Female Celebrities Who Aren’t Afraid to Admit They Enjoy High-Stakes Gambling

Female Celebrity Gamblers

According to surveys, women gamble to relieve stress, loneliness, and boredom, but the women driving the steady increase in successful professional gamblers show no signs of boredom. According to statistics, gambling among women is growing faster than among men, particularly among Millenials, but women that like gambling is not a new phenomenon. In 1910, "Poker Alice" opened her own saloon, Poker's Palace, and established a reputation as a big winner. She carried a.38 revolver to protect her winnings. Judy Bayley, the "First Lady of Gambling," was a key figure in the development of the Las Vegas Strip as the manager of one of the state's first casino hotels. Today, there is a long list of female poker players who make a lot of money in poker tournaments, and celebrities who have revealed their high-stakes gambling habits include A-list actresses, singers, influencers, and professional sports athletes.

For better or worse, the increase in celebrities openly showing their gambling habits has helped to remove some of the negative stigmas associated with casino gambling. The celebrities we'll be discussing here don't try to hide the fact that they enjoy winning big and why should they? 

Here are a few female professional gamblers and celebrities with a reputation for high-stakes gambling

Jennifer Tilly 

Tilly comes from a household where poker is a way of life. She is also a dedicated poker player who is classified as a semi-professional in the gaming business. The actress won a bracelet at the 2005 World Series of Poker. Her list of accomplishments includes winning the Ladies No-Limit Hold'em tournament.

Jennifer Tilly has had her fair share of success and failure in casinos. The actress rose to become one of the world's best female poker players.

Tilly returned a few years later and has amassed a professional net worth of over $1 million. Tilly's game has improved as a result of her time away from the casinos.

Lady Gaga Loves Vegas

"P-p-p-poker face, p-p-poker face," sung the entire globe in the Fall of 2008. Lady Gaga, or Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, became an overnight superstar. She captivated us with her skills, distinctive costumes, and advocacy from when she first arrived on the music scene.

Lady Gaga's smash hit song Poker Face is still one of her most famous songs, but the fact is that she likes playing poker. Gaga has spoken about her love of gambling in several interviews. She even has a residence in Las Vegas, the gambling capital of the world but what's less known is that a Japanese gaming firm in 2017 developed a local slot machine, a "Pachinko" featuring Lady Gaga. 

Paris Hilton Loves Blackjack

Paris Hilton is a well-known celebrity socialite around the world. Las Vegas, the world's gambling capital, is one of her favorite destinations. She won $30,000 on one of her Vegas excursions. She's said to play online casino games as well — the tiny socialite is said to play as an anonymous player on poker applications and sites.

Paris Hilton is a well-known Las Vegas socialite who is no stranger to a night at the casino. Paris is typically at the casinos on official business, but when she isn't, she enjoys playing all of the casino's games.

But there is one game in particular that she adores: Blackjack. The game's appeal lies in its simplicity, which makes it ideal for both online and brick-and-mortar casinos. As a result, newcomers to the casino frequently choose Blackjack as their favorite game. In any case, Paris found the game to be simple enough to grasp!

Shannon Elizabeth

Elizabeth began playing poker when she became well-known as a result of her film performances. She turned out to be more than acceptable; she was exceptional. Shannon Elizabeth is best known for her appearances in the movies American Pie and Scary Movie.

Shannon has participated in several of the world's most prestigious poker tournaments, making final tables in many of them.

The actress appears to like the game and has amassed more than $325,000 in her poker career.

Her poker career was highlighted when she won the $55,000 Nicky Hilton New Year's Eve Poker Tournament, defeating 83 other celebrities.

Pamela Anderson 

With her performance in Baywatch, Pamela Anderson rocketed to celebrity status.

Pamela is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with when it comes to poker.

Pamela Anderson, well known for her role in Baywatch, is one of the most well-known actors. She's also renowned as one of the few female celebs that enjoy playing poker. Pamela made headlines in 2007 after losing $250,000. She has lost a bet with Rick Salomon and married him to pay off her gambling debts.

After making her debut at a BC Lions football game, Pamela Anderson was hailed as the peak of feminine beauty.

Bally Gaming, a slot machine manufacturer, announced a Pamela Anderson-themed slot machine line in 2005. The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas purchased these slots, which quickly became fan favorites once Pamela Anderson appeared to sign autographs for fans.

Victoria Bonya 

Victoria Bonya is a former Playboy model who now works as a TV presenter. She rose to fame after appearing on the Russian reality show Dom-2 about 15 years ago. Victoria confesses she spends a lot of time gaming on mobile applications since she is a big gambler. And if this photographic feature is any indication, she is a natural in a casino setting.

These women celebs are far from the only ones who like playing casino games. Casino gambling is not exclusive to a chosen few; it is open to the poor, the wealthy, the renowned, and the less fortunate.

Gambling has been aggressively pursued by professional sports, actresses, musicians, and celebrities from many walks of life creating an exclusive VIP aura around high-roller gambling. While some truly just want to enjoy themselves, others later reveal they were struggling with a gambling addiction. We hope these women know how to play their cards well! 

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