2012 WSOP Main Event: Whoa Whoa Whoa Whoa, A Woman Leads Day 2A

Gaelle Baumann, a woman, leads the 2012 WSOP Main Event after two days. No, seriously.

Whoa whoa whoa what’s going on here? Is this turning out to be The Year of the WomanTM?

Gaelle Baumann, a woman, leads the 2012 WSOP Main Event.

The Frenchlady ended Day 2A stacked at 505,800. She’s followed by Mark Demirdjian with 499,900.

Baumann is a relative newcomer to the scene, with one previous WSOP cash.

Other notable big stacks include the in-third-overall Shaun Deeb (460,900), Vanessa Selbst, a woman (350,400), Jason Somerville (332,700), Eugene Katchalov (330,900), Gavin Smith (279,100), Daniel Negreanu (277,200), Maria Ho, a woman (198,500), Eric Baldwin (182,600), and Dan Harrington (138,500).

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One Response

  1. Bob Dole

    July 13, 2012 1:09 am, Reply

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