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  • sonicattack

    For the poker guys, a friend sent me this information since he knows I sorta follow gambling (as I do DFS and have talked about how some DFS pros are former/current poker players):

    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/borgata-casino-lawsuit-alleges-gambler-cheated-it-out-9-6m-n78626

  • RU18QT

    • Blogger of the Month

    this happened to him a last year as well. Not sure if this is the same story but I heard this a while ago. I didn’t read the whole story but ivey was accused of seeing a flaw of in the way cards were cut or something like that and new what cards were coming

  • winsome

    Sorry Borgata, he played the game with the cards YOU provided without using any foreign device or conspiring with an insider. Use better cards and higher smarter dealers that smell a rat. Can’t STAND when companies sue over BS simply because they’re paying the lawyers anyways.

  • OneShotKill17

    It really is stupid, he exploited an edge that Borgata should have been aware of and their own dealer assisted in it. (unknowingly) Next time I go there, play blackjack and lose, I’m going to sue them for the way the cards came out of the shuffle machine. God forbid someone wins.

  • FatalError

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    @OneShotKill17 said…

    It really is stupid, he exploited an edge that Borgata should have been aware of and their own dealer assisted in it. (unknowingly) Next time I go there, play blackjack and lose, I’m going to sue them for the way the cards came out of the shuffle machine. God forbid someone wins.

    I think the insinuation going on here is that Ivey was somehow in on the delivery and introduction of the decks into play at both casinos.

  • KennyGRunsGood

    • Blogger of the Month

    From what I understand he used his standing as a high roller to pass of multiple deck changes off as superstitions (which many HRs have many of).

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