Hollywood Celebs & Their Poker Love


Celebs are trend setters for us! And when it comes to who’s who of Hollywood, they’ve been way ahead of their time. If truth be told, they were already placing bets before Poker became popular around the world. From the golden era to modern cinema, the Hollywood Celebs have also come a far way with their love to play poker online game. Here’s a list of the most popular poker players of Hollywood. Perhaps you want to follow them. 

Gabe Kaplan 

Gabriel Weston Kaplan, the American actor and comedian was professional poker player as well. He played in the World Series of Poker in 1978. Kaplan was regarded as one of the elite poker players. He has over $1.3 in tournament earnings. He is also the host of the popular TV-show “High-stakes poker”. 

Tobey Maguire 

Remember Peter Parker of Spider-Man (2002)? Tobey Maguire is well known for that role. He is also well known as a poker player and can be seen in various tournaments. Tobey Maguire has placed in the money in quite a few poker tournaments and according to poker pro Phil Hellmuth he has won over $10 million in Hollywood home-games. 

Jennifer Tilly 

She is an Oscar nominated actress and the girlfriend of poker pro Phil Laak. She also has a WSOP bracelet from the Woman’s $1,000 no-limit holdem poker event 2005 and a victory in WPT Ladies Night III in her sleeves. 

Ben Affleck 

The famous and handsome actor of Batman vs. Superman was the first celebrity to win a major open poker tournament when he won the California State Poker Championship Sunday, picking up $356,400. He has been engaging poker pro Annie Duke as a teacher. 

Laura Prepon 

This former star of the sitcom “That 70’s show” is absolutely obsessed with poker. Prepon is the host of “Hollywood Hold’em” on the E Network. She is also a regular player at big Hollywood home games and the Bicycle casino in LA. 

Michael Greco 

British actor best known for his role in the long running soap series East Enders. He was mentored by “Mad” Marty Wilson and has made over $430,000 playing poker tournaments. 

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