2015 Feb 18

imageA recent case in High Court left a London casino breathing a sigh of relief. A professional poker player, Phil Ivey, who many believe to be the most skilled player in the world, will not be receiving the £7.7 million that he won at Crockfords Casino in London. He was actually playing a form of baccarat, Punto Banco, at the time but he was accused of ‘edge-sorting’ which the judge decided gave him an unfair advantage over the house. Ivey had had another huge win on his side of the Atlantic (he lives in Las Vegas) and the London decision, whilst not a precedent in American law, may result in action in the USA.

The casino returned his initial stake. It was a million pounds, which shows you exactly the level of stakes that are sometimes gambled in top casinos. It is not something that most people would remotely contemplate nor be able to afford.


The increased popularity of online gambling means that more and more

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