The World Series of Poker (WSOP) ladies event was June 11, and a few men decided to crash the party. One man said he did it to prove a point: that banning men is reverse discrimination. So what's the value of an all-female poker tournament? How do men change the vibe? How do women play poker differently among each other versus with men? Are tells and other poker tricks different between the sexes? A behavioral specialist and poker players from both sides weigh in. What do you think: should women have their own poker night? Join the conversation below.
Maryann Morrison, Managing Ed and Publisher, Woman Poker Player Magazine; Pres, Women's Poker Club; author, Women's Poker Night
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