Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2009

Champion
Benjamin Tan Hong Hwee (Singapore) [Blackwing]

Finalist
Chien Yen-Jui (Taiwan) [Gladiator Beasts]

Top 4
Roy St. Clair (USA) [Blackwings]
Lee Hong Kyu (Korea) [Gladiator Beasts]

Top 8
Alexander Antonios (Australia) [Gladiator Beasts]
Au Man Lai (Hong Kong) [Gladiator Beasts]
Chris Gehrig (New Zealand) [Gladiator Beasts]
Sam Kee Kian Sim (Malaysia) [Blackwings]

Preliminary Non-Qualified Players
Kazuma Ishikawa (Japan) [Gladiator Beasts]
Michael Kohanim (USA) [Gladiator Beasts]
Vittorio Wiktor (Germany) [Synchro Cats]
Sharief Al-Aziz Mahomedradja (Netherlands) [Synchro Cat]
Ryan Newburn (USA) [Blackwings]
Kazuki Mutsuoka (Japan) [Synchro Cat]
Sebastien Legay (Belgium) [Synchro Cat]
Kris Ferber (USA) [Synchro Cat]
Satoshi Kato (Japan) [Gladiator Beasts]
Esteban Almeida (Ecuador) [Synchro Cat]
Charles Easton (Canada) [Synchro Cat]
Yuya Abe (Japan) [Synchro Cat]
Ryosuke Kasuga (Japan) [Synchro Cat]
Eduard Alvarez Carrera (Spain) [Synchro Cat]
Jose Hernandez (Mexico) [Lightsworn]

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