Micah Raskin, from the United States, enters the final table as the short stack. At the unofficial final table, he played a 2.4 million-chip pot with Shaun Deeb, in which he called Deeb’s all in on a board of holding just . Deeb had that crushed with , and held when the completed the board.
Raskin has amassed over $1.3 million in career live tournament earnings, with his largest cash coming in 2009, where he won a Borgata $500,000 guarantee ($320,231). At the 2011 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, Raskin finished sixth in the $10,000 High Roller for $39,575, and at the 2012 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, he took second in a $2,000 bounty event for $23,850.
He also final tabled the 2012 EPT Sanremo Main Event, finishing sixth for $170,435.
If Raskin finishes fourth or higher today, he will earn the largest cash of his career. As it stands, he’s already locked up his fourth-largest score ever.