The 2022 WSOP Ladies event has been an exciting fight, not because some yahoo guy thought it would be cute to challenge evolving gender norms, but because a field of strong lady players have been duking it out in hard-edged poker fashion.
This year, the WSOP Ladies Event drew 1,074 entries, generating a prize pool of $955,660 — with 162 finishing in the money and all fighting for a $166,975 bracelet win.
Action resumed on Day 3 with 42 players left.
Cherish Andrews was the chip leader, a position she held throughout the morning. With 22 players left currently, stacks are shifting around quickly as play winds down toward the final two tables. Julie Le just took a big helping of chips from Maria Konnikova, and that was followed by Natalie Hof from Germany doubling up through poker pro/reality star Tiffany Michelle, who is now the shortest stack.
Oops, she’s out now, too.