WPT Korea 2024: WPT High Roller – Day 1 (Live Updates)

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22:55: Zhou Quan leads WPT High Roller Day 2
Level 11: 6,000 – 12,000 ante 12,000

Zhou Quan
Zhou Quan

Registration remains open through Day 2 end of Level 12 @12:40.

Chip Counts

Pos. Last Name First Name Flag Chip Count
1 ZHOU QUAN China 1,085,000
2 ZHENDONG LI China 905,000
3 TANG TIANYUAN China 765,000
4 BOIVIN THOMAS Belgium 750,000
5 ODWYER STEPHEN Ireland 715,000
6 WENG STANLEY MANFRED United States 665,000
7 YANG PENG China 640,000
8 LEE DANIEL HYONGIN United States 625,000
9 NODA HIROYUKI Japan 520,000
10 Yu Lei China 425,000
11 ZHAO JIAMING China 405,000
12 PARK CHRISTOPHER YOUNG United States 305,000
13 ZHU JIAHAO China 270,000
14 LIN WENGUO China 250,000
15 PAK VALERIY Uzbekistan 210,000
16 JORSTAD ESPEN UHLEN Norway 180,000


The last WPT High Roller highlight on schedule kicks off this Tuesday, April 2nd, playing through two days of action with the final games continuing tomorrow. Each entry will set players back KR₩ 20,000,000 (~US$ 14,875) for a starting stack of 300,000, equivalent to 300 times the opening blinds. 40 minute blind levels will run on the clock all the way down to the final table.

Action starts at 12:00 with registration open through Day 2 end of Level 12 @12:40.

Date/s: April 2 -3, 2024
Buy-in: KR₩ 20,000,000 (~US$ 14,875)

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