Vanessa Rousso Net Worth

What is Vanessa Rousso’s net worth? 

Net Worth:$4 Million Age:38 Born:February 5, 1983 Country of Origin:United States of America Source of Wealth:Professional Poker Player Last Updated:2021

Vanessa Rousso is a lawyer who who enjoys playing poker.

Rousso was born in the town of White Plains in the state of New York. She is a dual citizen of France and the United States.

She earned approximately $3.5 million in live poker tournaments between 2005 and 2011, although she has been less active since then, winning just $83,000 in live tournaments between 2012 and 2017.

Rousso made her first bet at the Hard Rock ten-player sit & go tables, where the first reward was $250.

She saved $1,500 for a $1,500 entry fee in Atlantic City in 2005, which she turned for $17,500. She was allowed to enter the World Poker Tour tournament at the Bellagio in Las Vegas as a result of this.

She joined the professional poker circuit the next year. She earned many in-the-money tournament results in her first year of playing, including a seventh-place finish in a field of 605 in the $25,000 World Poker Tour event in 2006.

Rousso was a well-known poker player in 2007. In the same year, she travelled to Washington, DC with a delegation of poker industry officials and leaders from the 800,000-strong Poker Players Alliance in an attempt to persuade Congress to repeal the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act.

In 2009, she was unable to make the televised six-handed WPT final table. She came in seventh place and won $79,117 at the World Poker Tour Season VII Southern Poker Championship. In the same year, she finished in the money four times and was ranked 27th out of 201 competitors in Event 2.

Vanessa Rousso’s net worth is expected to be at $4 million in 2022.

Favorite Quotes from Vanessa Rousso

“It’s a really close toss-up because I don’t know if you got the memo, but I’m a human being, … with flaws, and hormones, once a month especially (laughs). Let me tell you, all those cryings, I bet you could time them, and they are 28 days apart. Literally, as a female, although I do well in male-dominated games, I still am female, and I get emotional.” – Vanessa Rousso 

“As far as the deal-making thing, my strategy going in was I had the following toolbox, and my tools were essentially anything that comes out of my mouth, the ability to make deals; my assets were my integrity or, in other words, the willingness of people to accept the deal I offered them.” – Vanessa Rousso 

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