Rick Salomon spouse
Elizabeth Daily 1995–2000
Elizabeth Ann Guttman, credited as E. G. Daily and sometimes Elizabeth Daily, is an American actress, voice artist, comedian, and singer, best known for voicing Tommy Pickles in the Nicktoons Rugrats and All Grown Up!, Buttercup in Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls, and Rudy Tabootie in ChalkZone.
Shannen Doherty 2002–2003
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Pamela Anderson 2007–2008 after 2014–2015
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Salomon was born into a wealthy family – his father was the executive vice president of one of the biggest movie studios in the world, Warner Bros. So getting a bankroll was never an issue for him.
Many sites claim that before his fame, he owned an online gambling site – however, none of them are able to name which site it was. He’s also credited as an executive producer to a 2002 movie “American Girl” on IMDB.
American socialite, film producer, celebutante, and online gambling website owner, Richard Allan “Rick” Salomon has an estimated net worth of $30.3 million.
Per Year: $5.05 Million
Per Month: $420,833.33
Per Week: $97,115.38
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Salomon Early life and Career
Salomon was born and raised in Neptune Township, New Jersey. He has owned an online gambling site. On July 1, 2014, Salomon won $2.8 million in the World Series of Poker Big One for One Drop. Four years later, Salomon won $2.84 million at the same event.
Rick Personal life – Sex tape
In 2003, a sex tape featuring Salomon and then-girlfriend Paris Hilton was leaked onto the Internet. Shortly afterward, Salomon filed a lawsuit against the company that distributed the tape, and against the Hilton family, whom he accused of tarnishing his reputation by suggesting that he had exploited Hilton. Salomon further claimed in his $10 million suit that representatives of the Hiltons tried to discourage media outlets from playing excerpts of the tape by saying that Hilton was underage when the tape was made (which would have made showing the tape illegal), and was attempting to crush him to preserve the image they had created for her. Hilton later sued the company that released the tape, Kahatani Ltd., for $30 million for violation of privacy and emotional distress.
In April 2004, Salomon began distributing the tape himself through the adult film company Red Light District Video under the title 1 Night in Paris. In July 2004, Salomon dropped his lawsuit against the Hilton family after Paris Hilton’s privacy lawsuit was thrown out of court. Salomon and Red Light District Video agreed to pay Hilton $400,000 plus a percentage of the tape’s sale profit.
Key Career Dates
- 2003: His sex tape with Paris Hilton leaks online. The next year, he even starts distributing it through an adult film company with the title “1 Night in Paris”.
- 2006: He makes a deep run in the WSOP Main Event. He comes in 196th for $42,882.
- 2014: He comes in 4th in the WSOP $1,000,000 The Big One for One Drop event for $2.8 million.
- 2016: He comes in 3rd in the €1,000,000 Big One for One Drop event at The Monte-Carlo One Drop Extravaganza for $3,307,206. That is his biggest single live tournament cash to date.
- 2018: He repeats his 2014 feat and comes in 4th in the WSOP $1,000,000 The Big One for One Drop event again, this time for $2.84 million.
According to the Hendon Mob, Rick Salomon has $9.906 million in career earnings in live tournaments. That actually places him in the top 100 on the all-time money list. His profile shows just 13 individual amounts of cash, which means he’s mostly been playing high buy-in events.
His first recorded ITM finish is from July 2005, when he finished 13th in a $3,000 tournament for $4,800. A year later, on July 2006, he won a $1,000 Bellagio Cup for $125,715 – that is the first 6-figure score on his sheet.
In November 2018, he came in 2nd in a $100K Fall Madness high roller at the Aria. He won $672,000 after being defeated by David Peters’s heads-up for the title.
His biggest live tournament cash to date comes from October 2016. At The Monte-Carlo One Drop Extravaganza, he ended up taking 3rd place in the €1,000,000 Big One for One Drop event and won €3 million – 3,307,206 in US dollars at the time.
World Series of Poker
Salomon has cashed in the WSOP only four times – however, it’s for a combined whopping $5.69 million.
His first World Series cash is from the 2006 Main Event. He made a deep run, eventually finishing 196th place out of a field of 8,773 players for $42,882. That was the year the record for the biggest prize pool for the Main Event was broken. Jamie Gold ended up winning the $12 million first prize, which is a record unbroken to this day.
In 2007, Salomon made a modest $8,232 by finishing 60th of the $ 1,000 No-Limit Hold’em event.
In 2014, he finished 4th in the $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop high roller. That is an impressive feat, given the fact that that high buy-in draws the greatest poker players from around the world. At the final table, he had to face the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Christoph Vogelsang and the eventual winner Dan Colman. Salomon’s 4th place in that field got him a $2.8 million payday.
Even more impressively, when the WSOP decided to put on another $1 million One Drop event in 2018 after 4 years of hiatus, Salomon took 4th place again! That year, only 27 bought in for the event, so only 5 places paid yet Salomon made it in the money – he won $2.84 million this time. His final table opponents were just as impressive again – Fedor Holz, Dan Smith, and Justin Bonomo who was going on one of the greatest heaters in poker history at the time.
Live Cash Games
Salomon regularly plays in the notorious super high stakes private cash games in Las Vegas. Results from those games are evidently not public – however, during his highly publicized divorce with Pamela Anderson some interesting numbers were revealed.
Anderson’s lawyers claimed in court that Salomon won $40 million against American banker and businessman Andy Beal in a cash game held at the Bellagio in 2014.
In 2017, Salomon appeared on Poker Central’s revived version of Poker After Dark. He was playing a televised session of $300/$600 No-Limit Hold’em.
That night, he got in a huge, almost $1 million pot against Aaron Zang. He ended up winning it with a straight over Zang’s set of 8’s.