WV KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Women Hold-Up Men's Poker Game

Some men who were playing poker in Putnam County were dealt an unexpected bad hand.

The Putnam sheriff's department says two women held up the poker game and got away with tens of thousands of dollars.

Last week all six players at the game being played in Teays Valley say they lost big when two women decided to rob them.

"This is uncommon thing. Uncommon from the fact that it was a poker game and also the fact it was committed by two females. You don't usually see females doing armed robberies," said Sheriff Mark Smith.

The two women went behind a closed door, both had guns and were dressed in camouflage when they told the players to give them a bag that was filled with $27,000.

WSAZ-TV says Kimberly Steinbrecher turned herself in and admitted to playing the dangerous game, saying she and Jacqueline Dennis were behind the poker robbery.

Deputies are still looking for Dennis, who is still on the run.

Police say Dennis is from Kenova, and is considered armed and dangerous.