Poker has advanced at a breakneck pace, it is now a game that all and sundry can play online or in live events to garner earnings. Women have not been obscured in the poker landscape, a great number of them have outshone men in heads-up confrontation to take the final table down.
One female poker player who will go down the annals of history with multitude accomplishments in the global settings is Olivia “Liv” Boeree. Her unexpected winning at the European Poker Tour in 2010, Sanremo cast her to the fore in the poker heroine’s sister-hood. To leverage virtual infrastructure, she has been vibrant in online poker events where she has played with distinct sharpness.
Online events though not publicized have created avenues for tapping poker potential and latent talent across the globe. She boasts a distinct resume that embodies traits she has the mettle to bring a final table down.
Olivia has played widely; in 2008 she was declared the winner of the Ladbrokes European Ladies Championship to take home a magnanimous $30,000. Although her accolades portfolio lacks a gold bracelet at the WSOP, she has equally managed to get twelve cashes. Her best performance came in 2012 when she placed 28th at the WSOP Europe to gain €26,611. However, back in 2010 when she played at the EPT Main Event in Sanremo, she made €1,250,000 by emerging overall winner and became the third female star to clinch that title hitherto. She has demonstrated incessant advancement in the EPT circuits with a total of eight cashes up to today. Remarkably, she placed second in the UKIPT in Edinburgh in a Main Event. To this end, she embodies a top-notch global player and inspiring figure for fans stuck in a quandary whether to jump on the bandwagon and make a bet.
Olivia was once a member of the revered team PokerStars Pros and has amassed above $2,500,000 in live events only. The Global Poker Index in July 2014 had ranked her #229. This is ascribable to her multiple accomplishments that have served to add earnings into her jackpot.