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Adam Bilzerian is the son of the popular 1980s corporate raider, Paul Bilzerian, and the brother of popular poker player, Dan Bilzerian. Born in 1983, the 37 years old professional poker player grew up in Florida with his parents, Paul Bilzerian and Terri. Adam Bilzerian is a Nevisian professional poker player. He hails from a rich and famous family and has certainly benefited from his family’s wealth over the years. While he had a series of successes in the poker field between 2009 and 2016, he has mostly disappeared from the public eye since.

Adam Bilzerian net worth: If anyone ever wanted evidence to support the theory that gambling prowess is genetic, they need to look no further than the Bilzerian family.

While playboy Dan Bilzerian is by far the most famous gambler of the family (and more for his Instagram antics than his winnings), and father Paul is said to be fond of a good poker game, younger son Adam has also achieved significant success at the felt table over the years.

In the 2009 WSOP, where both Dan and Adam participated, Norman Chad called them the “Flying Bilzerian Brothers”, a nickname that since then stuck.

Adam Bilzerian’s fame goes beyond gambling; he’s also a controversial figure due to his political views and some of the life choices he has made. Let’s dive into the story of the mystery man of poker, and take a look at Adam Bilzerian’s likely net worth today.

Early Career

Adam was born in 1983 and grew up in Tampa, Florida. He led an idyllic, privileged lifestyle up through his teenage years. The family’s house has been described as a mansion, half the size of Buckingham Palace. Its amenities included lake-front views, a swimming pool, a water slide, an indoor basketball court, a batting cage, and an imported volcanic rock mountain. Adam excelled at tennis as a youth and represented his high school in the sport.

All this changed when Adam’s father was sent to jail for market manipulation. The family filed for bankruptcy, and Paul was engaged in legal battles with the US government for the next 20 years over earnings that he had supposedly hidden.

During this upheaval, Adam attended Vanderbilt University, earning a B.A. in history and later an MBA from Macquarie University in Australia. He eventually transitioned into playing poker professionally.

Professional Poker Career

Due to his quiet nature and lack of interest in being part of the spotlight, many details about Adam Bilzerian’s life are hard to come by.

For example, no one quite knows exactly when he developed an interest in professional poker. Given the timeline of his arrival onto the professional poker scene, though, it’s highly likely that his brother Dan’s success is what piqued Adam’s interest.

Adam seems to prefer private games to highly-publicized, televised poker events. One of his most famous private games involved baseball icon Alex Rodriguez at the Bellagio in Las Vegas on an undisclosed date. Although Rodriguez ultimately lost to Bilzerian, he came in second and impressed Bilzerian with his skills.

As for his public gambling escapades, Adam has made some tidy sums over the years. He participated in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) in 2009, alongside his brother. Both came away with significant winnings. This fraternal achievement led sports commentator Norman Chad to dub them the “Flying Bilzerian Brothers.”

Adam also played and won money in 2010, 2015, and 2016 WSOP tournaments and the 2013 World Poker Tour Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic in Las Vegas.

His most recent public gambling event was the 2016 WSOP tournament.

Adam Bilzerian Achievements at a Glance

Adam Bilzerian Biggest Cashes

Adam Bilzerian Recent Earnings

Adam Bilzerian Net Worth

Adam Bilzerian’s net worth is estimated to be around $100 million. While he has certainly earned a sizeable chunk of that through his profitable poker career, many people suspect that part of it also comes from less reputable sources.

Adam’s father, Paul, set up trust funds for both of his children when they were young. When his legal troubles began with the US government, he claimed to have very few financial assets with which to repay the government. Many people believe that Paul used his children’s trust funds to hide large sums of money from the government and avoid repayment.

None of this has ever been proven, and all members of the Bilzerian family vehemently deny such accusations, but doubt remains about the veracity of their claims.

In addition to poker earnings and trust fund money, Adam has also earned money as an author.

He published a book in 2010 entitled, “America: Love It or Leave It: So, I Left.” The book detailed his experiences related to his father’s legal troubles and his disillusion with the US government. He also explained his frustration with the results of the 2004 presidential election and his subsequent decision to renounce his American citizenship.

While American nationalists accused the book of being a blatant attack on the country and its political system, it was received favorably by many others as a legitimate list of grievances against the failings of the US government. It certainly helped Adam Bilzerian’s net worth as well as causing a small political storm.

Personal Life

The US government’s treatment of Paul Bilzerian profoundly affected Adam. Whereas he had at one time dreamed of joining the Army to defend his country, Adam soon became bitter toward the government.

Things came to a head in 2007 when he decided to move to St. Kitts and Nevis. He invested a significant amount of money on the island of Nevis and, in return, received citizenship the following year. He promptly renounced his American citizenship in protest of all that had happened to his family during the US government’s decades-long persecution of his father.

Adam now lives peacefully on Nevis with his wife and two children in their island abode.

Conclusion: The Mystery Man of Poker

Adam Bilzerian is a Nevisian professional poker player. He hails from a rich and famous family and has certainly benefited from his family’s wealth over the years.

While he had a series of successes in the poker field between 2009 and 2016, he has mostly disappeared from the public eye since.

To date, Adam’s total live earnings amount to $877,687, and his All-Time Money List Best Rank sits at 1,599th, according to the Hendon Mob website.

Aside from his poker fame, Adam is also known for renouncing his American citizenship and writing a scathing book about the failings and poor decisions of the US Government.

Sources

Adam Bilzerian is an American-born Nevisian poker player and writer, and the son of the convicted felon and takeover specialist Paul Bilzerian.

Wiki/Biography

Adam J. Bilzerian was born in 1983 (age 37 years; as of 2020) in Tampa, Florida. He did his schooling at Gaither High School, Hillsborough County, Florida, where he represented his school team in Tennis. He studied BA in History from Vanderbilt University, Nashville.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 11″

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Brown

Family &Ethnicity

He is of Armenian descent, and his forefathers survived the Armenian Genocide (1914–1923), the mass murder of ethnic Armenians in Turkey and adjoining regions by the Ottoman government during World War I; they came to the US in the 20th century.

Parents & Siblings

He is the son of a takeover specialist, entrepreneur, and convicted felon Paul Bilzerian and Terri Steffen. He has a brother named Dan Bilzerian, a poker player and social media influencer.

Adam Bilzerian’s Parents

Wife and Children

He is married to Audrey Bilzerian. He has two sons named Everett Bilzerian and Ares Bilzerian (born in January 2013).

Adam Bilzerian with his family

Career

He has played in a variety of online and private games and has won many of them. One of his most famous private games is a game that he played with the baseball player Alex Rodriguez at Bellagio in Las Vegas. Adam was surprised by Alex’s skills and said,

Alex busted everyone except me. I was like whoa, this guy can play. He had an amazing run. He won about $20,000 and left with everyone’s money.”

In 2009, he participated in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) with his brother and came in 47th place with a winning of $138,568. Seeing the two brothers’ skills, American columnist Norman Chad nicknamed them the ‘Flying Bilzerian Brothers.’ The same year, he played Chinese Poker at Bellagio with a buy-in of $10,000+300 and placed 1st in the game with a winning of $47,900. He also participated in 2010, 2015, and 2016 WSOP tournaments. In the 2013 World Poker Tour Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic, Las Vegas, he was placed in the $10,000+400 No-Limit Hold’Em World Poker Tour Main Event; he placed 13th and made winning of $51,158.

Adam Bilzerian playing poker

In 2010, he wrote his first book ‘America: love it or leave it — so I left,’ which was published by the Libertad Publications.

He has written two more books: America: Land of the Free My Ass (2011) and Null America (2011).

Paul Bilzerian

Facts/Trivia

Adam Bilzerian

  • In June 2001, FBI agents raided the Bilzerian residence in Tampa, Florida, in relation to charges of market manipulation against Paul Bilzerian, which was described by a neighbor as ‘pure intimidation.’ Four months after Paul was arrested, his wife and Adam’s mother, Terri Steffen, delivered over 1,000 pages of documents to the court and requested a two-day leave for Bilzerian to attend Adam’s high school graduation ceremony, which was denied.
  • Once in an interview, he questioned his dream of becoming an Army Green Beret, he said,
  • How can you go in and fight for your country when this is what they’re doing to [your father]?”
  • His father’s arrest and all that happened with his family made him politically conscious while growing up. In the 2004 United States presidential election that resulted in a second term for George W. Bush, he thought that it was a bad sign if for the future of freedom of the Bill of Rights in the US and decided to emigrate. In 2007, he purchased a residence in Saint Kitts and Nevis, and a year after, he became a citizen of the country via ‘citizenship by investment’ and renounced his US citizenship; he was one of 231 Americans to renounced his citizenship that year. Talking about it in an interview, he said,
  • When (George W.) Bush was elected for the second time, I felt that the country was going to be in such a downward spiral. They were eliminating freedoms, restricting the bill of rights. It’s so hard to keep yourself out of trouble. If the IRS thinks you’re doing something wrong and audit you, they make your life a nightmare … they run you to the ground.”
  • Adam Bilzerian holding his St. Kitts and Nevis Passport
  • In 2018, Adam and his brother, Dan Bilzerian, obtained their Armenian citizenship.
  • He has been ranked 1,120th in the United States All Time Money List, 151th in Nevada, USA All-Time Money List, and placed 570th in popularity ranking.
  • He is an avid dog lover and owns a pet dog named ‘Chloe.’
  • In 2020, during the Azeri attacks in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, Adam, with his father and brother, donated $250,000 to the Hayastan All-Armenian Fund, which is currently raising funds to support Artsakh in the attacks.

1.↑Wikipedia2.↑Reuters3.↑Armen Press4.↑Poker Player5.↑Reuters



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