Victoria Coren is a pro poker player from England and writes weekly columns for The Guardian. She also hosts BBC quiz show Only Connect .She is one of the best female poker players in the world these days.
She has won lots of good money playing at different poker festivals including World Series of poker and European poker tour. Victoria was born in 1973 in Hammersmith. SCoren, graduated from the St John’s College, Oxford and decided to play poker professionally in her college days.
Her first major poker win was in 2006, when she won the EPT London main event and took down £500,000.
Total winnings:- $1,918,801
EPT Final Tables:-3 and cashes: – 7
World Series of Poker
Participating at World Series of poker Coren has made $32,573. She was at 64th position for the event WSOP $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em, in 2007 and collected $6,159. In 2012, she made another $26,414 of cash playing at $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em.
European Poker Tour
Coren made lots of money playing at European poker tour, as mentioned earlier her first major win was in 2006 for EPT London £3,500 Main Event, where she earned a great amount of cash i.e. £500,000.
Some other cash outs at EPT:-
In 2004, Coren finished for second place and added cash amount of £14,910 to her account playing at £200 Pot-Limit Hold’em event at the European Poker Championships, in London.
In 2011, Selected for 4th place and took down €10,000 playing at Champion of Champions Event in Madrid.
In 2011, she made €4,100 and was at 3rd position for the event €500 Ladies Grand final, Madrid.
In 2012, Secured 2nd place and collected €12,950 at Monte Carlo €1,000 Ladies Event.
In 2012, Took down 1st position and cash of €58,900, playing for €5,000 Heads-Up, Monte Carlo.
She is a pokerstars sponsored poker pro and a very good teammate.