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CEO (and Poker Pro) Cary Katz Wants to Avoid Bad Beat in Sale of $22M Las Vegas Mansion

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    Living in style in Las Vegas.

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    This closet is insane.

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    Check out that pool.

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    A place to lounge by the pool.

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    Whether you go left or right, you're still going to be heading into opulence.

Pro poker player and student loan mogul Cary Katz is looking to draw the right buyer for the $22 million mansion he just put on the market in Las Vegas.

The College Loan Corp. CEO, best known for his World Series of Poker appearances on ESPN, owns one heckuva lavish estate in Sin City. The mansion was built in 2000 and sits on three-quarters of an acre of land.

The six-bedroom, 15,479-square-foot home is adorned with opulent chandeliers, ornate marble, statuesque columns, and coffered ceilings. Out back, mature palm trees frame a heavenly blue pool with water features.

But you really don't need to go outside when you see what the interior has to offer. Heck, you might get lost in the closet before you could even find the front door.

In addition to making millions at the poker table (and drawing out a win in one of the most infamous bad beats in poker history), Katz founded College Loan Corp. in 1999, which now manages over $10 billion in student loans.