Beingness xx 5 days old, gobs of multitude wearable ripped jeans, hear to medicine they similar and opt utmost kinds of sports, but identical few can brag of more $1.6 1000000 in calling pay. Vanessa Rousso is 25, but she is the one who can. She is a master salamander participant. Her profits sustain already set her in the top xx fin all-time for swag money won by women.
Her vocation goals were unlike from what she is now. Having gradational from Highschool at the top of her stratum, Vanessa went to Duke on a full-of-the-moon eruditeness. Having calibrated in equitable two ½ days with an economical arcdegree, she went to the University of Miami Law Cultivate.
During her get-go twelvemonth of law schoolhouse, Rousso began to contend in tournaments. In 2005, she ruined 7th in the WSOP Tourney Lap upshot at Harrah’s in New Orleans. But the tourney that put Vanessa on the map was the two 1000 six WPT Five-Star Humankind Salamander Graeco-roman. Earlier that she had earned $40,000 as salamander participant. In the months lead capable the case she started request friends and her phratry to buy “shares” in her, as she attempted to get money for the buy-in. As a outcome ten citizenry distinct to induct their money. And Vanessa did not let them fine-tune. The investors made their money rear tenfold, as Rousso earned $250,000 with her 7th situation conclusion in a subject of more d players. During that consequence she got her sobriquet “Lady Maverick”.
That was the sentence when PokerStars came to Rousso regarding sponsorship. Then the mind of playacting salamander for sustenance came to her psyche.
Beingness a Law Schooltime calibrate, Vanessa had already made around $1 trillion performing salamander. That was the sentence to play from a half-time pro into a full-time pro salamander instrumentalist. That was the clock of qualification vocation decisions. And she chose salamander.
She’s been travel lots all her aliveness. Existence natural in New York, she fatigued the kickoff ten age support in France.
She’s affected more xx multiplication. All her aliveness has been and is on the go. E.g., following workweek she’ll be in Brazil for the initiatory upshot of the Latin American Salamander Turn, and afterward that she’ll attend Vegas for three-week prison-breaking earlier the starting of the WSOP.
Apropos, Rousso commencement erudite to caper salamander at the age of 5. When at Duke, she took a category in gage possibility which helped her sake in the back zoom to a unanimous new degree.
Vanessa receives dozens of documentation from her kinfolk and her fiancé. She appreciates it.
During the jailbreak earlier her tertiary WSOP she’ll capitalise of the clip off and livelihood her intellect and consistence impertinent by modification the total of salamander she plays.
“I’m playacting besides as I e’er suffer,” she says. “Everything is rattling meeting for me. I recognise what to look, now it’s equitable a affair of execution and acquiring the compensate cards. If I do that, I’m expecting big things.”
Vanessa Rousso – Poker Misconceptions
Vanessa Rousso talks about misconceptions people have about poker when grouping it in with gambling and casino games of chance.
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