Mouth Compares GA Elections to Mike Postle Cheating Scandal

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Nagesh Rath
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Poker pro Mike Postle didn't cheat, according to experts, and neither did those overseeing the Georgia Presidential elections.  But don't tell that to Mike "The Mouth" Matusow, one of the game's most outspoken players.

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Georgia's Republicans certified the results last week. 

Matusow says "not so fast" as he tweeted some charts that he claims show outright fraud. 

As with all of the Mouth's tweets, his followers were quick to lambaste him.

@TheRealDeal2244 responded:

"Or you just understand election processes and laws and that the first chart is Election Day walkups and the drop was a tabulation error that Amhara been investigated and debunked. But who has Tim to research beyond Twitter snaps".

In Matusow's defense, irregularities were found in two Georgia counties.  Neither put much of a dent in the original results as President-Elect Joe Biden still led by more than 11,000 votes.

Last week, Matusow gave the poker community a good chuckle when he inadvertently joined a dating app believing it was a conservative social media platform.

Regarding the Postle comparison, he was accused of cheating during live streamed poker games late last year following extensive hands analyses.

Postle claimed there was no proof. 

Mac Verstandig, the lawyer who represented 88 claimants in a lawsuit filed against both individuals, agreed.

“After reviewing evidence with the cooperation of Stones, my co-counsel and I have found no evidence supporting the plaintiffs’ claims against Stones, Stones Live Poker, or Justin Kuraitis.”

Like with the US Presidential Elections, there are still those who believe otherwise.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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