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New Photo Released of Missing Icelandic Poker Pro

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Apr/09/2019

A new photo of a missing Icelandic poker pro has been released by Ireland's gardaí.


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41-year-old Icelandic poker player Jon Jonsson, a father of two, went missing near his Dublin hotel February 9.

Jonsson arrived the day before with his fiance to take part in a poker tournament.  He was last seen playing poker in a nearby casino but was noticably absent from the tournament he came to Ireland specifically to play in.

He left the Bonnington Hotel at 11:05am and was caught on CCTV at McGettigan’s bar two minutes later, exiting onto the Swords Road heading northbound past Highfield Hospital.  There has been no trace of Jonson since.

Anyone who has seen Jon or who can assist in locating him is asked to contact Ballymun garda station on 01 6664400, the Garda confidential telephone line 1800 666111, or any garda station.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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