Eli Elezra Las Vegas Mansion on the Market

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Eli Elezra
12:36
29 Jun

Israeli-American big name poker professional Eli Elezra has fitted more into his 54 year life than two or three people could fit in a century.

As a young adult in his native country, the man known as Mr. Vegas was a lieutenant in the Israeli Army, where he injured his leg in an accident. Eventually, Elezra wound up in the United States, where he worked a number of jobs before he moved to Las Vegas.

In Vegas, he and his brother became successful businessmen in the photography area, a venture which made Elezra reasonably wealthy. His success also transferred to poker, where he quickly became a household name in professional circles.

Among his key poker accolades are 12 World Series of Poker (WSOP) in the money finishes and three WSOP Gold Bracelets, the most recent of which came just last week when he took out the $1,500 Seven Card Stud event.

All of the hard work and success have yielded many fruits for Elezra, including an exquisite mansion in the suburbs of the world’s most famous casino city. But now, the six bedroom, six-bathroom, four-car garage property has been put up for sale for US$1,989,450.

Palm trees surround the mansion, and judging by the photos on the Vegas One Realty website, the inside of the house is even better than the outside. The house boasts high ceilings, large rooms and a kitchen that would likely make Gordon Ramsay drool in admiration.

While Las Vegas is situated within a desert, there is the possibility that one could still get cold. That will be a thing of the past in the Elezra house since it has not one, not two, but three fireplaces.

It’s unclear where the poker great, his wife and five children will move to next, but Elezra has certainly left a nice crib up for a grabs for a lucky (and wealthy) buyer to move into.


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