Female poker profile on the comeback trail
American pro Jennifer Harman has flopped the last couple of years, but right now she's gunning for her 3rd bracelet in WSOP event #37.
During the last two decades Jennifer Harman has been considered one of the absolute best female poker players. Harman has mastered both tournaments and cash games - a discipline she often enjoys in Vegas.
But the last couple of years Vanessa Selbst has pushed Harman to the periphery - and Selbst is now considered the stronger woman in poker.
Harman though is making quite the comeback on the big stage. At event #37 ($2,500 Eight Game Mix) she's in 4th place heading into day 3. Out of the starting 477 players there's only 27 left.
That doesn't mean Harman will get an easy way to the bracelet. Still left we have profiles like Scott Seiver, Donnacha O’Dea, Freddy Deeb, Greg Mueller and Chris Viox.
The 27 remaining players are all guaranteed at least $6,587 while the winner of the event will get $237,312.
Top10 of event #37 ($2,500 Eight Game Mix)
1. Joseph Gouden 303.000
2. Rep Porter 237.200
3. Jerrod Ankenman 215.900
4. Jennifer Harman 204.300
5. Calvin Anderson 183.500
6. Donnacha O’Dea 170.200
7. Scott Seiver 169.000
8. Mikai Blomlie 167.000
9. Johannes Holstege 166.400
10. Greg Mueller 163.600