Cookies on the PokerNews Website

We use cookies to support interactive features like login and voting. Also, we allow trusted media partners to analyze site usage. Keep cookies enabled to enjoy the full site experience. By browsing our site with cookies enabled, you are agreeing to their use. Review our cookies information for more details.

Continue using cookies

Tag: Vanessa Rousso

Rettenmaier's Tens Beat Rousso

On the flop, one player checked, and then Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso checked over to the third player in the hand, Marvin Rettenmaier. Rettenmaier fired a bet of 2,625, and the first player folded. Rousso made the call, though.

Chouity Gets Rousso Talking To Herself

Unfortunately we missed the action before the river, but the what we witnessed was very entertaining none the less. The board showed when Rousso, who was seated in the big blind, faced a shove from EPT Monte Carlo winner Nicolas Chouity.

Rousso Flush with Chips After Doubling Through Sidhu

Kuljinder Sidhu opened for 650 from the under-the-gun position and Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso made the call. The cutoff came along, as did the button and big blind, and it was five-way action to the flop.

Rousso Wants Info

The board read when Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso faced a big decision. Rousso's opponent had put out a bet worth 11,200 and the first level of the day that can be considered a huge bet.

Quick Exit for Rousso

Unfortunately we didn't see the action but we found this in our twitter feed: Vanessa Rousso @VanessaRoussoOut of ladies event, couldn't win a hand. My sister Tiffany is still in, representing the Rousso's! Good luck Tiff! http://t.

Welcome to the Table

At the end of the last break, Vanessa Rousso took a seat directly next to Lucille Cailly, and the pros wasted no time in clashing. With the board reading on the flop, Cailly led out with a bet of 275. Rousso then raised to 550.

Rousso Eliminated

A player from early position raised to 1,100 before action folded to Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso on the button. She made the call, then the player in the small blind also called.

Rousso Livid

We caught the action when Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso called a bet on the turn in a pot that turned out to be monstrous.

All About the Side Events for Benger

The room is a lot quieter after the elimination of Griffin Benger. Maybe Mike McDonald and Pratyush Buddiga will be able to concentrate a little more from now on.

Rousso Up to 80K

Vanessa Rousso opened to 800 from early position, and Yannick Bonnet called out of the small blind. The flop fell , Bonnet checked, and Rousso continued for 1,000. Bonnet called.

Some Time With Newey

High Roller, Paul Newey, seems to be enjoying his day here and just slow played top set/full house to get three streets of value out of Roger Suter. Newey was on the button and called a 600 raise from Suter in the cut-off.

Rousso Joins The Fun

Team PokerStars Pro Jake Cody just got familiar company from two of his fellow sponsored pros. Vanessa Rousso sat down to Cody's immediate left while Ville Wahlbeck is sitting a couple of seats over.

Rousso Takes Some From Bachar

Guy Bachar is still the chip leader by a clear margin but he just gave up a little bit to Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso. The flop read and Rousso had bet out 1,500 after which Bachar raised it up to 3,500. Rousso called.

Wheels Come Off For Rousso

Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso has already lost about two thirds of her stack after she doubled up Jason Wheeler. Rousso was holding against Wheeler's - the board came to give Wheeler a double up to 45,000.

Rousso Won't Be coming Back from the Break

Vanessa Rousso@VanessaRoussoJust ten spots from the money, button raises to 6k, I go all in from sb with QQ for 54k more, he calls w A8 and gets there. Frustrating. :(February 06 2013ReplyRetweetFavoriteFollow

Ten to the Money

With about 15 minutes left to go in Level 15 they are down to 130 players, which means 10 more eliminations must come before the tournament reaches the money.

Rousso All In

Vanessa Rousso put her tournament at risk by shoving on tournament chip leader, Zimnan Ziyard, but it worked out okay for her.

Vanessa Avoids Vancraywinkel's Ploy

Eric Vancraywinkel opened for 2,600 from middle position and two players called — Vanessa Rousso (small blind) and Francois Scapula (big blind). All three checked the flop.

Rousso Rolling

Vanessa Rousso and Ilan Boujenah are sitting side-by-side, having therefore been forced to battle one another for pots frequently this afternoon.

Rousso Riles Boujenah

Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso has just taken her seat here in the main event and she has already rubbed up fiery Israeli Ilan Boujenah.