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  15-Aug-17, 04:09   #1
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elias_vdr 
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El Tribunal Supremo del Reino Unido concedió permiso a Phil Ivey para apelar la orden dictada por el Tribunal de Apelación en noviembre de 2016 en su disputa contra el Crockfords Casino. El tribunal hacía este anuncio ayer, 28 de febrero.

Ivey ganó £7.8 millones jugando al Punto y Banca, la versión europea del baccarat, en agosto de 2012.

"El fallo del tribunal el pasado mes de noviembre no tenía sentido para mi", decía Ivey en un comunicado. "El juez de primera instancia dictaminó que yo no había sido deshonesto y los tres jueces estaban de acuerdo, sin embargo la decisión final fue contra mi por un resultado de 2 a 1".

En el Reino Unido, el Tribunal Supremo es el máximo tribunal de apelación para los casos civiles y solo revisa los casos de mayor importancia pública, según el comunicado.


Please don't copy / paste text. Also, would be great if you stick to English.

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Edited by sirthomas (Wednesday, August 16, 2017 @ 06:10 GMT)


     
  15-Aug-17, 12:52   #2
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CALICUL 
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If Phil Ivey is innocent i hope to win the trial in court. These casinos want to fool enough players. They want to recover money from few winners like Phil Ivey. I hope that the casino will lose the process and remain with the swollen lip. I hate this casinos when they are not correct.

     
  15-Aug-17, 13:37   #3
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Ingrind33 

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hello there fellow and new mobster elias_vdr, welcome to this forum. According the rules you have to post English only text, so you know now! You can always use an online translator to help you with writing your text in English. About Phil now, I don't care if he wins or loses, I think he is a horrible guy with that arrogant selfish look. I am quiet sure he also collaborates with other poker players to gain more chips in a tourney, he can not be trusted... I know he got a lot of fanboys around the globe, but they should be living with him on a deserted island, maybe then they would find out how much of a snake he is.

     
  16-Aug-17, 00:06   #4
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Robbo1990 

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Posted by Ingrind33:
hello there fellow and new mobster elias_vdr, welcome to this forum. According the rules you have to post English only text, so you know now! You can always use an online translator to help you with writing your text in English. About Phil now, I don't care if he wins or loses, I think he is a horrible guy with that arrogant selfish look. I am quiet sure he also collaborates with other poker players to gain more chips in a tourney, he can not be trusted... I know he got a lot of fanboys around the globe, but they should be living with him on a deserted island, maybe then they would find out how much of a snake he is.


I agree, im not a fan of his since something about him is just not quite right

     
  16-Aug-17, 06:43   #5
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pajalnick 

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I usually use google translator to understand what is written in the message ... but then something does not work .... part of the text is not translated .... as I understood it is about Phil Ivey and his lawsuit with the casino .... .. I believe that Phil is right but I do not think he will win a court

     
  16-Aug-17, 22:45   #6
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Mober 
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Google translate still needs lots of work.
How many times i have done translations from greek to english, just to see with my poor
english, that the translation actually sucks and has nothing to do with what i wanted to say
in the first place Smile

     
  17-Aug-17, 06:43   #7
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elias_vdr 
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If I'm sorry, I did not know about this rules and copy and paste texts and they gave me a day to block my account, I'll be more careful from now on, I just wanted to share a story because I'm not ivey fans, but when you win Truth in a casino always look for the return that you cheated ... greetings and thanks for the rules ...

     
  17-Aug-17, 09:44   #8
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DaCapo71 
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I wish Ivey luck too, perhaps i think these Casinos have enough money and for him it was verry important to win the process for his financial future. I don´t know verry much about this story of the process, but i wish him, that he was innocent.

     
  17-Aug-17, 10:09   #9
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
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The matter is not innocent or not. Cause it is undisputed what he and his partner did during the Baccarat games played in the casinos. The question is, was that legal or not. Until now, the courts did side with the casinos.

     
  17-Aug-17, 16:18   #10
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perattin 
Joined: Feb '12
Location: Argentina
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This Phil Ivey is a great poker player, one of the greatest in history. With regard to this subject I am nobody to judge the personality of this player, whether it is good or bad. With regard to the trial, I believe that the judges will evaluate whether it is culapable or innocent according to the evidence they have regarding the case.-

     
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