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Poker Pro Vanessa Rousso Plays For $500,000 In 'Big Brother' Finale

Winner To Be Crowned Wednesday Night

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The final episode of the 17th season of CBS’ “Big Brother” airs tonight at 9:30 EST. Among the final three competitors is poker pro Vanessa Rousso, winner of more than $4.5 million lifetime in poker tournaments.

Also alive are houseguests Steve Moses and Liz Nolan. There’s a $500,000 prize for the last person standing, with $50,000 for the runner-up.

Rousso won part 1 of the final “Head of Household” competition, while Moses won part 2. The third and final round is tonight, and then a jury consisting of some former cast members will vote to determine a winner from the final two. The show is largely determined by the alliances people form.

The winner of the final competition gets to evict someone in third place.

Rousso has not only received praise from fans of the show, but also from former contestants. A player who was recently eliminated said that Rousso has “gotten away with bloody murder.”

According to analysis by buddytv.com, Rousso is a favorite to make the final two.

 
 
 
 

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Barry2
over 5 years ago

Rousso was the bubble girl. I don't know why I like to watch her lose, I must be a hater.

 
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AceOfJames
over 5 years ago

I was thinking the same thing about her being the "bubble boy/girl". She was a bitch in the game and that is why you probably turned into a hater. I disliked her in the game but she did deserve to win it.

 
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AceOfJames
over 5 years ago

One HOH away from the win! Had she won that last HOH she would have won the game. No matter who she took with her! She was clearly the better player!

 
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AceOfJames
over 5 years ago

One of her best moves was getting Julia to choose Austin in the VETO comp. HAHAHAHAHA

 
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cardplayer122
5 years ago

I did not like the way she played so I want to see her losing the game. She was so annoyed when she did not win. It was not so professional.

 
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