Professional Poker Player Statistics By Gender

5.0% of professional poker players are women and 95.0% of professional poker players are men.

  • Male, 95.0%
  • Female, 5.0%

Professional Poker Players By Gender

GenderPercentages
Male95.0%
Female5.0%

Gender Pay Gap For Professional Poker Player

Women Earn 86¢ For Every $1 Earned By Men

male-income
Male Income
$69,052
female-income
Female Income
$59,518

Professional Poker Player Male to Female Ratio

We compared this job title with other job titles to see how gender percentages varied. As you can see, 19d cavalry scout and baseball player have the biggest difference in gender.

Job TitleMaleFemale
Harpist8%92%
Actress8%92%
Modern Dancer8%92%
Professional Poker Player95%5%
Assistant Varsity Football Coach98%2%
Baseball Player98%2%
19D Cavalry Scout99%1%

Professional Poker Player Statistics By Race

The most common ethnicity among professional poker players is White, which makes up 78.0% of all professional poker players. Comparatively, there are 7.2% of the Hispanic or Latino ethnicity and 6.8% of the Black or African American ethnicity.

  • White, 78.0%
  • Hispanic or Latino, 7.2%
  • Black or African American, 6.8%
  • Asian, 3.9%
  • Unknown, 3.7%
  • American Indian and Alaska Native, 0.4%

Professional Poker Player Race

Professional Poker Player RacePercentages
White78.0%
Hispanic or Latino7.2%
Black or African American6.8%
Asian3.9%
Unknown3.7%
American Indian and Alaska Native0.4%

Professional Poker Player Wage Gap By Race

Unknown professional poker players have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. Hispanic or latino professional poker players have the lowest average salary at $57,294.
$78,000
$74,000
$70,000
$66,000
$62,000
$58,000
$54,000
Unknown
White
Black or African American
Asian
Hispanic or Latino
EthnicitySalary
Unknown$74,950
White$60,057
Black or African American$68,074
Asian$61,050
Hispanic or Latino$57,294

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Professional Poker Player Age Breakdown

This chart breaks down the ages of professional poker player employees. Interestingly enough, the average age of professional poker players is 40+ years old, which represents 40% of the population.

40+ years

30-40 years

20-30 years


Professional Poker Player Age

Professional Poker Player YearsPercentages
40+ years40%
30-40 years33%
20-30 years27%

Types of Professional Poker Player Degree Levels

The most common degree for professional poker players is bachelor's degree 73% of professional poker players earn that degree. A close second is high school diploma with 8% and rounding it off is master's degree with 7%.

  • Bachelors, 73%
  • High School Diploma, 8%
  • Masters, 7%
  • Associate, 6%
  • Other Degrees, 6%

Professional Poker Players By Education

Professional Poker Player DegreePercentages
Bachelors73%
High School Diploma8%
Masters7%
Associate6%
Other Degrees6%

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Professional Poker Player Wage Gap By Education

Professional poker players with a Bachelors degree earn more than those without, at $69,052 annually. With a High School Diploma degree, professional poker players earn a median annual income of $67,860 compared to $49,011 for professional poker players with an Associate degree.
$75,000
$70,000
$65,000
$60,000
$55,000
$50,000
$45,000
High School Diploma or Less
Bachelor's Degree
Some College/ Associate Degree
EducationSalary
High School Diploma or Less$67,860
Bachelor's Degree$69,052
Some College/ Associate Degree$49,011

Professional Poker Player Turnover And Employment Statistics

The Average Number of Years That Professional Poker Player Stay in a Job

By looking over 260 professional poker players resumes, we figured out that the average professional poker player enjoys staying at their job for 11+ years for a percentage of 24%.

Less than one year

1-2 years

3-4 years

5-7 years

8-10 years

11+ years

Professional Poker Player Tenure

Number or YearsPercentages
Less than 1 year4%
1-2 years19%
3-4 years23%
5-7 years21%
8-10 years9%
11+ years24%

Comparing The LGBT Ratio of Professional Poker Players with Other Job Titles

After finding the gender ratio, we wondered if the percentages of LGBT persons were different as well. Using the data below, you can see how other job titles compare to professional poker players.

Job TitleLGBTJob Openings
Vocal Artist8.82%3,601
Men's Assistant Basketball Coach9.28%14,560
Clown11.39%24800.00%
Professional Poker Player14.59%
News Technical Director16.02%74,706
Director Of Music21.16%7,394
Stunt Driver23.07%35,337

Professional Poker Player LGBT Demographics

ProfessionPercentages of LGBT Job Openings
Vocal Artist8.82%3,601
Men's Assistant Basketball Coach9.28%14,560
Clown11.39%248
News Technical Director16.02%74,706
Director Of Music21.16%7,394
Stunt Driver23.07%35,337

Foreign Languages Spoken By Professional Poker Players

The most common foreign language among professional poker players is Spanish at 45.5%. The second-most popular foreign language spoken is Portuguese at 9.1% and Japanese is the third-most popular at 9.1%.

  • Spanish, 45.5%
  • Portuguese, 9.1%
  • Japanese, 9.1%
  • French, 9.1%
  • Mandarin, 9.1%
  • Other, 18.1%

Professional Poker Player Languages Spoken

Foreign LanguagePercentages
Spanish45.5%
Portuguese9.1%
Japanese9.1%
French9.1%
Mandarin9.1%
Other18.1%

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Professional Poker Player Demographics FAQs

How Many Professional Poker Player Are There In The Us?

There are over 133 Professional Poker Players in the United States.

What Percentage Of Professional Poker Players Are Black?

6.8% of Professional Poker Players are Black or African American

What Race Are Most Professional Poker Players?

Most a are White, with 78.0% of Professional Poker Players belonging to this ethnicity. 7.2% of Professional Poker Players are Hispanic or Latino, 6.8% of Professional Poker Players are Black or African American, 3.9% of Professional Poker Players are Asian, 3.7% of Professional Poker Players are Unknown, and 0.4% of Professional Poker Players are American Indian and Alaska Native

Are Professional Poker Player Jobs Male - Dominated ?

Yes, Professional Poker Player jobs are male - dominated. 95% of Professional Poker Players are male, and 5% are female, so there are more male Professional Poker Players than female Professional Poker Players in the United States.

How Old Is The Average Professional Poker Player ?

The average Professional Poker Player is 39 years old. 40% of Professional Poker Players are 40+ years old or older, 33% are between the ages of 30-40 years, and 27% are between 20-30 years old

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