community.

SuPeRbOoMfAn started 2015 by placing 1st at Echo 2015 Winter, defeating YBOMBB and The Z. He won Doubles with Fck Vwls, double eliminating The Z and Revan. At Apex 2015, SuPeRbOoMfAn placed 1st, dropping only two games, to Wizzrobe and tacos; however, he would go on to sweep through his bracket, and double eliminate tacos, solidifying his status as the best player in North America. With JaimeHR, they won Doubles. In June of 2015 at Smash of Ages 2015, SuPeRbOoMfAn once again placed 1st, defeating Kyle Tree, JaimeHR, Mariguas, and tacos. He and JaimeHR won Doubles without dropping a single game.

He travelled to Japan for Kanto 2015, which featured a single elimination bracket. He placed 5th, defeating Takuro~, before falling to Moyashi.

Rise of Challengers[edit]

Returning to attend GENESIS 3, and hoping to repeat his success at GENESIS 2, he fell slightly short. He placed 2nd, defeating tacos and double eliminating Wangera, before being double eliminated by wario.

In April of 2016, SuPeRbOoMfAn won Pound 2016, defeating Wizzrobe, and double eliminating tacos. He and tacos won Doubles, only losing a single game to Nintendude and Firo. He repeated that performance at Get On My Level 2016. In Singles, he lost only a single game, to KeroKerropi. He and Nintendude took Doubles, not losing a game. At Snosa 2016, he placed 1st, not losing a single game. In Doubles, he and JaimeHR placed 1st, though not without serious competition from both Isai and KeroKerropi, and Mariguas and Dext3r.

At Super Smash Con 2016, he placed 1st, defeating Mariguas, Isai, and double eliminating Wizzrobe. In Doubles, he and JaimeHR placed 2nd, being double eliminated by Isai and Alvin.

Attending Shine 2016, SuPeRbOoMfAn placed 1st, not dropping a single game. In Doubles, he and tacos placed 1st, only losing a game to Shears and Marbles. In September of that year, he attended Operation Desert Smash II, placing 1st, double eliminating D3xter. In Doubles, he and JaimeHr placed 1st, double eliminating tacos and D3xter.

SuPeRbOoMfAn placed 3rd at his namesake tournament, SuperBoomed, being double eliminated by Alvin. He and Firo placed 1st in Doubles, double eliminating Mariguas and Alvin.

In November of 2016, at Boss Battle 2, SuPeRbOoMfAn placed 1st, losing only one game to KeroKerropi, double eliminating him. Both he and Fireblaster placed 1st in Doubles, losing one game to DTan and DOGG. He ended the year on a high note, placing 1st at Don't Park on the Grass, without dropping a game. He and Wizzrobe teamed for Doubles, losing only one game to Jason and Mariguas.

Repeating his GENESIS 3 placement, he placed 2nd at GENESIS 4, being upset by Wizzrobe, and being eliminated by Alvin. He and JaimeHR solidly took Doubles, losing only two games.

He then won the following US tournaments without competition from Japan or Peru Keystoned 2017, Frame Perfect Series 2, Smash 'N' Splash 3 and Low Tier City 5.

At Super Smash Con 2017, he placed 4th, losing to Kurabba and Fukurou 2-3, which was his lowest placing at a US tournament until 2 years later.

The following time period until Super Smash Con 2019 would become his strongest. He finally broke his 2nd place trend at GENESIS 5, winning the event by defeating the number 1 ranked player of 2017, Fukurou, 3-2 in Winner's Finals and Alvin 3-1 in grand finals (following a loss to him in the first set 0-3 and a 3-1 in winner's semis). He also took the other super major this year, Super Smash Con 2018 (with the absence of Japanese top players Wario, Kurabba, Kysk and Fukurou) defeating Alvin again. He also won all other majors he attended until SSC 2019.

At Super Smash Con 2019, he had to play Alvin and kysk very early, at round 1 and 2 in the top 32 double elimination bracket, thanks to both being upset in pools. He defeated Alvin's Falcon going Kirby, but lost with Pikachu against kysk's Kirby. In the loser's side he defeated Prince and Josh Brody but eventually lost to Kurabba's Yoshi (going Captain Falcon) in a close 2-3 set which led to a 5th place, his tied lowest placing ever.

After that tournament, he announced that he will stop competing, leaving it unclear whether it is an indefinite hiatus or a permanent retirement. As reasons he stated his frustration over micro lag on console play making him sometimes do an up-smash instead of a short hop up-air which could be fixed by switching to emulators, being busy with school schedule, getting very anxious when playing and not knowing why, suffering from Diabetes and his blood sugar level and frustration about how the rankings where handled, being too low in the 2017 64 League Rankings and the lack of a 2018 ranking.

Tournament placings[edit]

Super Smash Bros.[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
At Melee's End December 15th-16th, 2007 1st
SFU 6 April 19th-20th, 2008 1st 1st Unityole
SFU Tri-Smash 2 January 3rd, 2009 1st 1st Dynamism
Tourney Play #4 February 12th-14th, 2010 2nd 1st Kefit
GENESIS 2 July 15th-17th, 2011 1st
Apex 2012 January 6th-8th, 2012 1st 2nd JaimeHR
Apex 2013 January 11th-13th, 2013 3rd
SWEET XII March 30th, 2013 1st
Zenith 2013 June 1st-2nd, 2013 1st
STYC4 August 24th-25th, 2013 1st
Apex 2014 January 17th-19th, 2014 3rd 1st JaimeHR
Zenith 2014 August 2nd-3rd, 2014 1st 1st The Z
FGX 2014 August 9th-10th, 2014 1st
Tacna 2014 August 27th, 2014 3rd
COA VI November 1st, 2014 1st
ECHO 2015 Winter January 10th, 2015 1st 1st Fck Vwls
Apex 2015 January 30th-February 1st, 2015 1st 1st JaimeHR
Smash of Ages 2015 June 6th, 2015 1st 1st JaimeHR
Smash @ Xanadu August 5th, 2015 1st
Super Smash Con 2015 August 6th-9th, 2015 1st 1st tacos
Operation Desert Smash August 29th, 2015 1st 1st JaimeHR
Kanto 2015 September 20th, 2015 5th
TCEG Con 2015 October 9th-12th, 2015 1st
Hitstun 3 December 12th, 2015 1st 1st Fireblaster
GENESIS 3 January 15th-17th, 2016 2nd 1st JaimeHR
S@X 134 January 25th, 2016 1st
Pound 2016 April 2nd-3rd, 2016 1st 1st tacos
Darkhouse 1 April 4th, 2016 1st
S@LT #26 April 5th, 2016 1st
Get On My Level 2016 May 20th-22nd, 2016 1st 1st Nintendude
SFS #22 June 15th, 2016 1st
SFS #23 June 17th, 2016 2nd
Snosa 2016 June 18th-19th, 2016 1st 1st JaimeHR
Darkhouse 12 August 10th, 2016 1st
Super Smash Con 2016 August 11th-14th, 2016 1st 2nd JaimeHR
Shine 2016 August 26th-28th, 2016 1st 1st tacos
Operation Desert Smash II September 9th-11th, 2016 1st 1st JaimeHR
SuperBoomed October 22nd-23rd, 2016 3rd 1st Firo
Bloomington Bi-Weekly November 10th, 2016 1st 1st Lou Sanus
Boss Battle 2 November 12th-13th, 2016 1st 1st Fireblaster
Don't Park on the Grass December 17th-18th, 2016 1st 1st Wizzrobe
GENESIS 4 January 20th-22nd, 2017 2nd 1st JaimeHR
Keystoned 2017 March 11th-12th, 2017 1st 1st Stranded
Frame Perfect Series 2 March 18th-19th, 2017 1st
Battle Arena Melbourne 9 May 12th-14th, 2017 1st
Smash 'N' Splash 3 June 2nd-4th, 2017 1st 1st Wizzrobe
Called Out! July 22nd, 2017 1st
Low Tier City 5 August 5th-6th, 2017 1st 1st Wizzrobe
Super Smash Con 2017 August 10th-13th, 2017 4th 2nd JaimeHR
Boss Battle 3 September 30th-October 1st, 2017 1st 1st Dext3r
Hitstun 5 December 9th-10th, 2017 1st 1st Zero
GENESIS 5 January 19th-21st, 2018 1st 3rd JaimeHR
Taco, tacos Smash! February 16th, 2018 1st
Keystoned II March 10th-11th, 2018 1st 1st Fireblaster
Get On My Level 2018 May 18th-20th, 2018 1st 1st Derek
Smash 'N' Splash 4 June 1st-3rd, 2018 1st
Called Out 3 June 23rd, 2018 1st 1st Preston
Operation Desert Smash 3 July 13th-15th 2018 1st
Super Smash Con 2018 August 9th-12th, 2018 1st 2nd JaimeHR
Shine 2018 August 24th-26th, 2018 1st
Boss Battle 4 September 28th-30th, 2018 1st
The Big House 8 October 5th-7th, 2018 1st
GameTyrant Expo 2018 November 2nd-4th, 2018 1st 1st Wizzrobe
Keystoned III March 9th, 2019 1st 1st Robert
Snosa IV March 16th-17th, 2019 1st
Get On My Level 2019 May 17th-19th, 2019 1st 1st tacos
Smash 'N' Splash 5 May 31st-June 2nd, 2019 1st
Super Smash Con 2019 August 8th-11th, 2019 5th
Quarantined Rapport East Online March 28th-29th, 2020 1st
RAINN Charity Tournament East Online July 11th, 2020 1st
Xanadu Origins May 6th-7th, 2023 2nd 1st Dogs_Johnson
Michigan Monthly #6 June 2nd-3rd, 2023 1st
Crovyfest June 10th, 2023 1st 1st epad10
Super Smash Con 2023 August 10-13, 2023 3rd 1st Isai
Frame 13 November 4th, 2023 1st 1st etab
Battle At The Border '23 November 10th-12th, 2023 1st 1st Janco

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
At Melee's End December 15th-16th, 2007 7th
SFU 6 April 19th-20th, 2008 5th 4th Meta
CAST4 November 22nd-23rd, 2008 9th 5th Killlock
SFU Tri-Smash 2 January 3rd, 2009 7th 3rd FalseFalco
GENESIS July 10th-12th, 2009 97th
Tourney Play #3 October 17th, 2009 9th
Tourney Play #4 February 12th-14th, 2010 9th
GENESIS 2 July 15th-17th, 2011 129th 61st 1XTC
Smash Till You Crash 4 August 24th-25th, 2013 4th
Calgary Smash Chronicles II January 4th-5th, 2014 5th 1st KillLock
FGX 2014 August 9th-10th, 2014 1st
S@X 134 January 27th, 2016 9th

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
SFU Tri-Smash 2 January 3rd, 2009 1st 1st liverymen
GENESIS July 10th-12th, 2009 97th
Tourney Play #3 October 16th-18th, 2009 7th 5th Deva
Tourney Play #4 February 12th-14th, 2010 7th 5th Praxis
Phoenix Brawl 4 October 15th-16th, 2010 1st 1st KillLock
GENESIS 2 July 15th-17th, 2011 49th 13th KillLock
Phoenix Brawl 7 April 28th, 2012 13th 1st KillLock
Calgary Smash Chronicles II January 4th-5th, 2014 1st KillLock

Project M[edit]

Tournament Date 1v1 placement 2v2 placement Partner
Calgary Smash Chronicles II January 4th-5th, 2014 4th 2nd KillLock


Tacna 2014[edit]

At Tacna 2014, a Hyrule Castle-only tournament, SuPeRbOoMfAn played in an infamously campy style against Gerson in Losers' Semis. Speculation arose that he intended to demonstrate the flaws of the stage to the Peruvian community. Roughly half a year later, Peru had their first Dream Land-only tournament, with Gerson placing first.

While Gerson initially offered to play on Dream Land, SuPeRbOoMfAn refused due to the tournament rules stating that Hyrule Castle is the only legal stage. SuPeRbOoMfAn won, in a set that endured over an hour. As the rule-set stated that the player in the lead is not required to approach the other player in a camping situation, SuPeRbOoMfAn did not act as the aggressor, and Gerson was warned multiple times throughout the first game that he was required to approach SuPeRbOoMfAn since Gerson was losing. When SuPeRbOoMfAn was warned for similar behaviour in subsequent games, he argued that he deserved just as much time as Gerson took.

There were accusations that SuPeRbOoMfAn's behaviour was unsportsmanlike, and claims that he left a bad impression of the North American scene in South America.


SuPeRbOoMfAn returned to Edmonton, after several years of living in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta and Fredericton, New Brunswick. Upon his return, he entered a weekly with the tag FalcoMaster3000, wearing a balaclava and sunglasses, and surprised participants and spectators with his skill, solidly taking first using a combination of Marth, Falco, and Fox. He did not speak once during the entire tournament.[3]

Although he had never publicly claimed to be the mysterious figure, profile matches and a combination of coincidences led to a general consensus that SuPeRbOoMfAn was indeed FalcoMaster3000.

During the "Smash Masters" event at Super Smash Con 2018, SuPeRbOoMfAn humorously arrived on stage with his signature balaclava and sunglasses, confirming his secret identity.

Gameplay videos[edit]

Super Smash Bros.[edit]


  • In his AMA, SuPeRbOoMfAn established his growing thoughts on the meta and future of Smash 64.[4]
    • He dislikes the growing saturation of Pikachus and Kirbys, and attributes his growing usage of Pikachu as his attempt to demonstrate Pikachu's over-viability.[5][6]
    • Furthermore, he considers the over-saturation of Pikachu and Kirby to be hindering the scene's growth, noting that participation and interest are dwindling as both characters become more and more prominent, and the importance of holding and gaining interest as the Smash 64 competitive scene hits its stride.[7][8]
    • SuPeRbOoMfAn has stated that while he would be interested in travelling to Japan again, he expresses no interest in returning to Peru, citing his perception of disrespect from the Peruvian scene, and possible safety concerns.[9]
    • He considers Dream Land to be the best option for a competitive meta, and that while other stages are interesting, their own quirks make them less than appealing.[10]
  • SuPeRbOoMfAn (8-5) and Wizzrobe (2-1) are the only two players in North America to have a positive record over Isai, although neither of them have defeated his Pikachu.
  • His alternate persona while playing Kirby is known as GodMasterKirby, or GMK.
  • SuPeRbOoMfAn occasionally plays using a keyboard, accompanied by the name KeyboardKing when doing so.
  • SuPeRbOoMfAn frequently enters local Melee tournaments using the alias, DildoKing.
  • SuPeRbOoMfAn speedruns the Crash Bandicoot series, and currently holds 2nd place in 100%. Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back.[11]

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