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Tatjana Pasalic the WSOP Day 6 Girl On The Rail

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/16/2010
Tatjana Pasalic

The boys from WickedChopsPoker.com selected Gambling911.com favorite, Tatjana Pasalic, as their 2010 World Series of Poker (WSOP) “Girl on the rail”.  Simply put, this is someone who is watching the WSOP event from the sidelines and just happens to get photographed by those horny bastards at WCP  (see more photos of Tatjana Pasalic here)

For those of you keeping score, Tatjana is so far 2010’s Sexiest Poker Player, but there is plenty more time to calculate.  She’s up against tough competition including Doyle Brunson.

I had an opportunity to interview the Croatian hottie recently.  Her mentor is another poker babe it seems.

“Kara Scott is my mentor and I have learned so much of that girl, she's amazing but I have so much to work on, I have been neglecting the game lately. I used to play almost every day but with the work I got going on - a news portal to take care of and presenting - I don't find much time for playing. Need to sort that out!”

While she may be present at this year’s WSOP, the Balkans is her love and she is working to build awareness in that region for the game of poker.

“I am mostly focused on the Balkan region but you can see me all over the place from LA to Russia. I have spent three years helping to build the poker scene in the region, raising awareness and educating people so ex Yugoslavia is like my baby. I go to the EPT, WSOP,WPT...but always love to come ‘home' and see poker blossoming there.” 

Here were your latest 2010 WSOP results as of 2 pm PST Friday:

                  1

                 

Theo Jorgensen

                  10,700,000        

                  +2,500,000

                  Copenhagen

                  -

                  Denmark

                  2

                 

John Racener

                  8,500,000        

                  +1,190,000

                  Port Richey

                  FL

                  United States

                  3

                 

Jonathan Driscoll

                  6,980,000        

                  +1,380,000

                  Blainville

                  QC

                  Canada

                  4

                 

Gabe Costner

                  6,900,000        

                  +700,000

                  Biloxi

                  MS

                  United States

                  5

                 

Michael Mizrachi

                  6,300,000        

                  -2,000,000

                  Miami

                  FL

                  United States

                  6

                 

William Thorson

                  5,840,000        

                  -1,310,000

                  Varberg

                  -

                  Sweden

                  7

                 

Patrick Eskandar

                  5,500,000        

                  -40,000

                  Ladera Ranch

                  CA

                  United States

                  8

                 

Matt Affleck

                  5,465,000        

                  +150,000

                  Mill Creek

                  WA

                  United States

                  9

                 

Edward Ochana

                  5,200,000        

                  +300,000

                  Elgin

                  IL

                  United States

                  10

                 

Matthew Berkey

                  5,200,000        

                  -250,000

                  Las Vegas

                  NV

                  United States

Jenny Woo, Gambling911.com Senior International Correspondent

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