Haralabos Voulgaris is a Greek Canadian poker enthusiast and professional gambler. Voulgaris is also the principal owner of the soccer club, CD Castellon. He has also been the former director of Quantitative Research and Development at the Dallas Mavericks. As of 2022, Haralabos Voulgaris net worth is roughly around $1.5 million.
|Full Name||Haralabos Voulgaris|
|Birthday||July 4, 1975|
|Profession||Soccer club owner, gambler|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
Haralabos Voulgaris was born on July 4, 1975, in the United States. Not much is known about his early life, parents, and education. He was 18 years of age when he took a year gap between high school and college. Voulgaris then traveled to Greece where he visited the hardscrabble villages, of Argos, and Tripoli. His parents were actually born and raised in a Greece village.
Haralabos’ parents immigrated to Canada in their 20s. Along with his father, he went on a trip to Las Vegas and spent two months at Caesars Palace. His father later became a successful Winnipeg entrepreneur. Likewise, his dad owned and operated a Greek restaurant, Hermes, and developed commercial real estate. His father later became an avid gambler and started betting on horses and sports of all kinds including card games, penny stocks, and dice games.
Haralabos Voulgaris Net Worth & Career
In the early days when he was 18 and underage, he would spend most of his time in the Caesars sportsbook. During that time, he used to watch NBA games a lot with a purpose. He used to take notes on what he sees in the game paying attention to adjustments and the flow of the pace of play. Voulgaris started betting on sports in the late 1990s. Before he reached 30, he had accumulated a massive fortune.
Haralabos shared that he used to wager a million dollars just in a single day of NBA games. He ultimately became an accomplished poker player making his way into high-stake games from Vegas to Macau. Haralabos achieved immense success and became a specialist in the NBA. He has the stamina to watch televised basketball games for uncountable hours. Voulgaris started losing big after he lost a third of his bankroll in the last month of the 2003-03 season alone.
Haralabos is also a poker enthusiast who was cashed for more than $3 million in live poker tournaments. He had won a huge sum over the course of playing in 19 different events in 14 years. He got his biggest win in September 2007 finishing third in the $10K NLHE Championship event which took place at the WPT Borgata Open for $434,560. Similarly, he finished in fourth place in the 2017 WSOP One Drop event. While finished in fourth place he pocketed $1,158,883. In Addition to that, he participates in other Live Cash Games including Poker After Dark.
Voulgaris became the Director of Quantitative Research and Development of the professional basketball team, the Dallas Mavericks in October 2018. He reportedly parted ways with the Mavericks in June 2021. Then, Haralaboros purchased the Spanish soccer club, CD Castellon in July 2022. He bought the soccer club after a year he left his role at the Dallas Mavericks. The soccer club plays in Spain’s third division called Primera Division RFEF. The soccer team hadn’t reached the top-level Spanish soccer league, La Liga in over three decades when he purchased the club.
Haralabos Voulgaris’ present relationship status is unknown. In the past, he dated many models while traveling the world. In 2015, he mentioned that he owed millions of dollars to a former NVG superhero who agreed to place bets for him with an unknown bookmaker. The identity of the superhero poker player was revealed as Tom Dwan. In October 2022, he acknowledged the multi-million dollar debt on Joe Ingram’s podcast and confirmed that Tom has repaid all his money.
Haralabos Voulgaris Net Worth
Haralabos Voulgaris’ net worth is estimated to be around $1.5 million as of 2022. He has earned a vast chunk of the amount by participating in various poker championships and Live Cash games. In addition to poker, he has also played super high stake games in NLHE cash game sessions.
Voulgaris earned his first fat bankroll of over $1 million while placing his $80,000 savings in two huge bets for the Lakers to win the title in 1999 and 2000. Vulgaris had reportedly been placing around 350 individual wagers each season.