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you could use:
$row1 = get_field('counter_repeater_0_counter_number'); //for first row $row2 = get_field('counter_repeater_1_counter_number'); //for second row ... echo "<tr><td><p>name:</p></td><td><p>"; echo $row1; echo "</p></td><tr>"; ...
instead of your if-while loop (just add 3+4 row & echo row 2-4 where you wish)
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