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Tag: Vanessa Rousso

Argyros Puzzled

Vanessa Rousso checked the all-spade flop, and Billy "The Croc" Argyros bet 3,700. Rousso called, and the two saw the turn come down the . Rousso checked, and Argyros checked behind.

Full House Over Full House Again

For the second time today, we just witnessed a hand play out that saw a full house beat another full house. Earlier, it was Jonathan Duhamel besting Peco Stojanovski, and this time it was Vanessa Rousso beating Daniel Neilson.

Nuts for Rousso

With around 10,000 in the pot and a board reading , George Danzer checked from the hijack and then called when Vanessa Rousso bet 3,500.

O'Grady Bad Beats Rousso

Michael O'Grady raised to 700 from under the gun and got one caller before Vanessa Rousso three-bet to 2,600 from middle position. The action folded back to O'Grady and made it 10,000 to go, which scared off the cold-caller.

Esfandiari Bets Out Rousso

Vanessa Rousso opened to 500 from under the gun and found three callers; one of which was Antonio Esfandiari in the big blind.

Three-way Chop with Top Pair

With roughly 1,700 in the middle and the flop reading , Leo Boxell checked, an unknown player bet 1,050 and Vanessa Rousso called. Boxell check-raised all in for 4,550 as the flop aggressor moved all in for 3,025.

Rousso Done in by Honeyman

Pot-Limit Omaha We missed the elimination of Vanessa Rousso, but the man that sent her packing, Dylan Honeyman, was kind enough to fill us in on what happened.

Get Yourself Some of that Razz Honey, Man

Razz We picked up the action fifth street when Vanessa Rousso bet 500 and Dylan Honeyman called. Rousso slowed down with a check on sixth, but called when Honeyman bet 500. Both players then checked seventh.

Rousso Rolls a Wheel Over Honeyman

Razz We picked up the action on fifth street when Vanessa Rousso bet 400 and Dylan Honeyman called her. Both players then checked sixth before Honeyman led out for 400 on the seventh.

One for Sotiropoulos

Stud Vanessa Rousso brought it in with a four and then called when George Sotiropoulos completed with an ace. Rousso then called a bet on fourth street before folding to one of 300 on fifth.

Rousso & Politano Hit the Rail

Mikel Habb opened for 1,200 from middle position and Vanessa Rousso defended from her big blind. The flop saw Rousso shove her last 5,500 or so and Habb made the call. "I have the queen," Rousso said before tabling the .

The Lady Didn't Want to See a Lady

Vanessa Rousso opened for 800 from the cutoff only to have the player in the small blind three-bet all in for 10,250. Rousso made the call and the cards were turned on their backs.

Bowen Drives Out Rousso

An under-the-gun player moved all in for 2,000 and Vanessa Rousso looked him up from the cutoff. The button folded, and then David Bowen came in with a three-bet to 5,500. Rousso gave it some thought but ultimately laid down here hand.

Sound the Alam for the Terminator

Action folded to Fred Alam on the button and he splashed in his stack of 2,575. Vanessa Rousso then three-bet from the small blind, which inspired the player in the big to fold.

Table 29 Shaping Up to Be One of the Toughest

Table 29 is shaping up to be one of the more interesting lineups in the tournament.

Lady Maverick Shot Down

We noticed Vanessa Rousso was no longer sitting in her seat, and a quick check with Everett Carlton, who was seated at the table, confirmed that she had been eliminated from the tournament.

Brkic Busts Lady Mavercik

Uros Brkic opened for 375 from middle position and Vanessa Rousso called from the cutoff. When the flop came down , Brkic eyed up Rousso's stack, which sat at 1,175, and then bet 1,000.

No early double up for Rousso this Time

It was no straight double up on the very first hand like yesterday for Vanessa Rousso but she did have a good start into the second flight. This was however diminished in a battle button versus small blind.

Diamonds Are Not a Girl's Best Friend

Vanessa Rousso flat-called a raise with the and picked up the nut flush draw on a seven-high flop. She then check-shoved all in, but could not improve anymore versus pocket jacks.

Rousso Gets There

After a great start with the double up in the very first hand, Vanessa Rousso "hit a hundred middle pairs that were no good" when we caught up with her during the break.