LAPT7: Ribeiro, Pardo and Quezada hit the rail, 41 remain

With Carolina Dupre's 73rd-place elimination last night, Andrea Ribeiro was officially the last woman standing in the LAPT Brazil. She came into play today with a top-ten stack but ran into trouble early and was ultimately eliminated in 54th place when her K♠J♦ did not improve vs. Angel Guillen's K♦Q♣.


Andrea Ribeiro, 54th place

Also departing this level was Rodrigo Quezada, who was the chip leader midway through Day 2. In a three-way preflop all-in, Quezada's K♦J♦ was up against Camilo Posada's pocket tens and Pedro Soares's pocket sevens. Soares flopped a set of sevens and Quezada hit the rail in 47th place.


Rodrigo Quezada, playing on Day 2

Rafael Pardo has two LAPT final tables to his credit-- he finished seventh in the tour's first-ever event in Rio de Janiero and followed it up with another seventh-place finish in his native Colombia in Season 4. However, his hopes for a third were crushed when he moved all-in for his last 205,000 with Q♥8♣ and Victor Sbrissa called with A♣T♣. Pardo got no help on the board and ended his run in 43rd place.


Rafael Pardo

As Level 23 ticks away, 41 players remain in the hunt.

Photography from LAPT7 Brazil by Carlos Monti. Live streaming of the action in both Spanish and Portuguese is available via You can also follow the Spanish feed at PokerStars or via Facebook, and the Portugeuse feed at PokerStars or via Facebook.

Kristin Bihr is a freelance contributor to the PokerStars Blog.