Originally Posted by *TT*
LOL at "it's just a staking deal gone bad". He's a long-term losing player who bankrupted himself playing poker then continued to play poker and lose more money. He's written the most hilarious PLO guide in the history of PLO guides. His serious Stox videos are (according to many here at least, most of whom don't appear to have any vested interest in the case at hand, I will readily admit I haven't seen any myself) pretty much crap and of no value to even break-even players at mid-stakes+. He was falsely advertised as a $1m winner, with apparently nothing having been done to check this out. There are dozens of complaints relating to the quality and quantity of his coaching in here and yet you want to call this "a staking deal gone bad"? Because a few people might have slightly embellished a small part of their grievances against Jason amid the complete torrent of complaints about his coaching, you're willing to write everything off and call it a "staking deal gone bad"? Come on, you're smarter than this.
You say some complaints have been proven false. Which complaints? How have they been proven? This is as bad as when FT support gets ragged on here for closing people's accounts with nothing more than "you broke the rules!" as a reason. If you're not prepared to back statements like that up, why are you posting them at all?
You have also taught us all such stunning insight as "victims of scams tend to be naive" and "victims of scams often have a hard time outing themselves in public" and proceed to highlight this as some sort of unusual behaviour that is worthy of note. Really?
Look, I understand you want to be seen as the voice of balance and reason amid the madness of this topic, but frankly it's making you look more than a little silly at present.