On Wednesday afternoon, a U.S. District judge dismissed a federal lawsuit against poker player Mike Postle for allegedly cheating in livestreamed cash games at Stones Gambling Hall. In his action, Judge William B. Shubb of the Eastern District of California additionally dismissed lawsuits against Stones Gambling Hall and its poker room manager, Justin Kuraitis.
This is the second lawsuit filed against Postle and also stems from allegations that he cheated in cash poker games at Stones Gambling Hall while playing on the “Stones Live” livestream from the California card room. The first lawsuit, also filed by Mac VerStandig of the VerStandig Law Firm, started with 25 plaintiffs headed up by Veronica Brill, the poker player who first brought the.
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Since January 2018 and possibly for a while prior to this, Mike Postle has been a regular in the games at Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights, California, part of the Sacramento area. He frequently appeared in broadcasts of Stones Live Poker, which streamed the card game action across Twitch and Youtube with a delay so as not to compromise players' hole card information.
Stones Gambling Hall in Sacramento, California has opted to stop offering live streaming of poker games in the wake of cheating allegations that have engulfed the world of poker in recent days.
To start, a racketeering and fraud lawsuit was filed in a Sacramento federal court last week which named Postle, Stones Gambling Hall and others as defendants. The lawsuit, which was filed by attorney Maurice VerStandig, seeks millions of dollars for the 25 plaintiffs in the suit, which includes regular participants in the games in which Postle was playing at the Stones Gambling Hall.
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On Wednesday afternoon, a US District judge dismissed a federal lawsuit against poker player Mike Postle for allegedly cheating in livestreamed cash games at Stones Gambling Hall. In his action, Judge William B. Shubb of the Eastern District of California also dismissed lawsuits against Stones Gambling Hall and its poker room manager, Justin Kuraitis.
Stones Gambling Hall should immediately be shut down by the California Gambling Control Commission and investigated for its actions in the case; if their employees were involved in the actions of.
The civil claim centers on allegations that Postle was able to cheat during cash games at Stones Gambling Hall. The presumption is that Postle was in cahoots with certain employees who had access to footage from the casino’s live streams. Fueling the accusations is the seemingly impossible 94% win rate Postle was able to achieve in games that were streamed online. This, combined with what.
On Wednesday, in a 24-page ruling, the United States District Judge William B. Shubb granted motions to dismiss all charges against King’s Casino (parent company to Stones Gambling Hall), Justin Kuraitis and Postle. The decision undoubtedly met cries of disbelief across the industry. When you look back at 2019, the first thing that clicks is the saga of California’s poker pro, Postle who.
Since news of the lawsuit broke, Postle has remained silent. However, he, along with Stones Gambling Hall, have denied any wrongdoing. Streams from the card room remain offline while a second investigation takes place. However, with a legal threat looming, any internal efforts could become public if the case goes to trial.