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Liv Boeree Wiki, Bio, Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Dating or Lesbian

Updated On: 12 Jun, 2018

Liv Boeree Wiki, Bio, Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Dating or Lesbian

Quick Information

Date of Birth July 18, 1984
Age 34 Years 0 Month(s)
Citizenship British
Profession Poker Player
Marital Status Single
Divorced Not Yet
Boyfriend/Dating Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No
Net Worth $4 Million (Estimated)
Ethnicity White
Children/Kids Not Yet
Height 5 feet 10 Inches (1.78 m)

Liv Boeree is a professional English poker player well-known as the champion of the European Poker Tour 2010 and World Series of Poker 2017. She is also known as the reality television personality and presenter renowned as host of Discovery Channel's The Mind control Freaks and Red Bull TV's MindGamers. Liv Boeree was also a guitarist of a metal band in her teens and recognized as Iron Maiden.

What Is The Net Worth of Liv Boeree?

Poker player and a reality star Liv Boeree has an estimated net worth of $4 million dollars from her expertise in a poker game. Her total live tournament winning amount is over $3 million dollars whereas her biggest live win is $1,698,300 as of August 2017. She has also earned various competitions which have landed her huge fortune.

Liv Boeree has been appearing in Poker Tour and Golden Balls earning huge prizes as well. Liv Boeree won the championship event for $273,964 with Russian poker player Igor Kurganov at the World Series of Poker 2017, in Las Vegas. She was the winner of European Poker Tour main event in Sanremo on 21 April 2010 which handed her $1,675,260.

She started on television as one of five participates for reality television program Ultimatepoker.com Showdown telecasted on five in autumn 2005. Liv is also known as a model who participated in photoshoots for Loaded and Maxim magazines where she earned a lofty salary. She has also garnered fame and wealth as an acute guitar player in her early teens as well.

She also mostly actives on charity works as well. She is a co-founder of Rising for active Giving which founded in 2014, which is an organization that educates poker about Effective Altruism. This group has raised over $6 million dollars for its supports charities as of January 2017.

Is She Married or Dating with someone? Alos know about her Personal Life:

Liv Boeree has been dating her professional poker partner Igor Kurganov since 2014. Her boyfriend is a Russian poker player and a founding member of Raising for Effective Giving. The couple is not hesitant to share their romantic life on the social media. She shared a picture with her boyfriend on Valentine's Day of 2017.

Poker Partners Liv Boeree and Igor enjoy countryside view (Photo: Instagram)

The professional partners turned life partners are often seen on various poker tournament making huge wins including World Series of Poker 2017. Her Instagram profile is full of her adventures into the wild with her possible husband Igor. 

Prior to Igor, she started dating American singer Sully Erna from December 2009. She met her ex-boyfriend in a poker program in 2008 and gradually started melting hearts with each other. They sailed their life in a different direction after they broke up their relationship within a month.

She was in a romantic affair with another poker player Kevin MacPhee. The poker duo also could not sustain their relationships and parted in an ugly way. Kevin alleged that his girlfriend was cheating on him with Galen Hall during Summers World Series of Poker (WSOP) in 2013.

Her colorful personal life proves that she is not lesbian and enjoying her life with boyfriend Igor.

Short Bio:

Born in 1984 in Kent, England, Liv Boeree celebrates her birthday on July 18 every year. She has kept the details of her parents is secluded. As per wiki, the lady holds the British nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. She stands tall with a height of 5 feet 10 inches and with seductive body measurements of 34-24-36 inches. She attended her schooling from the Ashford School, England. Later she earned a First Class Honours degree in Physics with Astrophysics from the University of Manchester.