A champion poker player from Sydney's ritzy eastern suburbs has been charged over the death of a French UBEReats cyclist.

French national Julien Trameaux, 26, died late last year when his bike collided with a car at Double Bay.

Millionaire poker player Warwick Mirzikinian has been charged with dangerous driving occasioning death and negligent driving occasioning death, New South Wales police have confirmed.

The 49-year-old Point Piper businessman, who lives near Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Australia's most expensive residential suburb, was driving a Tesla electric car during the collision, which occurred shortly after 6pm on November 13.

Mirzikinian attended Rose Bay police station on Sunday and was issued with a future attendance notice to appear before a Downing Centre Local Court magistrate on April 18.

Mr Trameaux, who died at the scene of the crash at New South Head Road, had worked as an UBEREats delivery cyclist at night after finishing his day shifts as a labourer.

Mr Mirzikinian is a renowned Australian poker player who has competed in a number high roller events.

He had been involved in the industry for almost 10 years and has amassed more than $640,000 in winnings.

Mr Mirzikinian has collected nearly $100,000 this year at events at Star Sydney, the Nine Network said.

He lives in a lavish four-bedroom home with his wife Kristy, who is a friend of PR queen Roxy Jacenko.

The death was the fifth cyclist fatality on NSW Roads in 2017, Transport NSW said.

Mr Mirzikinian's wife last year made headlines when a sinkhole the size of a backyard swimming pool opened up outside their Point Piper home, cutting power and interrupting personal training sessions.

'My personal trainer has come, my electricity is off and now I don't know what to do,' said Ms Mirzikinian in her blue gym gear and clutching a Mercedes-Benz umbrella.