The prestigious poker television Poker After Dark is once again the center of attention. One of poker’s most beloved television programs kicks off the New Year with a splash, after announcing a “Femme Fatale” week, that officially commenced yesterday at 6 pm local time. Some of the best female poker players have already locked horns in $100/$200 No-Limit Hold’em cash games.
The news for the upcoming female poker race sparked rumors regarding the poker stars that are to participate in the “Femme Fatale” week. All myths and legends are already busted as the names of the ladies that are to meet on the poker scene are already announced.
Seven of the poker’s most successful ladies headline the “Femme Fatale” week. Kristen Bicknell, Kathy Liebert, Sofia Lövgren, Kitty Kuo, JJ Liu, Melanie Weisner, and Tracy Nguyen have already taken their places in the first event for this year, presented by Poker After Dark. The lineup of female poker legends is already meeting the expectations to produce remarkable poker action.
Find the Poker Pro Under the Charming Smile
This is not just the next poker competition for the best Canadian female poker player Kristen Bicknell, who is to appear on the PokerGo screens for the first time in her life. Bicknell’s appearance in the poker show made her poker fans made her fans more than happy. Her charming smile enchants most of her opponents on the poker tables. While the attractive Canadian is masterminding a plan to accumulate all the chips on the table, her rivals are usually lulled by her calm look. Last year, the Global Poker Index ranked her on the top place among world’s most successful poker tournament players.
Team partypoker’s Kristen Bicknell can regularly be found playing in some of the most prestigious poker tournaments. The Canadian poker player’s total live earnings to date amount to $1,219,917 with a best live cash of $290,768. In an interview, Bicknell shared that her true poker inspiration is the iconic Jennifer Harman. As it can be recalled, Harman’s debut in the poker show was in Season 1.
In 2013, Bicknell won her first WSOP-branded gold bracelet. In 2016, she managed to enrich her collection of poker trophies with yet another precious WSOP piece of gold. However, last year earmarked Bicknell’s strongest performance so far. She described the last year as “pivotal” for her career. The double bracelet winner shared that she hops into the new year even more motivated to conquer new peaks in her career. Earlier today, Bicknell tweeted that she got bluffed by Kathy Liebert during the entire day. Nevertheless, her post revealed that she really enjoys the game and respects her opponents.