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Coverage of the inaugural QQWIN99 Women’s World Open gets underway on Five in the UK and Ireland at 12.30 am on Wednesday 5th December/Thursday 6th December and will run for eight weeks. The 36 runner field features one of the strongest line-up’s ever assembled for a women’s poker tournament in Europe.
American competitors included Jennifer Tilly, Liz Lieu and Shannon Elizabeth.
jennifer5Jennifer Tilly boasts an impressive tournament track record, with her World Series of Poker Ladies Event win in 2005 and a first in the World Poker Tour Ladies Night Out that same year. Since then the actress and poker player been honing her game and racking up cashes at major WSOP and WPT events.
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liz4Liz Lieu has a long list of international tournament cashes, including several WSOP events. Before her foray into the tournament realm, she’d already established herself as a winning cash-game player and can be found at Bellagio whenever the limits are steep enough for her high powered game.
shannoShannon Elizabeth brings a lot of star power to the event as well. She will be playing as well as commentating with Jesse May at the event. The actress, best known for her role in American Pie, is making her way up in the poker ranks. Most recently she cashed in a WSOP event and also came in third in the 2007 NBC National Heads-Up Championship, taking out Barry Greenstein and Jeff Madsen along the way.
The three will have their work cut out for them as some of Europe’s most accomplished women players will be fighting for supremacy and the big money. They include former PartyPoker.com World Open winner Pippa Flanders, Xuyen Pham, European Ladies champion Jackie Meecham, Katharine Hartree, Jackie Vaswami and Deborah Rogers.
“This is the first women’s tournament we have held, and we are delighted by the excellent line-up and hugely encouraged by the positive interest we have already received from broadcasters all over the world before a card has been dealt,” said a PartyPoker.com spokesman.
Tony G takes down Moscow Millions
Tony G. took down the first prize at Moscow Millions on Sunday and immediately donated the entire first place prize money to a Moscow orphanage. The Moscow Millions tournament was beset by problems including Russian licensing issues and the loss of the main sponsor. Despite that the tournament boasted a prize pool in excess of half a million dollars and was a resounding success.
Tony G (Antanas Gouga)arrived late due to a minor medical issue and then lost a large portion of his stack early before making an impressive comeback that pushed him into the chiplead when the final table was seated. Tony is often associated with the “Bad Boy” image; like Phil Hellmuth, Mike Matusow, John-Robert Bellande and others; but in Tony’s case it is clearly part of his game only. The image works well at the poker table but is just strategy.
I have worked for Tony, including daily coverage of his play at the 2006 WSOP, I can tell you that he is not only a great interview; he also would gave me tips on other hands and incidents at tables around him. It was always a pleasure to work for and with Tony. This is the second big prize win that Tony was donated this year; he did the same with his first place cash in Singapore earlier. completely class act for a ‘bad boy’.