The Germans are widely popular for their shrewdness in football; however, the country also boasts poker professionals who have made a breakthrough in the stormy casinos. You cannot flip the German poker heroes’ book to find the name of Katja Thater omitted.
She is a vibrant player who has ventured in fierce competition to wring out the best deal. Her consistent competition in the high-profile events infers players can still shine, in spite of their backgrounds. Undoubtedly, his magnificent resume features top-notch prizes that are highly-coveted by poker players around the globe. This German has leveraged his latent potential by realizing it at the optimal heights to clinch mouth watering accolades and cash prizes. A glance at the conspicuous winnings that she has managed sheds light on why she is the German woman to watch in top-notch games.
Thater played for Germany in a national team that played at the 2006 PNC Poker Nationals Cup that was held in Cardiff and also participated in the Women Poker Open, London. Suffice to say, her local poker accomplishments did not give her broadcast abroad until she clinched her initial World Series of Poker bracelet in a USD 1,500 Razz tournament in 2007. She also sailed through in flying colors when she placed 4th in the Australian Classics that took place in 2002 and also emerged USD1, 000 World Championships Ladies No-Limit Texas Hold’Em tournaments that was held in 2007. Recently, in 2010 she dominated the PokerStars.com Caribbean Adventure, Bahamas and took home 0,000.
By 2010, Thater had amassed above $350,000 in overall live tournaments. Being a German poker player, her achievements cement the sisterhood in the corridors of gambling. One cannot deny her name is indelible from the iconic poker professionals who have a winning predisposition. She is a role model for amateurs who have the aptitude to win the high-profile poker games.