On Sunday, PartyPoker ambassador Kristen Biсknell was involved in daily routine: she was grinding Sunday tournaments at PartyPoker. She managed to play at the two final tables, but the girl showed far from the best results.
The first tournament in which Bicknell fought for the top prize money was the High Roller Deepstack cost $1 050. The event attracted 153 entries, and the guarantee of $153 000 was split between the most successful poker players.
Kristen showed a good game and even reached the final table. However, she was the first to leave the tournament in the final. The Canadian poker player took ninth place and got only $3 396 in prize money.
Following a failed attempt to win the tournament, Kristen continued to attack high roller events and registered in the tournament with the same buy-in of $1 0500, but with a different name – Sunday High Roller Terminator.
As for this event, the girl also managed to reach the final table, but the victory again passed her by. This time, Kristen improved her result a bit and finished the tournament on the seventh place, having received $3 233 for it.
Kristen Bicknell takes part in live tournaments as well. Throughout her career, the girl has won $4 000 000 in prize money and continues to represent PartyPoker with dignity.