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2014 King's Cup Commentary: Round 10

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Round 10 Auto-Commentary

Panupol Sujjayakorn (THA) remains in the lead, 8.5-1.5 +924. Nigel Richards (NZL) is 0.5 games behind at 8-2 +872, on a 4-game winning streak, steady at #2. Ming Hui Hubert Wee (SGP) is +396, on a 5-game winning streak, #3 climbing from #8. Gerald Carter (Eng) is 1.5 games behind the leader at 7-3 +825, #4 sliding from #3. Akkarapol Khwansak (THA) is +571, #5 falling from #4. Ricky Purnomo (IDN) is +544, on a 5-game winning streak, #6 rising from #10. Odette Carmina Rio (PHL) is +542, #7 up from #11. Jakkrit Klaphajone (THA) is +457, #8 sliding from #6. Puttapong Moonsarn (THA) is +439, #9 slipping from #5. Charae Worapotpisut (THA) is +403, on a 3-game winning streak, #10 leaping up from #15.

High Win: Tony Sim (SGP) 570-387 vs. Daniel Srichawla (THA). Low Win: Maneeda Tanasanvimol (THA) 350-344 vs. Thanaporn Thiankarojanakul (THA). High Loss: Gerald Carter (Eng) 476-487 vs. Nigel Richards (NZL). Low Loss: Marites Carreon (PHL) 298-462 vs. Pesol Kosalakood (THA).

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After 10 of 29 rounds of play (to be followed a best of two-and-a-half finals) here at Central Plaza Ladprao in Bangkok, Panupol Sujjayakorn (THA) has a half-game lead, 8.5-1.5 +924 (his only loss was at the end of the day yesterday to Gerald Carter (Eng)) over Nigel Richards (NZL) 8-2 +872 (losses to Odette Carmina Rio (PHL) and Panupol) and Ming Hui Hubert Wee (SGP) (losses to Charae Worapotpisut (THA) and [ERROR: no such id: Komol).

The 69-player field competing for a generous prize pool including a guaranteed US$10,000 top prize features players from 11 nations: Australia, England, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nigeria, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and the United States. In the lead in team standings behind the singleton teams of New Zealand (Nigel Richards) and Indonesia ([Ricky] , 7-3) are Thailand (53.2 W% vs. others), the Philippines and Malaysia (each 50%).

We play round 9-16 today, 17-24 Saturday, 25-29 and the finals on Sunday. Live coverage is available at

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