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Isabelle Mercier

 Isabelle Mercier

Isabelle "No Mercy" Mercier is a professional poker player, with winnings exceeding $1.2 million. Before diving into the poker world full-time, Isabelle earned an undergraduate law degree from the Université de Montréal and practiced commercial law for six months. Her passion for the game, however, eventually led her to Paris, France, where she pursued a master's degree while simultaneously managing the poker room at the prestigious Aviation Club de France.

Isabelle's poker career began to take flight when she secured a second-place finish in the €800 No Limit Hold'em tournament at the Masters Classic of Poker 2002 in Amsterdam, pocketing a notable $53,499. Her breakthrough moment arrived in 2004 when she clinched victory at the World Poker Tour (WPT) Ladies' Night tournament, earning her the nickname "No Mercy" from poker legend Mike Sexton.

Isabelle continued to make waves in the poker world, with notable finishes in various prestigious events including the European Poker Tour (EPT) Grand Final and the World Series of Poker (WSOP). Her achievements include multiple final table appearances, cementing her reputation as a formidable force at the felt.

With instructional DVDs, documentary appearances, and even her own biography titled "Profession: Bluffer" under her belt, Isabelle has also demonstrated her philanthropic spirit by triumphing in charity tournaments such as the PokerStars' Ante Up for Africa event.

Isabelle's affiliation with prominent poker platforms has further cemented her status in the poker world. Although she parted ways with PokerStars in 2009, she continued to leave her mark in the industry, joining BetClic as a consultant. She is currently an ambassador for the cryptocurrency poker site CoinPoker and a consultant for CryptoNews on all things poker-related.

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