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Dan Bilzerian Teams Up With Lance Armstrong Ahead of LA to Vegas 48 Hour Bike Bet

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Mar/30/2016
Dan Bilzerian Teams Up With Lance Armstrong Ahead of LA to Vegas 48 Hour Bike Be

Poker Playboy Dan Bilzerian is preparing to trek from Los Angeles to Las Vegas in under 48 hours as part of a bet made with trader Bill Perkins.

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To show he is serious, Bilzerian has joined forces with disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong.  Perhaps Armstrong can provide a little more than just training on a bicycle as a means of enhancing Bilzerian’s performance (if you know what we mean).

Bilzerian accepted a bet from fellow poker player Bill Perkins for $600 000 while throwing in his jet as part of a separate wager with another player.

The 35-year-old Instagram phenom admits he has not been on a bike since the age of 18.

"This is no joke," Bilzerian told the New York Post.

"Nobody does this. From LA to Vegas I have a 13 000-foot climb - which is (almost) half of Mount Everest - but I wanted a challenge."

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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