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Poker Champion Eli Elezra Selling Las Vegas Home for $2 Million

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World Series of Poker champion Eli Elezra is selling his mansion in Green Valley, Las Vegas, where he lives with his wife Hila and five children, for $1, 989, 450.

Eliahu Ilan Elezra is an Israeli professional poker player and businessman. He began playing poker when he was injured in the Israeli army. Before moving to Las Vegas, Elezra spent several years working in Alaska, prior to starting his career as a professional poker player.

In this neighborhood guards stand at the gate, fountains flow, and residents use recreational facilities, a clubhouse and pool.

The 8, 842-square-foot home has six bedrooms, and additional 1, 000-square-foot detached guest house, and a three-car garage.

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It is listed with Zohar Robin, of Vegas One Realty.

Eli Elezra won the World Series of Poker event number 59 and his second championship “bracelet”, in a $2, 500 2-7 Lowball Fixed Limit Triple Draw Event. A host of big poker-playing names were in contention, including Daniel Negreanu, Michael Mizrachi and David Chiu who all had a shot to win the title with just 10 players remaining heading into the final day. The final result was Champion Eli Elezra $173, 236, 2nd Place Daniel Negreanu $107, 055 3rd Place Brian Brubaker $70, 743.

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