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oct
9

Phil Ivey Loses 7.7 Edge-Sorting Case in High Court

Tags: baccarat, cheating, crockfords, edge-sorting, high court london, Phil Ivey
Posted on 09 October 2014 by "T".

Crockfords' lawyers successfully convinced the high court in London that Ivey's edge-sorting technique, which the 10-time WSOP bracelet winner used to win £7.7 million playing Baccarat last year, wasn't legitimate. Judge John Mitting said that Ivey's technique used was considered as cheating under civil law.

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oct
6

Phil Ivey In High Court: "I consider all the strategies I use to be lawful and I would never cheat in a casino"

Tags: Crockfords, edge-sorting, high court London, phil ivey, Punto Banco
Posted on 06 October 2014 by "T".

In August 2012, Phil Ivey won a massive £7.7 million playing Punto Banco at Crockford's. The 10-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner asked to have his winnings wired, but the London-based casino only transferred his initial £1m stake as they suspected him of cheating by using an edge-sorting technique (exploited errors in a deck of playing cards in order to gain an advantage against the house). Ivey admitted that he had used the strategy and said that it wasn't cheating. 

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