LAPT Punta del Este: Level 22 live updates
Updates from the LAPT event in Punta del Este Level 21 (12,000/24,000/2,000) will be posted here and come courtesy of live bloggers Brad Willis and Change100.
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Last update 5:51pm
6:11pm--A moving look at the final table
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6:01pm--Hevroy takes a chunk out of Guillén
Karl Hevroy raised from the small blind and Guillén called out of the big (it's becoming a bit of a common thing these days). The flop fell K♥-J♥-7♦ and 90,000 came out of Hevroy's stack. Guillén called. The Q♣ on the turn slowed both players down. They checked and saw the J♦ on the river. Now, Hevroy bet 170,000. Guillén seemed to be considering a raise, but eventually just called to see Hevroy's A-J.
5:51pm-- Waldemar Cogo eliminated in sixth place ($48,840)
Waldemar Cogo has used the last of his nine lives. With the action folded to the small blind, Oliver Rowe completed, Cogo moved all in and Rowe made the call. It was the K♠-7♥ for Rowe, dominating Cogo's K♥-3♠. The board ran out K♣-5♠-2♦-J♦-4♠ and Cogo headed out the door in sixth place.
5:39pm--Cogo can't, won't, and don't stop
Waldemar Cogo just keeps doubling up. He doesn't have a lot of chips, but as long as he keeps winning, he's not going anywhere. Just a couple of hands after doubling through Angel Guillén once, Cogo did it again.
Cogo went all in for his final few chips from the button and got the call Guillén in the big blind.
The board ran out A♥-[10H]-K♣-3♠-2♦ and the Little Cogo (his nickname, not one we gave him) is still here.
5:30pm--Bolivar Palacios eliminated seventh place ($37,740)
It;s only been a couple of days since we saw Bolivar Palacios take seventh place in the LAPT Mexico event. Today, he came here looking to better that performance. He was in pretty good shape to do that after a couple of timely double-ups in the early going. Finally, he picked up a big hand and got his chips in with two black queens. He was racing against Alejandro De Arruabarrena's A♠-K♠.
All looked well on the early part of the board. The first four cards came out 5♦-4♦-4♠-7♣. Then that ugly K♦ fell on the river and Palacios was out in seventh place...again.
The remaining seven players are now on 12,000/24,000/2,000 blinds.