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Top Gambler Won't Get $10.2M After Court Rules He Cheated
Phil Ivey has been fighting for the money since 2012
- Professional poker champ Phil Ivey won't be getting the $10.2 million he thought he won from a London casino, the
reports. The 40-year-old, whom the BBC calls "the Tiger Woods of poker," was found to have cheated in order to win the money while playing...
Poker Pro Pushed Legal Edge of Gambling, Lost Big
Phil Ivey, companion have to pay $10.1M back to the Borgata
- Phil Ivey is a poker pro, but in 2012 he was on a baccarat hot streak, winning $9.6 million over four visits to Atlantic City's Borgata. It's not money he'll keep. A federal judge last week ordered Ivey and companion player Cheng Yin Sun to return...
Poker Pro Cheated to Win $12.4M: Judge
Phil Ivey says his way of playing baccarat is legit, but a London court disagreed
- A London judge ruled yesterday that a professional poker player used a croupier "as his innocent agent or tool" to cheat a London casino out of $12.4 million, Bloomberg reports. Phil Ivey—described on the World Series of Poker website as "arguably the best poker player in...
Casino Accuses Gambling Champ Phil Ivey of Cheating
Poker great is sued over winnings in baccarat
- A lawsuit from a casino accuses one of the world's highest-profile poker players of being a cheat—at least when it comes to baccarat. The Borgata casino of Atlantic City has sued Phil Ivey, claiming he won a total of $9.6 million through a scheme that violates New...
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