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Savvas Zenonos a Poker Thief?

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Aug/02/2009
Savvas Zenonos

The Pokerati website is claiming foul when it comes to Queensland, Australia poker player Savvas Zenonos. 

"Big congratulations to Savvas Zenonos for successfully stealing $2,400 from the prize pool in a 2009 WSOP main event mega-satellite that was supposed to be shared in a 22-player chop," the website quipped.

Pokerati claims that five poker players were robbed of $300-$500 each "without (Zenonos) having to reach in their pockets!"

He reportedly said that he was "going to screw you over" to one of the players.

Zenonos' career poker winnings total a mere $7675 and he did not cash in the 2009 World Series of Poker.

Zenonos declined comment when approached by the Pokerati website.

Ace King, Gambling911.com

 

 

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