Through the Lens: Kiletto Conquers Femme Fatale ll

After a quick exit during the Femme Fatale II opener, Lily Kiletto returned and dominated Tuesday’s finale. She ended the session  and her Poker After Dark debut up over $20,000 thanks to a few big hands. Maria Ho also joined the game, after missing Monday’s session due to a deep World Poker Tour run. Kitty Kuo and Elica Lemann were the two other winners on the session, both booking wins around $8,000. Denise Pratt hung tough until she ran into Kym Lim’s aces late in the session. Here is a look back at some of my favorite images from Tuesday’s session!

All eyes were on Maria Ho to kick off last nights session, as she was the only new player added to the line up. Ho was suppose to play night one as well, but due to a deep run in the WPT Venetian event, she could not make it. Ho went on to finish 53rd in the event out of 734 players, just a few weeks after winning the $25k high roller at LAPC! 
Back-to-back winning sessions in a tough line up is enough to put a smile on anyones face. Kitty Kuo was constantly cracking jokes and keeping the table entertained as she went on to win just under $20,000 in the two sessions. 
Despite having the biggest stack on the table, Kym Lim was actually booked a small loss on last nights session. Lim still came out ahead after both nights of play, having a great debut at the PokerGO studio. 
After a disappointing session on night one of Femme Fatale, Lily Kiletto returned with a vengeance for night two. Kiletto came out ahead over $20,000 in last nights session making here far and away the biggest winner on the night. 
Lily Kiletto’s castle of chips. 
Role reversal! Maria Ho can usually be found on stage interviewing players during the marquee Poker Central events at the PokerGO studio, however last night Brent Hanks had the opportunity to interview Maria. The two broke down Maria’s strategy at a table full of a women, as well as Maria’s recent tournament success. 
Last nights session started off pretty rough for Farah Galfond, as she struggled to gain any momentum early. She would eventually climb out of the hole, putting herself in the black on the session. Galfond eventually finished the session a small loser, down just a few hundred.