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Nevada Judge Unfreezes Nick Marchington's Winnings from 2019 WSOP Main Event

Tags: 2019 WSOP, C Biscuit poker staking, Nick Marchington, WSOP
Posted on 30 August 2019 by "T".
Nick Marchington, who was a final tablist in the 2019 WSOP Main Event, can now finally take home his prize money (worth $152,000) with him back to England, thanks to a Nevada judge clearing the way for him. According to a report from Las Vegas Review-Journal on Tuesday, a Las Vegas judge lifted an injunction that froze 10% of the $1.525 million winnings that Marchington earned in July at the WS[...]   Read more » Nevada Judge Unfreezes Nick Marchington's Winnings from 2019 WSOP Main Event

  30-Aug-19, 11:03   #1
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dule-vu 

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didnt know for this case before,so its strange when you read something like this now!who know who is right,when other side dont have anything on paper and cant show to judge what was deal between them!this was interesting deal to get 10 % if he win something!now he can spend this 10 % of winnings!

     
  30-Aug-19, 11:36   #2
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CALICUL 
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A situation that could be clarified between the player and that judge. A happy situation for Nick Marchington which also recovered that percentage of 10%. It means that offer accepted by him, made the deal with those owners of C Biscuit to fall.

     
  30-Aug-19, 12:10   #3
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pajalnick 

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Of course, the extra 152,000 dollars will not hurt anyone ..... this is quite a lot of money for any person .... therefore, of course, it is very good that in the end he received his winnings in full .... of course, the judicial system can do anything with a person. ... to prove something that was not and in the end will be No in fairness .... but everything is fine here

     
  31-Aug-19, 12:32   #4
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Mober 
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Such things can happen. When the purchase is not written somewhere every part can claim
everything.
I do not know exactly how this happens, when someone is choosing to buy action,
but i doubt it is something formal with signatures and stuff Smile
Probably all comes down to trust... Smile But i may be wrong here...

     
  31-Aug-19, 18:12   #5
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pajalnick 

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from my point of view, justice prevailed in this case of justice ..... As a result, the person received what you should have received .... Of course, when Yes intervenes in the judiciary, then it becomes quite scary for any achievements because it may look in court absolutely strange solution so carefully

     
  1-Sep-19, 12:11   #6
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CALICUL 
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This situation is not a serious one and that player gave clear explanations. The judge heard the reports and decided that he is innocent. In this way the money was returned and things have been clarified. I don't think it was necessary for that man ( owner of C Biscuit ) to do so, and to earn a sum of money.

     
  2-Sep-19, 09:39   #7
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dule-vu 

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Now this side will think twice next time,will they make contract or not!we can see how thing can go wrong and how they cant show anything to judge,so he must make decision like this!in america law is very clear!

     
  2-Sep-19, 12:11   #8
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erru9107 
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This is the reason why I don't really like backning unless its very well planned and I completely trust the other party. Things can turn ugly real fast and when it comes down to money, a lot of people don't think twice about screwing someone over completely. Unfortunately in this day and age, you can't really trust anyone 100%.

     
  2-Sep-19, 12:55   #9
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CALICUL 
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There is no mentality as it was in the past. Confidence is no longer valid because some people consider it immoral if you are a good man. When you give someone money you are good, but many people no longer want to pay the debt. In this case, the player is probably right and i don't think he has to pay money, to the person who called him in court.

     
  2-Sep-19, 13:52   #10
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StheP 

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realy 17k for 10%??? thats a typo BRM... its 1.700$ not 17k...
IMO its all well, he can refuse his stake, and than sell to better offer... nothing illegal here... is it moral to do so...? Maybe... but its his action and he can do whatever he wants with it as long the deal was made befor tournament... a those guys in C Biscuit staking should be a shame for chasing cut of his winnings...if I am judge I would orther them to pay the player 157k as a fine to this lawsuit...

     
  10-Sep-19, 21:36   #11
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bowie1984 

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Posted by StheP:
a those guys in C Biscuit staking should be a shame for chasing cut of his winnings...if I am judge I would orther them to pay the player 157k as a fine to this lawsuit...

This whole story is a mess and it's worse that the justice system assist to do things like this. Shame.

     
  11-Sep-19, 09:08   #12
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CALICUL 
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Yeah. Some players borrow money and when he wins, it must offer a share of its winnings. This is not abnormal but if you borrow money and you are still sponsored by one more person it is a more complicated situation. In this case he should have told the man who sued him what happened, before playing that tournament.

     
  11-Sep-19, 10:40   #13
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pajalnick 

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Of course, it’s a good practice that if a person doesn’t have enough for the entry fee in a major tournament, he is a very good poker player, then he can sell a share of the potential winnings ... this helps people who feel that they can play at a Large level, but they don’t have enough money for this .... but a similar situation as described in this news This is of course very unpleasant

     
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