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He thinks he proved something about men being better but he really just showed his intense insecurity
Why are there men’s and women’s card tournaments? Why are they separate?
This is not sport. It’s a card game. There is no physical advantage to being male. Why is there even a women’s tournament?
> and won the top prize of $5,555
In a “sport” where biology plays zero role. Non story. Why is this segregated in the first place?
The funny thing is if you reversed the genders in this situation, people would be applauding it.
Interesting that they had to let him play because of the anti discrimination laws, but still charged 10x the buy-in because he was a man. Those are some pretty narrow definitions of discrimination.
This is an interesting story – not just because of the anti-discrimination laws that allowed a man to compete in a women’s tournament, but also because of the skill gap between male and female players. It’s great that this man was able to win the top prize, but it’s also a reminder of how much work there is to be done in terms of creating a more level playing field for all genders in the world of poker.