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LAPT San Jose: Level 21 updates

Updates for the LAPT San Jose Event Level 19 will be posted here. Hit refresh to see the latest content. Blinds are 8,000/16,000/2,000. For chip counts, see the LAPT Chip Counts page. For updates from Level 20, click HERE.

LAST UPDATED: 4:25pm

4:13pm--Ryan Fee eliminates Joel Micka in 2nd place

It was a button raise from Joel Micka, a re-raise from Ryan Fee, another re-raise from Micka,, a push from Fee and a call from Micka.

Micka held 4s-4c to Fee's As-Th.

Fee ran exceptionally well today, so despite the fact he bricked on the first four cards on board, there was little doubt he would spike his ace on the river.

The final board read: Ks-7c-Qc-8h-Ah

Official payouts can be found on the Prizes page. We will h ave a full wrap-up in a little while.

4:07pm--Micka chipping up

Well, we're still in search of a flop, but Joel Micka just proved that he doesn't need flops to narrow the gap between his stack and Ryan Fee's chip stack. He raised to 43,000, then reraised to 305,000 after Ryan Fee made it 105,000 to go. Fee wanted no part of that bet. He quickly folded.

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Joel Micka

4:00pm--Heads-up slow down

Now that we are heads up, we've returned to the game where we don't see any flops. While we wait for the action to heat back up, take a look at this video blog from the beginning of play today.


Watch LAPT San Jose 08: Final Day Intro on PokerStars.tv

3:50pm--Deal struck

You might have noticed a slight slowdown here. That's because Joel Micka and Ryan Fee took a short break to cut a deal. Though the exact terms of the agreement were not publicly disclosed, the players did a chip-chop deal and left a big chunk of money on the table for which to play.

3:35pm--Brent Sheirbon eliminated in 3rd ($109,913)

Short-stacked and in need of a double up, Brent Sheirbon pushed all-in for 140,000 from the button with Qd-Td. Ryan Fee folded in the small blind, but Joel Micka ade the call with a pair of deuces. Sheirbon couldn't make a pair or catch a miracle and he was eliminated in 3rd place for $109,913.

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3:29pm--Three-handed play resumes

The players have returned and are now dealing with 8,000/16,000/2,000 blinds. You can find the updated standings at the LAPT Chip Counts page.

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