Poker’s Phil Ivey puts Vegas-area home on the market
Professional poker player Phil Ivey has listed his Las Vegas-area home at $1,995,000.
The contemporary, built in 2001 in the community of Summerlin, has walls of windows and a massive fireplace in the two-story great room. There are golf course and mountain views, three additional fireplaces, three bedrooms, six bathrooms and 6,727 square feet of living space, according to Realtor.com. The attached garage has parking for four cars. The lot, which sits on more than 16,000 square feet, includes a swimming pool and spa.
In poker tournament play, Ivey, 34, is ranked No. 1 among all-time money winners with earnings of more than $12.8 million. He is considered the best player in the world by some industry observers, earning him the nickname the Tiger Woods of poker.
Roger L. Stein of Direct Performance Real Estate has the listing, Realtor.com shows.