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Erika Moutinho Last Woman Standing at 2011 WSOP

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Jul/18/2011
Erika Moutinho

Erika Moutinho was the last woman standing at the 2011 World Series of Poker.  She remains in play coming into Monday with the field down to just 57 players.  She was the 40th biggest chip leader.

Over the past few days, Mississippi’s Claudia Crawford had led the last remaining females but busted Sunday night.

Moutinho is the girlfriend of Joran van der Sloot lookalike and Brunson 10 member David Sands.   She also acts as a life coach for poker players (and there is probably no better time to be a life coach, we say). 

As of Monday morning, Ben Lamb continued to dominate.  Ryan Lenaghan led the field, however.  His nationality was not immediately known at press time.  Five players from the USA, two from Russia and one each from Canada and Brazil led the pack. 

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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