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Muskan Sethi Biography

Who is Muskan Sethi?

Muskan Sethi is a professional poker player from India. She has taken a very unusual path into the sport, having studied and worked in fashion, IT, and management. She has also undertaken several entrepreneurial endeavors, including founding a startup called Doggydoo that connects like-minded dog lovers to share tips on caring for their four-legged friends.



Muskan Sethi was born on 5th February 1991 in the Barakhamba area of Delhi, India. As of 2021, She is 29 years old with 5 feet and 8 inches tall in height. she is reportedly weighing in the region of 65 kg (143 lbs). she has dark brown hair and dark brown eyes.

Professionally, Muskan uses her proper name, though those that are close to her sometimes call her Muska. According to the Hendon Mob database, when playing poker online, Sethi uses the screenname musku89.

Relationship & Boyfriend (2021)

Muskan Sethi is married, though she keeps the information about her private life under wraps, so little is known about this and her other relationships. However, we do know that she has a brother named Siddhant Kanwar and a sister called Pooja Sethi.

Educational Qualification Background

Muskan Sethi was educated in Barakhamba, Delhi and she attended Delhi University. There, she studied a number of subjects, though focused mostly on computing.

After this, she moved to the United Kingdom where she got a degree in Fashion Journalism and Brand Management.

After graduating, Sethi decided that a career in either computing, fashion, journalism, or marketing was not for her. So she began looking for something else.

Muskan Sethi Net Worth (2021)

Calculating the net worth of celebrities like Muskan Sethi is difficult, though there are several figures floating about on the internet. Some state that she has amassed around ₹1.5 Crore ($205,000), though there is no way to verify this.



According to The Hendon Mob, she has earned $94,058 in live event earnings and even more online. There are many other professional poker players that have earned more, such as the author Greg Raymer, though he has also won the World Series of Poker and is much older.

Muskan Sethi’s Other Information

Muskan Sethi has a number of different vocations, though she is primarily a professional poker player. She got interested in the sport while watching poker tournaments on television, something she and her father used to do regularly.

This inspired her to start playing poker through Facebook, before joining a dedicated online poker site. After developing her skills, she entered a TV show called Shark Cage which sees players that have qualified online go up against celebrities and professionals.

This television appearance in 2014 confirmed to Sethi that she had found her calling, it also made the world of poker take note of this new talent. This helped Sethi to get recognized as a talented star, and allowed her to get a role as an ambassador for PokerStars, one of the biggest online platforms in the world. According to her bio page on the company’s website, she regularly hones her skills by playing online.

Becoming the first female professional poker player in India earned her a lot of recognition in her home country. She was presented with the “First Ladies” award by the nation’s President for her efforts. The government then recruited her to be the Responsible Gaming Ambassador for the whole of India.

Muskan Sethi Bio wiki facts

Muskan Sethi has a tattoo on her forearm. It contains a picture of two swans that form a heart with their necks and the words “my parents my pride”.  Muskan Sethi loves dogs, as evidenced by her founding a canine-themed business. She has two of her own that she has named Simba and Elvis. She also enjoys traveling and cycling.

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