Yu-Gi-Oh! Asian Championship Plus 2011

Champion – Philippines
Jomer Y. Flores [Inzektor]
Luigi Kario M. Bonillo [T.G. Agent]
Rey Vincent M. Lim [Six Samurai]

1st Runner-Up – Malaysia
Yap Wei Keong [Six Samurai]
Chen Yau Sin [Agent Fairy]
Tan Sung Lee [Dark World]

2nd Runner-Up – South Korea
Han Byeongtak [Inzektor]
Kim Chisu [Agent Fairy]
Park Junsik [Karakuri]

3rd Runner-Up – Thailand
Wichapon Tasanaboriboon [Blackwing]
Juladis Klandpuang [Gladiator Beast]
Thachapol Seumsai [Gravekeeper]

[Agent Fairy]
[Rabbit Laggia]
[Six Samurai]

Daniel Ang [Inzektor]
William Oh [T.G. Agent]
Ng Nian Jie [Rabbit Laggia]

Hong Kong
Lau Ki Kwan [T.G. Agent]
Yu Ka Him [Dark World]
William Tsui [Six Samurai]

Chao Wai Ip [Rabbit Laggia]
Choi Wai Lon [Agent Fairy]
Mak Wai Hou [Lightsworn]

Source: Dueling Days


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