Originally Posted by Professionalpoker
Thanks for that Clicken.
I read the article as being prosecuted for defrauding poker sites with phony accounts to collect affiliate payments and rakeback as well as playing multiple seats at the same table.
What's amazing about the article is that in describing the wrongdoing that he's accused of, 95% of it is about simply opening accounts in other peoples' names...which -- while clearly out of bounds -- isn't the most appalling poker-related fraud (as evidenced by the long debates about playing under different screenames in these forums.)
The REAL dirty cheating, ofc, is that he was playing at the same table with multiple accounts...and yet that garnered only a one sentence mention in the article.
I played a fair amt with Dooshcom on 888. He always struck me as a lagy reg-fish. Never saw a dime in remuneration. Wonder if I ever will.