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Poker Pro charged with assault

According to one of Sweden's biggest newspaper, a famous Swedish poker player, who has become rich from playing poker, has been charged with assault. The poker player, whose name isn't public yet, has kicked and punched another man in a queue to a hot dog stand in central Stockholm on November 29 last year. The poker player has admitted to the police that he was drunk that night, but he denies [...]   Read more » Poker Pro charged with assault

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It would be a big loss for sponsors, not because he actually plays poker, but because of the negative image made...

     
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Is this Luke "Full Flush" Schwartz again?
Did the man suggest he paid for his HotDog?

     
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Someone who plays poker but not famous, maybe a millionaire, maybe not, kicked some guy, but claims he didnt is charged maybe by the victim, maybe not. He might have sponsors but we dont know that so maybe hes career is in danger despite the fact noone knows who he is.. LOL - GREAT ARTICLE Big Smile!

Its like made up story without any facts at all, all blurrrrrrrrrry

     
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omg Tiger Woods plays poker now lol about the same ya, but serious, if he was a pro why not pay that chump change for it to go away

     
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wow that is not a brilliant pro
come on you represent a brand it your jobs and if you make bad thing the brand drop you

     
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Hello everybody!
Another anonymous player lol. Currently there are no news with poker players involved in scandals.
See you soon for new posts lol!

     
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If this had happened in the states, the guy would be sueing for $3 million for emotional compensation or something or other...

     
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is amazing how some individuals can complicate your life facilidad.hay so people can not live without the note.
should abandon all the sponsors who have.

     
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myabe that hot dog was very expensive!!
lol, it is very insane punch somebody with a hotdog with any reason, cmonn.
good luck sweddish

     
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Pay the 500 euros and walk away.

     
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how stupid , punching someone n a hotdog queue.
dnt think someone will lodge a complaint without any incident.
500 euros might be nothing for him but he'll get lots of bad publicity which will surely hurt him

     
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Definitely Isildur1. Big Smile

     
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500 евроэто мелочи по сравнению с испорченной репутацией, поэтому лучше разойтись мирно, без публичного скандала

     
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I hope its luke fullfish schwartz and that finally sponers get ride of that rude guy

     
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@dantist321 yer id say that too, but not sure about &#1090, just seams a little OTT.
Anyone know who the mistery man is yet?
Think dantist321 has it naild with the &#1091 comment, its got to be.

     
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whats the big deal...people assault people, big news a poker player assaults people

     
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Obviously the guy took a bad beat earlier and needed to punch someone in the face or somewhere else... yeah he admitted he was drunk BUT it's not an excuse my friend... go to jail Disagree

     
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it a crying shame,the evil booze does it again,should stick to the hotdogs!!!!!!!.

     
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Obviously the guy took a bad beat earlier and needed to punch someone in the face or somewhere else... yeah he admitted he was drunk BUT it's not an excuse my friend... go to jail

LMAO bad beat
I have the same problem when I'm tilting
lol

     
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I like how it was "in queue for a hotdog stand". Of all places to get into a fight, a freaking hotdog stand? I'd really like to know how the fight started.

"Hey man, you bought the last bratwurst. I wanted it. Prepare to die" lol.

     
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