Borgata definitely did not take it too kindly when Phil Ivey tried to delay and hold on to the money he won from them via the edge sorting technique. As he tried to appeal to overturn the decision that he must pay back the $10.1 million (but apparently fell on deaf ears), the casino has amped up their legal game to perhaps give Ivey a very harsh lesson.
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Joined: Mar '09
Age: 45 (F)
He is fighting probably for nothing. How many cases are actually out there, that havent been won by the casinos. It is not only the money they do have to back them up, but also their connections. It is like they are still braking legs in the desert and not only
Posted by Mober: He is fighting probably for nothing. How many cases are actually out there, that havent been won by the casinos. It is not only the money they do have to back them up, but also their connections.
I mean I can see somebody like Ivey who can afford the same level of legal advise as these casinos can afford, but the delaying tactics already making it seem that he know he lost this case and doing everything to avoid to face the final verdict. Or just simply trolling at this point.
Joined: Apr '17
Age: 35 (M)
the truth that is seen everywhere nowadays in country as in all the others and for the silver movement that there must be there I think it must be much worse, since more than losing ... but it only remains to see how all this ends and hope for the best for Phil Ivey although he has it difficult but not impossible
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 43 (M)
Honestly to be, i did not understand what he did exactly, when he won impressive sums of money. I do not know what he did with cards, but if he loses the process and is considered a cheater, Phil Ivey will have to reach an agreement with Borgata. Maybe to advertise them for the 20 million that are additionally demanded by the casino and to get out of impasse.