Last February, the co-founder of Absolute Poker has suddenly returned to the United States, who said he wishes to face the years-old charges made against him. Late last month, after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge, he will then be sentenced this autumn in New York.
According to court documents, Scott Tom, who over the years had been living overseas, will be sentenced on September 28. To[...] Read more » Co-Founder of Absolute Poker pleads Guilty to Illegal Online Gambling Operation
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
kinda shady story with not a lot of people having all the info about this scheme. i remember having an account at absolute poker/ ultimate bet poker too, lucky for me i had no money to be taken away from me, never made a deposit there.
Of course the limitation period for a crime is probably right ... a man probably punished himself a little .... of course if he is not a bad person then he had to think a lot about overstepping and his conscience was supposed to torture him .... probably
Received for my message a minus .... thought a lot ...... eventually all the same, he still needs to sit in prison and answer for his crimes ..... fortunately I did not have money in this poker room and I Not hurt, but many people lost their means .... so it probably will be correct
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 46 (M)
The first time in the last years i read something about Absolute Poker. This american poker site was verry nice and was delete suddenly after the big fake with open "whole cards". So it was verry important to have a serious license
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 53 (M)
Isn't he just a wonderful man. He has decided to surrender to the law once and for all. Well done him. No doubt he has had a whale of a time living it up ove the last few years evading the law and enjoying his life wherever he has been. Nice line that I'll gotten gains will be forfeited..... maybe so, if there is anything left.
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
yes indeed all gotten gains that haven't yet been hidden in offshore accounts will be gracefully given back to the unsuspected public, sack full of money will literally fall from the sky and peace and tranquility will come to earth. happy days... thank you wonderful absolute poker co-founder
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 43 (M)
Scott Tom, so-called "The Shady Business Mogul," is probably one of the most notorious figures in online poker community for his primary role in the Absolute Poker cheating scandal. I hope he will live to repent of his past sins.
Joined: May '09
Age: 32 (M)
why the hell you want to back after 6 years and to say I am guilty?instead of enjoying at Caribbean countries,you want to back and then to go in jail!maybe he spend money,but I dont think that would be so stupid!
Joined: Apr '17
Age: 30 (M)
Well everywhere people who are dedicated to stealing or using people's money to benefit, the truth is not whether he will charge you with guilt or what was there last to think that way and admit that what he was doing was wrong ... but this is 1 of the many cases that there in the whole world and not all have the courage to admit it or surrender ...