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Shaun Deeb Cheat Tweet “I Don’t Want to be Friends With @helloitslynne"

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Apr/22/2022

With all the accusations going around directed at various poker pros cheating, some players are reacting by basically saying it's no big deal.

 

Enter one Lynne Ji, a ClubGG online poker representative.

In a since deleted tweet, Ji seemed to defend poker cheaters.

Pro Shaun Deeb responded with this:

A follower explained what appeared on her now scrubbed account.

Tommy K wrote:

"She said something to the effect of “if somebody doesn’t care about their long term reputation in poker, then I don’t fault them for cheating because you gotta look out for number one.” I think berkey screencapped it in a recent tweet".

Gambling911.com has been unable to verify the tweet Deeb was referring to, but something apparently got under her skin.  She said she's going back to posting nudes.

Ji herself has not been accused of any cheating.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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