We’re probably a day or so away from awarding the Last Woman Standing CupTM to some lucky lady who outlasts the field of fellow females.
Truly the highest honor in the game for any woman, Day 2A of the 2010 WSOP Main Event is stocked with chicks with chips.
Some remaining include but are certainly not limited to Lauren Kling, a woman (148,000), Amanda Baker, a woman (133,000), Shannon Shorr, a woman (133,000), Jennifer Leigh, a woman (125,000), Annie Duke, a woman (96,000), Sandra Naujoks, a woman (80,000), Lacey Jones, a woman (73,500), Tiffany Michelle, a woman (68,000), Evy Ng, a woman (65,000),
Svetlana “Glum Girl” Gromenkova, a woman (49,500), and last year’s winner, Leo Margets, a woman (40,000).
Plenty more after that as well as tomorrow, so we’ll follow the action down and get ready to award the cup sometime in the next day or two when all of the women have been eliminated.
In related news, Dragan Galic is the current chip leader with around 300,000. Plenty of big names are doing well. Get full chip counts here.
In further related news, possibly the best day for Girls on the Rail in the history of the WSOP. We even have A New Ass Girl. Check back later tonight for a photo dump. In the meantime, check out our 2010 WSOP Girls on the Rail gallery here.
UPDATE: PHOTO GALLERY: Last Woman Standing Contenders on Day 2A
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