Purpose: We previously developed Haploseek, a method for comprehensive preimplantation genetic testing (PGT). However, some key features were missing, and the method has not yet been systematically validated. Methods: We extended Haploseek to incorporate DNA from embryo grandparents and to allow testing of variants on chromosome X or in regions where parents share common haplotypes. We then validated Haploseek on 151 embryo biopsies from 27 clinical PGT cases. We sequenced all biopsies to low coverage (0.2×), and performed single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) microarray genotyping on the embryos’ parents and siblings/grandparents. We used the extended Haploseek to predict chromosome copy-number variants (CNVs) and relevant variant-flanking haplotypes in each embryo. We validated haplotype predictions for each clinical sample against polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based PGT case results, and CNV predictions against established commercial kits. Results: For each of the 151 embryo biopsies, all Haploseek-derived haplotypes and CNVs were concordant with clinical PGT results. The cases included 17 autosomal dominant, 5 autosomal recessive, and 3 X-linked monogenic disorders. In addition, we evaluated 1 Robertsonian and 2 reciprocal translocations, and 17 cases of chromosome copy-number counting were performed. Conclusion: Our results demonstrate that Haploseek is clinically accurate and fit for all standard clinical PGT applications.