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   Thursday, June 13 2024 
Cheating at poker: The particular way of Sefula Seji

Bad deeds will pay sooner or later, it's by this saying that the humiliating adventure with so many risky daring acts experienced by Sefula Seji could be summed up. Ranked 27th during the last World Series of Poker Circuit, this poker player from the city of New Jersey has been finally unmasked for his cheating committed in the gaming establishment of Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As rigging plan in a poker game, the player used a sandpaper to mark a small dot on the top back of a card worth ace. The same marks are on the other cards of the poker game on places a little more below for his own identification with their respective values.

But this trick well studied by Sefula Seji was discovered last weekend at Sands Casino Resort in Pennsylvania with a video camera. Not only that cheating led him directly to the prison, but it took him to pay a sum amount of $ 75,000 as caution. Moreover, the American from New Jersey is not the only player who use this kind of cheating because besides this particular way to do of Sefula Seji, many wrong methods considered as more professional are used by bad players to win money in a poker tournament. As a reminder, the robbery of chips done by Lashon Dobard and Kelvin McClendon at Gulfsteam Park Casino in April 2009 in a tournament that they reused in another tournament is another one.

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