The youngest generation is always there, year after year, and like in any other sport or discipline, they are the toughest ones to beat and they break records!!!
My favorite place to play is without a doubt the Salle des Étoiles at the Sporting Club in Monte Carlo.
This event brought her ,499 and took place in Amsterdam.
First of all, I live right beside so I can make it to the tournament in 5 minutes walking.
Second of all, Monaco is for me the “center of the world” so I would always choose that destination to play poker; the weather is unreal, the food is great, the people are super nice and the security is at the top! But mostly, I think it’s harder for women to get that natural aggressiveness that comes easily to men.
Even if she played poker since she was a child, she has become a recognized player in 2002.
Until then she was preoccupied with her school and university, having also a master degree completed.
Indeed, the level of the game goes up at an extraordinary speed, and I am just not sure how long a successful poker career can actually last without that sponsor to take care of tournament buy-ins, travels, hotels, etc.