Kristen Bicknell won the largest prize money in her career at Poker Masters
The poker player from Canada Kristen Bicknell took the first place in Event #6 in Poker Masters series. She earned $408 000 which became her largest prize money in the poker career.
Kristen commented on her victory:
“All my big scores are between $300 000 and $400 000, so before the start of the day, I told myself ‘This is the perfect tournament for me to win”.
“I came into this tournament with a good attitude, I was focused and tried to play my best. Playing in this event, especially at the final table against guys like Andras and Ali, I felt like I’m below the top level because I don’t study GTO like they do. I was definitely the underdog but thankfully I didn’t get put into too many difficult spots and things went my way.”
In a heads-up, Bicknell fought against the owner of two gold bracelets Chance Kornuth. Chance earned $268 000 for the second place. The owner of purple jacket at Poker Masters Ali Imsirovic was ranked third. The Hungarian poker player Andras Nemeth took the 4th place.