Women with scintillating performance in the poker industry not only keep the sisterhood of gambling queens vivacious but also streamline the field with the trite feminist ideology of gender parity. One woman who cannot be omitted in this team of female poker players is Marsha Waggoner. Her long poker career interposed with an array of magnificent accomplishments at this period is significant. She has sharpened her skills flawlessly in live events, subsequently; commentators have inferred that her moves are uniquely perspicacious. She is the old queen of poker whose achievements suffice as the old queen of poker who defies age. Her hype and resuscitation of antecedent wins have helped demonstrate who she really is in the poker realms.
Her first notable accomplishment came in the Amarillo Slim Super Bowl of Poker $400 Stud Main Event where she won. This did not cast her in the global limelight, but, at the 1992 WSOP, she placed 2nd in the $1,500 7-Card Stud Split Main Event garnering $52,500. She remarkably cashed in the WPT and the PPT (Professional Poker Tour) and subsequently placed 2nd for 100k in the World Poker Tour. However, she did not quit poker after this but went ahead to win more events. More recently, she final tabled at the 2012 at the WSOP Aussie Millions, later winning two championships at the California’s State Poker Championships (Los Angeles). Her first win was at the $340 Omaha High Low while the next came in the USD 340 Omaha Stud Hi-Lo. This is laudable and encouraging as she has had her exposure in the game for long.
She final tabled also managed another final table during the same event. She finished 9th at the World Series of Poker $1,500 7-Card Stud High-Low Main Event (Las Vegas). Equally, notably are her tournament live earnings that are more than $900k. Undoubtedly, she is among the female poker players who have trail blazed outstanding performance behind the corridors of wagering.