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Ken Weitzner Home Now on Real Estate Market

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Apr/27/2010
Ken Weitzner House

The home owned by online gambling portal founder Ken Weitzner and his wife Jackie is now for sale, Gambling911.com can reveal.  The couple died in what was initially ruled a double suicide though the deaths are still under investigation.

Weitzner was a founder of the popular sports betting website EOG.com.  It was unclear what would happen with the site after its founder passed away.

A virtual tour shows how extravagant the Chesapeake, Virginia property is, like something out of the Victorian period with many modern amenities including a master bedroom with Greek sauna.

Built in 2001, the 7600 square foot home features 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and a detached garage and pool house and an apartment above the garage with full bath.

Reproduction cost would be $2.2 million.  The home was being listed at $1.6 million.

Gambling911.com Staff 

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