Andy Bloch has had a pretty successful poker career that’s seen him earn $5.33 million in live tournaments. But would you have guessed that he made the kind of money to own a home worth nearly eight figures?
Bloch has listed his Las Vegas house for $9 million, which you can see here at Realtor.com. This Sin City palace is truly massive, spanning 10,591 square feet and featuring 6 bedrooms and 6.6 bathrooms. It’s complete with a big poker room, giant bathroom, enormous walk-in bedroom closet, and an outdoor pool that offers a distant view of Vegas.
Bloch has made quite a name for himself in the gambling community. His gaming career began as a member of the MIT Blackjack Team. He then started pursuing poker, where he experienced massive success in the 2000s. Bloch was also one of the most-prominent members of Team Full Tilt, until Black Friday happened in 2011.
Since this time, many ex-Full Tilt pros have found their bank accounts drying up. Perhaps this is the same case with Bloch, who likely finds a $9 million home to be a little pricey these days. Anyways, here’s a look at some pictures of Bloch’s house: