A Danish poker pro player accused of cheating - High Stakes Poker
All attention of online poker platforms are now turning on the cheating case involving a Danish poker player. After Phil Iveys case and the "edge-sorting" scandal, a Danish High Stakes player is now subject to investigation by the Economic Crime Department in Copenhagen. According to the authority, the alleged player, whose identity has not been disclosed yet, would make use of Trojan horse software (Trojans) to see the cards of other players. His millions of dollars of earnings on High Stakes tables are now questioned. While the poker community is reluctant about the existence of such fraud and investigation knowing the fact that the name of the alleged one remains veiled, evidence is that the Copenhagens Police Commissioner Torben Koldbrog has addressed the issue recently.
Torben Koldbrog brought even more details on the matter by stating that the cheater is from Denmark, a 32 year-old internationally famed poker player, who is currently under investigation. The charges were filed in October of this year. Koldbrog noted that the player has not yet been officially accused as the investigation is still underway. His lawyer, Asser Gregersen, informed that the alleged man refuted all accusations against him. In recent months, the poker community has tried to find out who is really behind this veiled cheater. Spreading rumors suggest that it could be the winner of the European Poker Tour Warsaw 2007, Peter "Zupp" Jepsen who, in 2009, was already involved in a Trojan Horse scandal.
Friday, 12 December 2014
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