Christina Reid – Photo: Rachel Kay
Christina Reed topped the field of 326 entries in the $50,000 Guaranteed Overlay Ladies Tournament at The Lodge Poker Club & Card House in Round Rock, Texas to claim the first prize of $28,466. It was the sixth tournament victory of her career, and her total earnings came to $232,290.
“Thank you to everyone who helped put this together and supported all the ladies,” Reade said in a social media post.
Reid’s other tournament wins over the years include the women’s victories in the Aria poker classic ($135 purchase happened in 2015), Malta Poker Festival (European 100 purchase event), and The International Women’s Poker Championship (A $450 subscription event in 2022). In addition to those events, you’ve also booked wins in the $200 buy-in all-in or times bonus event. DeepStacks World Poker Tour Discontinued in 2019, $375 purchase occurred in 2021 freedom bash in Georgia.
The strong turnout for the event generated a prize pool of $146,702 (including $50,000 in added money). The top 45 players earned at least $1,082 in cash. was part of Lodge poker tournament The tournament series ran from April 26 to May 16.
Bill Perkins – Photography: Rachel Kay
Entrepreneur and frequent high-stakes poker player Bill Perkins (pictured above during the event) announced a $500 No-Limit Hold’em tournament (with chipping in at $50,000) in response to the recent women’s event in Showdown Seminole Hard Rock Poker It was won by a player named David Hughes.
I think I’ll have a guaranteed overlay 500 50k poker tournament for the ladies only at the resort. @employee Let’s do this and give poker what it needs. Men are not allowed. #poker
– Bill Perkins (Guy) (@bp22) May 5, 2023
The Final Table was broadcast live by The Lodge, with commentary from Ruth Hall and Jamie Kerstetter. The last five players made a deal on the basis ICM. Ashley Frank, a poker vlogger known to many as PokerfaceAsh, took fourth place with $23,343.
The last hands saw Reading flop up ten in a row against the Krisha Augerot Pocket Kings. All-chips entered with Reading as the 97-percent favorite to win the aggregate and the title. Augerot was drawing dead after void on the turn, finishing second for $27,641.
The following are the payments awarded in the final table: