Poker Pro Liv Boeree's Glamorous Photo Shoot At Maxim Magazine

Liv Boeree has been adding a touch of glamour to the poker world ever since she was picked on the reality TV show “ Showdown”, to be coached by poker legends Phil Hellmuth and Annie Duke.
That was in 2005, and since then the 24 year old beauty has been putting her skills to good use, either at the poker tables or as TV presenter, writer and interviewer on some of the most popular poker broadcasts including Gutshot TV,  Challenge TV, Gala UK Poker Tour, Sky Poker TV, Ladies World Poker Open, and the WSOPE.
As well as being a sponsored pro for the popular poker site Absolute Poker, Liv Boeree has also been cashing in on her good looks, and has just completed a photo shoot for international men’s magazine Maxim. Looking every inch the model, Liv appears in the photos in a variety of glamorous poses, including sitting on a chrome toilet and draped over a red sofa.
The interview conducted by Maxim also asks Liv a variety of questions likely to get most fans hot under the collar, and Liv shows her sporting side by answering most of them in a good humoured and spirited manner.
However, anyone thinking Liv was just a pretty face couldn’t be further from the mark, as the young stunner has more than proved her cerebral credentials, from being awarded a degree in Astrophysics at the University of Manchester to earning a total of more than $225,000 from live tournament cashes.
She has also shown her business acumen with her latest photo shoot, which must have earned her a pretty penny or two, and anyone interested in checking lovely Liv’s pictures and interview out, can see her at

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