Paris Hilton Wins $30K Playing Blackjack

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Dec/10/2012
Paris Hilton Wins $30K Playing Blackjack

Her former beau Rick Solomon claimed to be an online gambling kingpin early on in his illustrious career.  Now Paris Hilton is winning big at the Vegas casinos.

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Celebrating her 31st birthday, the socialite declared on her Twitter page she had just won $30,000 at the Blackjack tables.  Way to go Paris!

This isn’t the first time Ms. Hilton has gambled.  Far from it.

Hilton was once rumored to have gambled away her prized Bentley – valued at over $150,000.

She and sister, Nicky, are both poker aficionados.  Nicky was a regular celebrity fixture on the DoylesRoom website, now Americas Cardroom

- Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

 

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