LAPT Down To The Final Table
May 6, 2022
Day 2 of the Latin American Poker Tour started at a truly furious pace. Before the first break of the day, 39 of the original 103 surviving players from Day 1 had already been sent to the rail. The fast paced action continued until the approach of the bubble, when as usual, things slowed down significantly.

Victor Ramdin, the last member of Team PokerStars still in contention, survived the torturous bubble but busted soon after, going out in a disappointing 23rd place. Surprisingly, despite Ramdin being crippled with a short stack that left him very few options, he still managed to outlast the Day 1 chip leader, Carlos Lopes, who just barely made the money, going out in 27th.

By the end of the day, the final nine had been decided, and one of those nine, Julien Nuijten of Holland, looked to be running away with the event, holding a commanding chip lead of 970,000 in chips - nearly three times the average at the table.

The chip counts for the LAPT Rio Final Table are as follows:

Julien Nuijten-970,000
Vitaly Kovyazin-380,000
Alex Brenes-324,000
Nikolai Senninger-318,000
Juan C. Burguillos-297,000
Rafael Pardo-278,000
Eduardo Henriques-275,000
Oliver Kugler-176,000
Severin Walser-175,000

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