Saturday, March 23, 2019

Dan Bilzerian poker playing skills

Dan Bilzerian poker skills.
In 2014 Dan Bilzerian claimed to have won $50 million throughout the year.

Is Dan Bilzerian's legit or full of shit?

After being known for years as a $100 Million trust fund baby. Now he denies everything and claims that he gave his daddy's ill-gotten Money (his father was a convicted Wall Street crook) to his brother (ridiculous!?! Who would do that?) and make all his Money from poker!!??!!

“I gave it all back,” Bilzerian says of the trust fund money. “I gave it to my brother. I didn’t need it, didn’t want it, didn’t care,” adding of his reputed $100 million fortune: “I never cared if people thought if I was good… I didn’t give a fuck where they thought the money came from.”

Who would be dumb enough to spit on a $100 Million fortune?
Certainly not an high roller like Dan Bilzerian!

He also lamented that he lost his privacy!!??!!
WTF? Dan busted his ass to become the Instagram #1 attention whore!


His poker skills evaluated by the most legit expert you can get.

"I think that maybe he can beat some high stakes very soft live games," was Polk's professional opinion, "but on the Internet, he's a fish in the water." - Doug Polk, one of the greatest Heads Up Poker players Of All Time.

Poker skills aside, Dan Bilzerian is one hell of a cool guy anyway!

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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Friday, March 8, 2019


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