A former Danish high-stakes poker player has been reported to the department of economical fraud in Denmark. The reason is that several players of the Danish poker community have found trojan horses on their computers that they believe were installed by the suspect in question. The accused could allegedly see the other players hole cards on different poker sites.
One of the victims told MX.dk that he became suspicious when his computer had been restarted while he was out of the house. He checked his surveillance cameras and discovered that they had turned off for 15 minutes earlier that evening when someone had broken in to his house and installed a trojan on his computer.
Police-commissary Torben Koldborg Fredriksen told Danish press that they are currently investigating the matter but that no arrest have been made so far. The accused is described as one of the most famous Danish high-stakes players, having won an EPT title. We know the name of the alleged fraudster, but we have decided not to mention it here until more information has been released.