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NAPT Los Angeles 2010 – Day 3 Results Have 26 Players Remaining

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Nov/15/2010
NAPT Los Angeles 2010 Day 3 Results

26 out of 701 players were left at the North American Poker Tour (NAPT) Los Angeles as of early evening Day 3 (Monday November 15, 2010).  Each were vying for a grand prize of $750,000.

Leading the pack at the 8 pm hour was Micah Raskin, who has 14 cashes in live poker tournaments totaling $647,181.  His biggest win to date came last year at the 500,000 Guaranteed Deep Stack, where he finished 1st and walked off with $320,231.

Jacob Toole was the second biggest chip leader.  He is a relative unknown in the world of poker.  So too is Canadian Jonathan Gagnon-Villeneuve, who had the third largest chip count.

Jimmie Guinther had fallen out of the lead to 5th.

One of the biggest names among the top 10 was Jason Mercier, who has nearly $5 million to his name in live poker tournament wins.  He has been hovering around the number 10 chip position for most of the day.


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Micah Raskin         United States                  2000000

Jacob Toole                           1900000

Jonathan Gagnon-Villeneuve         Canada                  1400000

Christopher Demaci                           1352000

Jimmie Guinther         United States         PokerStars Player         1159000

Travis Pearson         United States                  1000000

Ray Henson                           925000

Joe Tehan                           920000

James Casement         United States         PokerStars Player         851000

George Lind III         United States         Team Online         785000

Jason Mercier         United States         Team Pro USA         750000

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com 

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