Our final two is Mok Hou Teng playing Magician and Li Zi Hao playing Trickstar Link. Hou Teng is from Hong Kong while Zi Hao is from China.
We are one game away from the Top 8. On the left is Leung Chin Lam playing Subterror and on the right is Poon Chun Kit playing Six Samurai. Both players are from Hong Kong.
Welcome to Day 2 of YOT Hong Kong 2018. On the left we have Thai Kok Jing from Malaysia using Sky Striker, and on the right is Tian YongKang from China using Phantom Knight Orcust.
Here are the decks that have made the top-cut and are competing in Day 2.
The spread of decks played at YOT Hong Kong 2018
Here are the Top 64 players that will be returning on Day 2.
This is the second-last round of Swiss and we have two players currently at 6-0 at Table 2. On the left is Luo Hao Ming from China playing Trickstar, and on the right is Lam Wai Hong from Hong Kong playing Greener Infernoid.
We are halfway into the tournament and here are two players currently at 3-1. On the left is Zheng Ze Bin from China using Gouki, and on the right is Wang Chia Ching from Taiwan playing Trickstar. Wang Chia Ching is the current 2018 World
In the round 2 of Swiss, we have Liang Xiangming from China on the left running Zefra going up against Hiroshi Odate from Philippines running Sky Striker. Hiroshi is a veteran duelist who have participated in Asia Championship 2017 and Asia Championship 2018. His recent
Welcome to Yu-Gi-Oh! Open Tournament (YOT) Hong Kong 2018. Our last major tournament of the year in Asia brings us to Hong Kong, marking the 9th YOT.