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Poker Room Pulls Plug on Live Streaming in Wake of Postle Cheating Claims

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Oct/06/2019

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.


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From CNBC.com:

Mike Postle has been a regular on “Stones Live,” a live poker game streamed on Twitch. His success in the game has raised eyebrows.

The original accusations were made by Veronica Brill, another poker player who has played with Postle on “Stones Live.” Since then, others have come forward with similar complaints.

The original accusations were made by Veronica Brill, who regularly played with Postle on “Stones Live.”  Other players have since stepped forward.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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