Dan Bilzerian

Born December 7th, 1980, Dan Bilzerian is touted as a poker player, businessman, and social media influencer.

Dan Bilzerian

He allegedly entered the private high-stakes poker world and became a heavyweight amateur player.

Bilzerian has high-end lifestyle and spending based on his social media posts. He’s unashamed to admit that his life is about sex, weed, and money.

When it comes to homes, Dan spared no expense on this ex-Bel Air Mansion. It was 31,000 square feet and boasted 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, 5 bars, and more. 

However, Bilzerian didn’t own the house. Instead, the modern mansion was leased in the name of his company, Ignite, for an alleged $200,000 per month.

Unfortunately, Dan had to give the home up in 2021 after his company took a massive $69 million knock. It’s alleged that he was behind in rent by a few months.

He owns fully chromed 1967 AV Shelby Cobra, white Lamborghini Aventador, a Rolls Royce Cullinan, a Bentley Continental, Cadillac Esplanade, and others.

In 2016, Dan Bilzerian was on the Joe Rogan Experience and was asked outright how he had made his money. Dan told Joe that it was made purely by playing poker. 

Pro poker player, Doug Polk, is suspicious of Dan’s claims about his poker wins. It’s hard enough for the best players in the world to make that sort of money.

In 2017, Dan Bilzerian founded the Ignite Cannabis company. His goal was to, “create the first premium cannabis brand.”

Later, his range was rebranded as a lifestyle product. The multi-million-dollar business has come under the strain of late, almost going bankrupt in 2020.

Also, his father was a shrewd businessman who made huge profits doing dirty business.  It’s possible that his lifestyle is actually backed by daddy and a possible family trust.

Dan must have made a huge dent in its numbers by now with all his spending. Anyway, it can’t strictly be attributed as Dan Bilzerian’s net worth – it’s family money.

If this is all true, we guess that Dan might really only have a current personal net worth of less than $20 million – a fraction of the original estimated sum. 

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