Joined: Apr '11
Age: 53 (M)
Kathrine Weir yesterday won the €330 women's event for €4,200 as foreign raiders froze out local players from a podium finish. Weir (USA), Johanna Kamp (Netherlands) and Hui-Chen Kuo (China) took the lion's share of the €11,349 prize pool. This was a career largest recorded live win for Weir. EPT9 Berlin, event #14 Date: 21 April 2013 Buy-in: €330 Game: NLHE women's event Players: 39 Prize pool: €11,349 Kathrine Weir 1. Kathrine Weir, USA, €4,200 2. Johanna Kamp, Netherlands, €2,700 3. Hui-Chen Kuo, China, €1,600 4. Jaqueline Macak, Germany, €1,149...
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 39 (M)
Having a €330 buy-in and generating a first prize of €4,200 may mean that the tourney didn't attracted that much crowd, but still is very important for these women to win confidence on their work and perhaps can make them want to run on higher flights. Even if they enter similar buy-in tourneys, if they do it on a mix-sex basis, i am sure they can be fighting for higher prizes. The degree of difficulty can be higher too, but that's what turn the game more interesting!