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Thoughts from Past Women's Sunday Winners - Tue Jun 28, 2011, 03:27 PM
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The most recent article by Rebekah Mercer for the PokerStars Blog takes a look at some of the past winners of the Women's Sunday tournament. Read about their comments and feelings about the event - and winning it!

One excerpt here:

Andrea, Venezuela

Andrea says she did a "little happy dance" when she won the tournament, but was pretty calm overall. She plays the tournament every Sunday as part of her poker schedule and plays satellites to try to win her seat, but also buys in directly.

Her win in the Women's Sunday was one of her biggest cashes, but she has had some previous successes as well. She believes the tournament is a good one to "try out some tournament poker with some nice cash involved." She also likes the payout structure. "It is not as top heavy as in most tournies, and the blind structure is a little bit faster," which she likes. "You're not obliged to play for three hours with the risk of not cashing," she says. "Normally the money is reached after about two hours."

Andrea enjoys playing online much more than live tournaments and says that her impatience factors into that. "I am probably THE most impatient person on the planet," she remarked. She also likes the atmosphere of the tournament, with its friendly vibe, and lots of chatting, although she says she mostly stays mum, to concentrate on her game.


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