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Susie Isaacs

Susie Isaacs
Susie Isaacs in the 2005 World Series of Poker
Residence Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
Born December 18, 1946 (1946-12-18) (age 68)
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
World Series of Poker
Bracelet(s) 2
Money finish(es) 13
Highest ITM
Main Event finish
10th, 1998

Susan J. Isaacs (born December 18, 1946 in Nashville, Tennessee) is an American professional poker player, who has been based in Las Vegas, Nevada since 1986.

Isaacs has finished in the money of six World Series of Poker (WSOP) ladies' events, and won the ladies' championship back-to-back in 1996 and 1997.

She also finished tenth in the $10,000 no limit hold'em main event in 1998.

Isaacs was featured as a regular player in the Poker Royale: The James Woods Gang vs The Unabombers series. She is also a regular contributor to Card Player Magazine.

As of 2010, her total live tournament winnings exceed $430,000.[1]

Isaacs is also the author of two poker books:

  • MsPoker: Up Close & Personal (August 25, 1999 - ISBN 0-9673459-0-1)
  • 1000 Best Poker Strategies and Secrets (May 17, 2006 - ISBN 1-4022-0668-2)

Isaacs has one son and two stepchildren.

World Series of Poker bracelets

Year Tournament Prize (US$)
1996 $1,000 Women's 7-Card Stud $42,000
1997 $1,000 Women's 7-Card Stud $38,000


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External links

  • Official site
  • GuideToPoker profile
  • Player Profile
  • PokerPages profile
  • PokerPages interview
  • Hendon Mob tournament results
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