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STONES GAMBLING & MIKE POSTLE TO PAY $10M IN A LAWSUIT?

"This case represents the largest known cheating scandal in the history of broadcast poker"

by Poker King|October 9/2019|views: 44

A $10-million lawsuit has been filed against Mike Postle and Stones Live Poker room with allegations for live cheating. Others named in the official statement are Justin Kuraitis – the poker room manager, and a handful of John Doe accomplices, including an unknown person, described as a chief confederate.

Veronica Brill and vloggers Jeff Boski and Jaman Burton have been named as part of the 25 poker playing plaintiffs that will receive a split sum of the $10 million. The court will divide the sum on the number of minutes played on the infamous broadcast from January earlier this year.

The lawsuit mentions several counts, including fraud, negligence, violations of RICO statues, unjust enrichment and libel. The lawsuit document is available here.

AN OVERVIEW

Mike Postle – a regular playing with Stones Gambling Hall poker room in Northern California was accused of cheating during one of his livestreamed cash game sessions by another player – Veronica “Angry Polak” Brill.
She made her accusations via Twitter rant, laying out evidence and many video clips explaining why she believes Postle has been cheating.
Although she never claimed she was sure the player was cheating, she expressed her concerns he is, following several poker players voicing out their concerns too.

Although she never claimed she was sure the player was cheating, she expressed her concerns there is good chance he is, following a number of poker players voicing out their concerns too.
STONES GAMBLING HALL POKER ROOM DENIES ACCUSATIONS


POSTLE WENT ON TWITTER TO DEFEND HIMSELF

Accused Mike Postle went on Twitter to defend himself, posting numerous videos of his gameplay, showing times he has lost. His main aim was trying to prove he wasn’t winning all the time.
POKER PROFESSIONALS DON’T BUY THE CHEAP TALK

STONES GAMBLING HALL SUSPEDED LIVESTREAMS

After the scandal blew out of proportion, the poker room suspended all livestreaming sessions.


THE LAWSUIT

“This case represents the largest known cheating scandal in the history of broadcast poker,” the suit reads