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WPT Vietnam Season XVIII – Main Event Day 2 – Seat Draw

Name Table Seat Country  Chips 
Jeonggyu Cho 1 1 South Korea 93,500
Nguyen Dang Long 1 2 Vietnam 11,900
You Heung Youl 1 3 South Korea 69,000
Aaron Lim 1 4 Australia 108,700
Chen Yuanxi 1 5 Singapore 71,200
Manh Hoang 1 6 Vietnam 153,200
Joel Hammen 1 7 USA 88,500
Huynh Duc Tai 1 9 Vietnam 268,000
Vaibhav Sharma 2 1 India 83,800
Sean Ragozzini 2 2 Australia 69,700
Van Sang Nguyen 2 3 Vietnam 80,800
Zhao Jiajun 2 4 China 68,100
Jun Yamada 2 5 Thailand 58,600
Co Chung Chuen 2 6 Hong Kong 55,000
Chen Xian Ling 2 7 China 37,700
Alok Birewar 2 9 India 103,800
Laksh Pal Singh 3 2 India 87,300
Yen Yau Shern 3 3 Malaysia 77,300
Wayne Heung 3 4 HongKong 44,500
Phan Huu Minh Tri 3 5 Vietnam 113,200
Bobby Zhuo Xing Hua 3 6 Singapore 100,800
Dang Duy Thanh 3 7 Vietnam 124,800
Kjell-Ove Dyb 3 8 Norway 74,600
Rubin Labroo 3 9 India 188,000
Hai Janus 4 1 Vietnam 46,400
Jin Yong 4 2 Malaysia 79,800
Vincent Huang 4 3 Australia 58,100
Kunal Patni 4 4 India 34,700
Ronak Vyas 4 6 India 53,800
Gerald Karlic 4 7 Austria 112,000
Dinh Xuan Dinh 4 8 Vietnam 64,700
Bobby Zhang 4 9 Australia 26,000
Neeraj Kumar 5 1 India 57,600
Sriharsha Doddapanent 5 2 India 66,000
Lewis Higham 5 3 England 140,900
Soo Jo Kim 5 4 Korea 136,300
Vu Duc Trung 5 5 Vietnam 43,700
Thananat Therdtakoonrat 5 6 Thailand 48,700
Oliver Helm 5 8 New Zealand 105,000
Iori Yogo 5 9 Japan 28,000
Hieu Ngo 6 1 Vietnam 64,300
Lee Sang In 6 2 Korea 217,600
Benedict Koh 6 3 Singapore 103,200
Choo Yonh Han 6 5 Singapore 39,100
Nazih Sibaei 6 6 Australia 87,100
Ben Kai 6 7 HongKong 36,500
Nguyen PhamThe Quan 6 8 Vietnam 41,400
Charalampos Lappas 6 9 Greece 76,700
Ashish Munot 7 1 India 92,700
Martin Stausholm 7 2 Austria 234,400
Nguyen Hung 7 3 Vietnam 63,400
Tran Anh Trung 7 4 Vietnam 172,500
Ben Andrews 7 6 United Kingdom 67,700
Sahil Agarwal 7 7 India 31,800
Linh Hoai Tran 7 8 Vietnam 118,400
Wu Yuanning 7 9 China 128,000
Ta Duy Quoc Chinh 8 1 Vietnam 95,400
Lim Yo Hwan 8 2 South Korea 21,700
Burin Shinawatra 8 3 Thailand 25,400
Li Kwan Ngai Vincent 8 4 HongKong 65,900
Tai Hsing Hsiung 8 5 Taiwan 108,800
Wong Fuk On 8 7 HongKong 25,700
Phan Quoc Toan 8 8 Vietnam 76,500
Tu Le 8 9 Australia 99,700
Edgar Evi Kim 9 1 Canada 49,700
Nguyen Ghi Thinh 9 3 Vietnam 144,000
Yuwen Pan 9 4 China 167,300
Yip Kwok Chun 9 5 Hong Kong 59,800
Gaurav Sood 9 6 India 29,900
Bin Zhang 9 7 China 87,700
Linh Tran 9 8 Vietnam 50,400
Ming Sang Chung 9 9 HongKong 82,100
Michael Seymour 10 1 Australia 96,800
Julius Lagman 10 2 Philippines 78,100
En Ching Wu 10 3 Taiwan 39,600
Arravind Udayakumar 10 5 Singapore 52,900
Terry Nguyen 10 6 Vietnam 68,000
Phachara Wongwichit 10 7 Thailand 95,700
Gonzva Benjamin 10 8 Thailand 72,700
Xiao Yucheng 10 9 China 100,100
Ping Liu 11 1 USA 48,000
Michael Wenzhong Fan 11 2 USA 66,700
Edgar Antezana 11 3 South Africa 114,000
Chi Chung Ho 11 4 HongKong 33,800
Guerrero Jimmy 11 5 UK 56,000
Jaideep Sajwan 11 7 India 56,500
Chen  Da Jia 11 8 China 119,600
Svihari B 11 9 India 73,100
Le Anh Minh 12 2 Vietnam 130,000
Chauve Vincent 12 3 France 114,400
Kiem Phan 12 4 Vietnam 120,600
Zhang Zhiwei 12 5 China 48,000
Thanh Quyen 12 6 Vietnam 123,000
Aditya Agarwal 12 7 India 51,800
Kenichi Takarabe 12 8 Japan 61,400
Khoi Nguyen 12 9 Vietnam 127,500
Doan Tieu Thanh 13 1 Vietnam 139,800
Tran Thanh Dat 13 2 Vietnam 29,400
Tran Cao Tam 13 3 Vietnam 40,000
Ma Chun Yu 13 4 Hong Kong 49,500
Nguyen Quang Huy 13 5 Vietnam 156,500
Darren Ong 13 6 Malaysia 51,100
Manish Lakhotia 13 7 India 135,900
William Kang 13 8 UK 226,900
Yin Mingbao 13 9 Singapore 84,000
Trinh Anh Dung 14 1 Vietnam 144,500
Minh Le 14 2 Vietnam 77,800
Andrew Tai 14 3 Singapore 104,500
Nguyen Duc Hop 14 4 Vietnam 99,200
Thai Sanh Bao Huy 14 5 Vietnam 131,800
Tom Alner 14 6 UK 111,700
Tung Nguyen 14 7 Vietnam 53,500
Hon Cheong Lee 14 8 HongKong 136,700
Tianliang Guan 14 9 China 144,500
Nguyen Hoang Huy 15 1 Vietnam 98,300
Josh McCully 15 2 Australia 114,700
Pham Duy Hung 15 3 Vietnam 25,600
Askshay Nasa 15 4 India 81,300
Phua Tzai Wei 15 5 Singapore 54,600
Nguyen Hoang Linh 15 6 Vietnam 46,500
Dinh Gia Hung 15 8 Vietnam 85,900
Peter Robertson 15 9 Australia 164,400
Pham Minh Tuan 16 1 Vietnam 244,500
Pham Minh Duc 16 2 Vietnam 83,000
Abhinav N Iyer 16 3 India 80,300
Nguyen Nam Duong 16 4 Vietnam 72,100
Yinfei Xiao 16 5 China 47,300
Weis Felix 16 6 Luxembourg 52,400
Ang Boon Seng 16 7 Singapore 72,700
JC Sayo 16 8 Philippines 52,700
Tran Nam Ty Trung 16 9 Vietnam 56,000
Sumit Sapra 17 1 India 79,000
Lau King Lun Alan 17 2 Hong Kong 83,500
Christopher Mateo 17 3 Philippines 272,000
David Wang 17 4 Australia 64,100
Andre Lettau 17 5 Austria 26,500
Nguyen Bao Trung 17 6 Vietnam 192,800
Hwang Sang-Yeon 17 7 HongKong 51,100
Francis Garson 17 8 France 67,900
Jae Wook Shin 17 9 South Korea 43,200
Lifeng Yang 18 1 China 57,000
Junichi Nakanowatari 18 2 Japan 108,400
Charlton Hawes 18 3 New Zealand 49,900
Jayjit Ray 18 4 India 29,500
Akash Shekhar 18 6 India 29,900
Binh Minh 18 7 Vietnam 111,500
Huynh Tan Dung 18 8 Vietnam 272,300
Nguyen Trong Quang 18 9 Vietnam 45,300
Alex Lindop 19 1 UK 28,400
Huy Pham 19 2 Vietnam 9,000
Pham Thanh Tung 19 4 Vietnam 213,900
Nguyen Van Phinh 19 5 Vietnam 66,700
Mike Takayama 19 6 Philippines 37,600
Tran Duoc Phuong 19 7 Vietnam 144,000
Nguyen Van Dung 19 8 Vietnam 99,000
Hamish Crawshaw 19 9 New Zealand 176,700
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