Originally Posted by RosaParks1
I've made efforts to be a bit more on the fence as a result, because I know my opinion of the parties involved is not very high, and I know that I considered Garrett smart enough to not make these accusations unless he had instantly worked out how, why, and by whom he was cheated. He had the reaction of someone who knew there was BS going on, and was pulling the plug now that it had turned on him.
I don't think it's smart of Garrett to play in a game where he suspects he is being cheated.
... how else does he "instantly" work out he was being cheated? ...
To what end? To lose money and demand it back?
At my local poker game, one of the big pros claimed he knows Garrett has inside information that is proof but hasn't been shared.
This is one of the people who gives me problems at the table. Suddenly I am no longer intimidated by him! Funny game poker.