If seeing it on a one-hour delayed flat-screen television isn't bad enough, the ladies are making it even harder to watch by playing slow, slow, poker.
Katja Thater seems to agree with us and she's pushing for some action - but it's not always working out for her. Here's some Katja theater for ya:
Sally Anne Boyer Doubles Up
Sally Anne re-raised all in for $343K after raised by Katja to $100K pre-flop. Katja reluctantly called with her pocket tens - but they weren't good enough. Boyer had Kings, and the board showed nothing to impart pardon for Katja. Boyer doubled up.
Anne Heft Doubles Through Katja
Another took a piece of KT, when she raised all-in on Katja's bluff-raise with 3♦ 4♠. But since it was only a few more chips to complete the call, Katja decided to go to town with her low cards. Unfortunately for KT, Anne had a legitimate hand - A♣ 4♥. The flop however, did bring some hope to Katja with a 3, but unfortunately the turn was another ace. Anne doubled up through Katja.
Mindy Trinidad Doubles Up
Another double-up! Mindy Trinidad got all-in with A♥ J♠, and Katja called with Q♥ 3♦. The flop brought both a queen and an ace, so Mindy got to take some cash out of Katja's piggy. She doubled up and saved her tournament life.
At this point, Katja Thater seems to be in the lead, despite her wrongdoings, according to the official WSOP chip counts.
Here are where people are chippin:
Katja Thater - $925,000
Kathy Gliva - $485,000
Randi Calabro - $394,000
Sally Anne Boyer - $330,000
Frauke Ritter Von Sporschill - $259,000
Anne Heft - $145,000
Mindy Trinidad - $36,000
- Players Left