PokerPlayer Top 5: Female poker hosts

PokerPlayer strives to bring you the biggest and best interviews with the game’s superstars. But even our talents don’t stretch to hosting the top poker TV shows and videos that we all love to watch. Frankly, we are just not good looking enough.

Fortunately there are an abundance of beautiful women hosting poker productions who have both the looks and the personalities to make even Nanonoko look up from his 24 tables. Here’s our top five female poker hosts…

5. Tatjana Pasalic

Brought up in Croatia, ‘Tattytats’ first caused a stir blogging on the European poker circuit. It wasn’t long until she was asked to present for Unibet, PartyPoker and the World Poker Tour (WPT).

She’s since moved to London and now works for and Sky Poker, along with being a handy poker player herself! I’m sure there are plenty of you that are jealous of her boyfriend, professional poker player McLean Karr. I mean, who can forget that catsuit at the WSOP

Here’s Tatjana interviewing Daniel Negreanu, Vanessa Selbst and Vanessa Rousso.

4. Michelle Orpe

If you can remember poker five years ago then you’ll remember Michelle Orpe. The blonde TV host first hit poker screens on Sky Poker, before moving on to grace the European Poker Tour (EPT) shows on Channel 4.

Since giving birth Michelle has focussed on motherhood, but we hope to see her back hosting poker soon! Here’s a particularly fun interview with Daniel Negreanu.

3. Kimberly Lansing

Perhaps the most glamorous TV poker host of all time, Kimberly Lansing is known for being the face of the WPT for three seasons. 

High-stakes action and an insanely beautiful presenter. What more do you need?

2. Kristy Arnett

For four years, Kristy Arnett has been fronting videos with a cheeky personality that makes tournament reporting incredibly easy to watch. 

Here’s a cool feature taking us around the beautiful city of Barcelona. If you were on that beach at the time then congratulations on running way above expectation…

1. Kara Scott

She’s  been there and done it all and is still one of the hottest women in poker. Kara Scott has hosted shows for Sky Poker, the EPT, PartyPoker, GSN’s High Stakes Poker and currently reports for the fantastic WSOP programmes.

Not satisfied with working on virtually every poker production on TV, Kara also has some impressive results to add to her Hendon Mob page! She ran deep in both the 2008 and 2009 WSOP Main Events and finished second in the popular Irish Open in 2009 for €312,600.

Plus, anyone that can keep calm interviewing Tony G in this mood deserves to be number one…

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