Here at the PokerStars Blog (ahem, @PokerStarsBlog) we spend a fair bit of time keeping track of poker events on Twitter. Often, it’s easier to check in on players via Twitter than it is to track them down in a tournament. Such is the case with the last two ladies left in the Main Event, Elena Stover & Kitty Kuo.
Here’s the problem: one thing these two ladies have in common? Well, we’ll just let Kitty tell you herself.
Why I decide to skip wpt Bellagio n choose EPT Prague in last minute, all because I like drink too much in Europe pic.twitter.com/dWX1yMmT15
— kuo hui chen (@kittykuopoker) December 9, 2015
That’s right. Kitty likes a drink, and if she looked to the barstool on her left, she might just see Ms. Stover sitting there.
We’re not just making assumptions here. Here is Exhibit #2.
About to arrive in Prague 2 minibottles of train champagne deep. Chances I actually embark on a Sunday grind? pic.twitter.com/d1ixkX6lJL
— thegroupie (@thegroupie) December 6, 2015
Now, let us be clear. We admire these women for their stamina. In fact, we might ask for some pointers.
That’s…well, what we’re trying to say is, our team went out last night to shoot some snooker, and the drinks here in Prague are really cheap, and, well, it’s been a long day. More than a couple of times, we have looked at the ladies’ Twitter feeds and thought, “Well, a little hair of the dog might not be a bad idea.”
When u have bad friends then u hangover everyday, curious I am pro poker player or pro drinker?
— kuo hui chen (@kittykuopoker) November 14, 2015
Back in action for the €330 Prague poker cup! I’m like 0/10 in these “cup”s so my primary goal is to drink as many beers as possible
— thegroupie (@thegroupie) December 8, 2015
Both women, in addition to being a thousand times better than us at poker, are lovely, and they have somehow worked out a way to stay lovely after so much drink, despite what they may think.
ate big meal and drink every day in Macau, realize my face can’t go back normal size, super tilting now
— kuo hui chen (@kittykuopoker) November 15, 2015
Stover is looking for at least a top 50 cash to beat her best-ever live finish. Kuo, meanwhile will need to make the final table to set a personal best.
And, if things don’t go their way…well, we think they know what to do.
— thegroupie (@thegroupie) December 10, 2015
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Brad Willis is the PokerStars Head of Blogging.