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WPT Cambodia: Day 2 Chip Counts and Seat Draw

Table Seat Player Country/Region Chip Count Big Blinds
2 1 Loo Soon Yung Ben Malaysia 42,000 11
2 2 Ceesvin Abcaham Singapore 442,000 111
2 3 Ling Hoe Soh Singapore 52,000 13
2 4 Qiyuan Huang China 109,000 27
2 5 Steffen Endres Germany 27,000 7
2 6 Eric Tsai Taiwan 100,500 25
2 8 Stig Billgren Sweden 107,000 27
2 9 Wei Bing Low Malaysia 82,000 21
3 1 Alex Lee Singapore 152,000 38
3 2 Daji Chen China 152,000 38
3 3 Sungho Hong South Korea 115,000 29
3 4 Kok Wei Teoh Malaysia 285,000 71
3 5 Richard Marquez Philippines 417,000 104
3 6 Natalie Teh Malaysia 38,000 10
3 7 Lai Heng Foo Malaysia 47,000 12
3 8 Sean Keeton United Kingdom 189,000 47
3 9 Yuxiao Yu China 124,000 31
4 1 Alexis Cozon France 141,000 35
4 2 Hari Varma New Zealand 126,000 32
4 4 Leiguang Li China 262,000 66
4 5 Jiarong Guo Singapore 27,000 7
4 6 Michael Wood United States 239,000 60
4 7 Jack Hardcastle United Kingdom 211,000 53
4 8 Nadav Cohen Singapore 213,000 53
4 9 Kwo Chuan Soon Singapore 215,000 54
8 1 Jeffrey Davis United States 107,000 27
8 2 Khai Loon Poon Singapore 156,000 39
8 3 Yuwen Pan China 143,000 36
8 4 Julian Warhurst Australia 273,000 68
8 5 Dajia Chen China 266,000 67
8 7 Kartik Ved India 218,000 55
8 8 Sera Ota Japan 127,000 32
8 9 Hsien-Wei Lai Taiwan 239,000 60
9 1 Kue Seong Tchong Australia 133,000 33
9 2 Chee Foo Chen Malaysia 64,000 16
9 3 Jamie Flynn Ireland 135,000 34
9 4 Raju Jaruplavath India 125,000 31
9 5 Jaegwang Kim South Korea 239,000 60
9 6 Christopher Shebat United States 86,000 22
9 8 Dhaval Mudgal India 69,000 17
9 9 Markus Garberg Norway 66,000 17
10 1 Michael Hahn United States 110,000 28
10 2 Dewan Hassan Bangladesh 140,000 35
10 3 Youngjin Kim South Korea 199,000 50
10 4 Chung Fai Ngeow Malaysia 51,000 13
10 5 Takao Shimizu Japan 96,000 24
10 6 Deok-Yeong Lee South Africa 64,000 16
10 7 Romit Advani India 161,000 40
10 8 Jae Kyung Sim South Korea 228,000 57
10 9 Brett Kennedy Canada 130,000 33
12 1 Rhydian Wayland Mathias United Kingdom 105,000 26
12 2 Lay Ann Ong Singapore 139,000 35
12 4 Lei Zhang China 42,000 11
12 5 Seokchan Hwang South Korea 231,000 58
12 6 Jiyoung Kim South Korea 95,000 24
12 7 Michitaka Sekine Japan 78,000 20
12 8 Herman Sanne Sweden 202,000 51
12 9 Chenxu Zhang China 131,000 33
13 1 Kuang Hung Lee Taiwan 355,000 89
13 2 Justin Kadet United States 57,000 14
13 3 Aladin Reskallah France 303,000 76
13 4 Kai Fu Wong Malaysia 194,000 49
13 5 Jun Yan Kok Singapore 93,000 23
13 6 Ying Lin Chua Malaysia 174,000 44
13 7 Jakub Kotas Czech Republic 207,000 52
13 8 Mark Gruendemann Ireland 96,000 24
13 9 Pete Chen Taiwan 164,000 41
14 1 Didrik Mantor Norway 392,000 98
14 2 Mikael Doverklint Sweden 57,000 14
14 3 Madhav Gupta India 70,000 18
14 4 Ming Hong Teoh Malaysia 154,000 39
14 5 Dongsheng Xia China 124,000 31
14 6 Edward Pastoll South Africa 143,000 36
14 7 Guillaume Lecointre France 63,000 16
14 8 Dan Alexandrovitz Israel 154,000 39
15 1 Cyril Bickel France 123,000 31
15 2 Hoong Kiat Tan Malaysia 108,000 27
15 3 Christos Vlahos Australia 200,000 50
15 4 Jiazhi Zhong China 68,000 17
15 6 Edgar Kim South Korea 406,000 102
15 7 Seung-Soo Jeon South Korea 218,000 55
15 8 Si Yang Phua Singapore 139,000 35
15 9 Naoto Harada Japan 225,000 56
16 1 Tom Alner United Kingdom 64,000 16
16 2 Daniel Sinaguglia Canada 157,000 39
16 3 Cyrille Rousset France 81,000 20
16 4 Yoke W N/A 123,000 31
16 6 Linh Tran Vietnam 196,000 49
16 7 Julien Rouxel France 72,000 18
16 8 Brian Tougias United States 170,000 43
16 9 Donghyun Kim South Africa 93,000 23
17 1 Ryan Revai Canada 125,000 31
17 2 Nicolas Ragot France 68,000 17
17 3 Apichai Jewampai Thailand 323,000 81
17 4 Wai Cheong Mak Malaysia 128,000 32
17 5 Arravind Udayakumar Singapore 312,000 78
17 7 Clement Van Driessche France 53,000 13
17 8 Piet Pape Germany 129,000 32
17 9 Ari Kumpumaki Finland 151,000 38
18 2 Jieming Xu China 211,000 53
18 3 Hong Leong Kho Malaysia 170,000 43
18 4 Noah Weimer United States 221,000 55
18 5 Justin Skovholt United States 136,000 34
18 6 Phanlert Sukonthachartnant Thailand 122,000 31
18 7 Mitja Rudolf Slovenia 384,000 96
18 8 Burin Shinawatra Thailand 212,000 53
18 9 Simon Quintal Canada 107,000 27
19 1 Vincent Chauve France 131,000 33
19 2 Gareth Chantler Canada 173,000 43
19 3 Ihor Yerofieiev Ukraine 86,000 22
19 5 Go Mori Japan 236,000 59
19 6 Lester Pinto Singapore 125,000 31
19 7 Hobart Adkins United States 66,000 17
19 8 Nick Blackburn United States 88,000 22
19 9 Jingjing Ke China 486,000 122
20 1 Kinn Keong Yeow Singapore 263,000 66
20 2 Leo Worthington-Leese United Kingdom 151,000 38
20 3 Roger Bratley Greece 124,000 31
20 4 Paawan Bansal India 33,000 8
20 5 Duy Tung Nguyen Vietnam 129,000 32
20 6 Suchart Angunsri Thailand 148,000 37
20 7 Kiat Leong Ng Malaysia 119,000 30
20 8 Peter Leworthy Australia 211,000 53
20 9 Yuanxi Chen Singapore 101,000 25
21 1 Derek Ong Singapore 153,000 38
21 2 Andrew Kibsey Canada 162,000 41
21 3 Mohammed Ladak Ukraine 95,000 24
21 4 Yong Cheong Foo Singapore 156,000 39
21 5 Junzhong Loo Malaysia 91,000 23
21 6 Daniel Lim Singapore 99,000 25
21 7 Kensuke Koizumi Japan 179,000 45
21 9 Kelvin Beattie Australia 109,000 27
22 1 Sven Mc Dermott Ireland 199,000 50
22 2 Meherzad Munsaf India 70,000 18
22 3 Thomas Ward New Zealand 116,000 29
22 4 Tong Tan Singapore 122,000 31
22 5 Romain Nussmann Taiwan 120,000 30
22 6 Lim-Wai Cheung United Kingdom 158,000 40
22 7 Anh Khiem Phan Vietnam 70,000 18
22 8 Siwei Yu China 87,000 22
23 1 Ping Liu United States 156,000 39
23 2 Dave Erquiaga Philippines 152,000 38
23 3 Chee Hoong Lai Malaysia 91,000 23
23 4 Xianling Chen China 118,000 30
23 5 Hoyt Corkins United States 127,000 32
23 6 Abhinav Iyer India 367,000 92
23 7 Rindra N N/A 139,000 35
23 8 Andre Lettau Germany 45,000 11
Louis Hartwell

Louis Hartwell

Graduated in Media Communication at the University of Lausanne, Louis Hartman is a co-founder of somuchpoker.com. He began his career in Cambodia as freelance journalist. In same time he was making his living by playing poker every night at that time. Intense learner, he read dozens of poker strategy books to improve his skills during many years. With a strong interest about poker "behind the scene" in Asia and his communication skills, Louis launched Somuchpoker in 2014.

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