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Poker Pro Fernando ‘JNandez87’ Habegger Accused of Stiffing Elderly Woman Who Hand-Knitted Scarfs

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Jul/22/2018

Poker pro Fernando ‘JNandez87’ Habegger has reportedly stiffed an elderly woman who hand-knitted scarfs with his logo on them according to posts appearing on the TwoPlusTwo Forum

A colleague of his posted:

“2 Months ago me and 2 other members of the JNP team resigned from the company,” adding that: “Before we left I had made a deal with JNandez that my mom would hand knit scarfs for him that he would sell as merchandise”.

“It has been over a month now and I have tried reaching out to both JNandez, and his sidekick Orestto multiple times and I have simply been ignored”.

Habegger claims he never received the scarfs.

Noted poker pro and podcaster Doug Polk offered his own input regarding ‘JNandez87’.

“Fernando has had several instances of unethical behaviour and I would strongly advise against working with him in any capacity.”

The plot thickens.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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