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Poker Player Accused Of Cheating At Stones Livestreamed Cash Games

Tags: California, Joey Ingram, Mike Postle, poker cheating, Stones Gambling Hall
Posted on 02 October 2019 by "T".
Right after accusations flew from all over social media channels regarding a poker player cheating at a live cash game streamed at the Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights, California, Joey Ingram took it upon himself to create an investigative video that put Mike Postle in the hot seat. In a series of live-streamed cash games named ‘Stones Live' in California, while Ingram created the [...]   Read more » Poker Player Accused Of Cheating At Stones Livestreamed Cash Games

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  2-Oct-19, 12:14   #1
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dule-vu 

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they will need some good proof for this,not only to say that he played hard with low hand and lost small amount with good hands!they will need to check everything,from video to people involved in this tournament!if he did cheat,then he must be banned from playing live poker at any tournament!

     
  2-Oct-19, 20:44   #2
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Theapple 

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i didnt really see anything odd on those videos :o

     
  3-Oct-19, 10:25   #3
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
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Cheating in television games is easier to prove if the cameras filmed where needed. It's not a gentleman's gesture if this man cheated. He could receive a drastic sentence if this thing is proven. It just has to happen and we will see how it will be.

     
  4-Oct-19, 13:50   #4
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 42 (F)
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This is a weird situation here. It is not easy at all cheating in a game like this.
And there is also an official announcement that after investigation there was no evidence
of cheating. Something new to shake the poker world here Smile
Not a much of course with what ivey has done. Nothing tops that Smile

     
  4-Oct-19, 14:52   #5
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crankmuppet 
Joined: Oct '13
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Posted by Mober:
Not a much of course with what ivey has done. Nothing tops that Smile


Mober - you have a real dislike for Ivey.

I think Justin Bonomo, one of the currently most celebrated players, is a better "Mr. Evil" Evil candidate.

I think the onus should have been on the casinos to be aware of the possibility of edge sorting and to instruct their dealers to deny a player's request to orient cards in a specific manner. They spend billions protecting their assets and they failed to identify this quite simple flaw, and pronounce it as illegal as card counting. He took advantage of the casinos failure to protect themselves.

Bonomo, on the other hand, took advantage of who knows how many innocent players in his multi-account scandals at partypoker and Pokerstars. From the following article https://smartspin.com/the-dark-and-light-sides-of-justi...

Justin “ZeeJustin” Bonomo was banned on PartyPoker in 2006 after he won a tournament (with 6-digit score) entering it using six accounts at the same time. The winnings were, obviously, confiscated and it wasn’t the last time Bonomo get caught cheating. In the same year, PokerStars Manager announced on TwoPlusTwo that Justin was multi-accounting on their site as well.

His story became one of the most talked-about and heated dialogues to have ever taken place in the online poker community. There was a gigantic discussion on forum involving thousands of posts.

Soon, he became a player of Team Bodog. After his reputation started to grow, PokerStars decided to unban him in April 2009. His story became a hot topic on forums again, but the owners of major world’s poker room didn’t decide to change their decision.



     
  5-Oct-19, 08:11   #6
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dule-vu 

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if they dont bring any evidence that he was cheating,then he will probably sue them and will take big money for this!because you cant say that somebody made something wrong and cheat other players without evidence!in america you san sue for everything,so we will see what will happen after this!

     
  5-Oct-19, 12:52   #7
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Nightkid 
Joined: Apr '17
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I never saw anyone cheat but it can always happen or it happens and nobody realizes it, but doing when you play in a live event or tournament should be a shame, whether it did or not but the truth hurts me do this kind of thing and don't play fair Angry Angry Angry

     
  5-Oct-19, 15:39   #8
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bowie1984 

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Posted by Theapple:
i didnt really see anything odd on those videos :o

It's not like he is dealing out or something. He doesn't have an earpiece in so nobody is telling him what everybody had in their hands, he is just looking lucky and overall reading the room right.

     
  6-Oct-19, 07:49   #9
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CALICUL 
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It's too much to watch if this player has a method of cheating. This will be analyzed by certain people and it will be specified if this man is guilty or not. After that we will see if it was a cheating and this man will be accused.

     
  6-Oct-19, 10:01   #10
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dule-vu 

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as I see here,only reason that they think that he cheated in this poker tournament,that he played hard with bad cards and fold with good cards!so they want to say that he knewt what other players had or some other help like this!but they will need much more then this,its strange to see situation like this!

     
  8-Oct-19, 07:43   #11
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Check this out, guys.
The question is, who is (are) the accomplice(s)?



Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (08 October 2019 @ 07:51 GMT)


     
  8-Oct-19, 08:21   #12
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CALICUL 
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Cheating is a bad thing in a gentleman's game... I remember that this game had this name and is not nice to proceed like this player. Now he has entered in the hand of the law. They will decide how Mike Postle will be punished. Smile

     
  8-Oct-19, 12:28   #13
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Nightkid 
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Good guys, how are you? If I go around here again and see how everyone is walking and reading the comments of others, and I really do not like to see this kind of thing because who does not bother an honest player and not only here but in any field in which this ... but hey this can always happen anywhere Angry Angry Angry

     
  8-Oct-19, 13:30   #14
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erru9107 
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I think that cheating in this type of game would be next to impossible without any outside help, and it's not very likely that he did. My take on this is that he was simply lucky at times but combined with making really good reads in general. I really don't think that there was any cheating involved here.

     
  9-Oct-19, 09:57   #15
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CALICUL 
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Cheating in casinos happens very often but it is not proven. I mean at small casinos. Where it is not filmed with the camera, is very easy to cheat. In large casinos it's harder to cheat and here even if it was filmed, this player didn't really care about it. He cheated and now he will pay.

     
  9-Oct-19, 23:20   #16
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antonis321 

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All these strange played hands , his bizarre behaviour/moves at the table , this incredible winrate and the profits he made in these sessions . Well if he's not a cheater , he is a poker God , a poker phenomeno , one of the best alive poker players in the world , lol .
I would love seeing him playing so awesome poker elsewhere , in another casino rather than the Stones live cash games . lol . Big Smile
hahaha the graphic with Postle and potripper
https://external-preview.redd.it/PyGaZkWEuviWMxhRPfgA8i... Big Smile

     
  10-Oct-19, 23:33   #17
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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  11-Oct-19, 12:52   #18
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CALICUL 
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This player Mike Postle made this casino to be avoided by some players and he will get a nasty ban. He will not enter a long time there and in other casinos he will not be able to cheat. Cool I am curious to see what punishment he will receive.

     
  12-Oct-19, 21:42   #19
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bowie1984 

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I mean in a weird way he made this casino famous though. The advertising might not be positive for them but they are mentioned left and right during this case so at least achieved something very hard to do with little to no marketing budget.

     
  13-Oct-19, 08:29   #20
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dule-vu 

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this is to long video and I dont have time to wathc over 1 hours video and to see what they tell in him,so would be nice that somebody say in few words here what they talking about and who will sue whome!
and bowie you are right,every advertising is good advertising,so they wil speak about them and that good for company!

     
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