Vanessa Rousso To Teach Winning Poker Strategies On Paradise Island

Vanessa Rousso (27) AKA “Lady Maverick” is taking her poker talents on location after organising a series of boot camps designed to teach serious players professional poker winning strategies and give them an edge over their competition.
Rousso’s first boot camp is called “Strategy Symposium Under the Sun,” and gets underway at the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island January 10th 2010 before moving onto Biloxi, Mississippi on the 22nd where she will hold a two day seminar entitled “Poker Tournament Theory Boot Camp & Tournament.”
PokerStars pro Rousso said: “My biggest passion outside of playing poker is in teaching poker strategy. I love watching that light bulb go off in my students’ minds when they discover something new. It is very exciting when their confidence level improves as a result of implementing what they have learned at my boot camp. One of my students raked in $40,000 at the Main Event during the World Series of Poker!”
Vanessa Rousso is well qualified to improve players skill levels, having earned over $2,300,000 from live tournaments including 11 WSOP cashes, a 1st place finish at the 2006 Borgata Poker Open for $285,450 and this year winning the EPT Monte Carlo Grand Final  for a $1,021,713 payday.
Noted for her glamorous looks as well as for her poker acumen, Vanessa has been a popular choice as host for a variety of shows including  ‘PokerStars Million Dollar Challenge’ (FOX) and Poker After Dark (NBC). As the New Year gets underway Vanessa is looking to impart some of her immense poker knowledge and experience to those poker enthusiasts looking to realise their dreams of playing at the highest skill levels.
In other Vanessa Rousso related news, the enterprising and glamorous poker pro and soon to be Law graduate has appeared on the front cover of February 2010’s Hustler Magazine. The title proclaims “Poker Queen Vanessa Rousso Shows Her Hand,” but before you rush out and order a copy Vanessa is actually one of the few girls actually to keep her clothes on in the magazine and instead devotes her time to a two page article on poker strategy.

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