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Poker Pro Still Missing After Over a Month

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Aug/26/2020

A Reno, Nevada poker pro remains missing after over a month.  Police still have little clues related to his disappearance.

43-year-old Brad Booth was last seen driving a silver Toyota Tacoma pickup with Nevada plates 601-pmr.  The Canadian poker pro featured prominently on the late night poker show "Poker After Dark" more than a decade ago.

He is considered among the most successful high limit cash game players of the last decade.

According to RPD, he told his roommate’s he was going camping but took only minimal supplies.

There has been no sign of Booth or the pickup since July 13. Police say his cell phone last pinged in the Truckee area.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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