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Old 10-18-2018, 04:31 PM   #101
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Re: WPT Deepstacks Tourney in Texas Already in Trouble?

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For better or worse, lawsuits in the U.S. do not have to have merit to be filed. Legal fees will be spent by all named co-defendents.

I studied law for a semester at Central Piedmont Community College so pretty sure WPT could easily be a co-defendent as they are in the business of promoting poker tournaments, and reasonable to assume that they had or should have had prior knowledge of operators shady past, yet went ahead anyway.

I'm surprised that WPT licensing team agreed to get involved/stay involved in with the writing on the wall that it was more likely than not going to end badly.
Didn't say they couldn't be SUED. However, they would be dismissed as a Respondent/Defendant pretty quick and with minimal fees being incurred...

Just because someone is named does not mean they remain an active party for the duration of litigation...and frivolous pleadings could actually result in a Petitioner/Plaintiff being sanctioned and Ordered to pay fees incurred as a result of the frivolous filing.
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Old 10-18-2018, 08:15 PM   #102
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ScamRolls did it again and there Not gonna get away with it this time. ScamRolls didn’t pay employees Dealers or Staff for there employment during the WPT DEEPSTACKS HOUSTON EVENT in late September & the reason was that investors pulled out and are no longer funding FreeRolls Poker Club=ScamRolls. Not specific on details other than when employees showed as told to on Monday for pay they were greeted by the CEO Trent and told that all the profit including there tips was used for payouts as there was money missing from prizepool. Not surprising at all and this issue will start making its rounds by weekend. I have a few friends and a couple other friends who worked and invested in the company and probably will never get paid and will never see a return on money. What a shame
Seems Freerolls has started to make it right ...some employees were contacted today to pick up their checks.
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Old 10-18-2018, 08:57 PM   #103
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Didn't say they couldn't be SUED. However, they would be dismissed as a Respondent/Defendant pretty quick and with minimal fees being incurred...
maybe, maybe not on both your assertions.
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Old 10-18-2018, 09:41 PM   #104
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they received a text on last monday to report at 4pm to pick up their checks

and got to the meeting and were told they were not
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Old 10-18-2018, 09:50 PM   #105
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Seems Freerolls has started to make it right ...some employees were contacted today to pick up their checks.
I wonder what investor got duped into another loss. Man this guy Trent is something I viewed his Facebook timeline through a friend of his and man can you not see what type of human he is. I didn’t even wanna go there but this guy is such a racist it’s unbelievable, I can’t wait to hear this radio interview and the master con artist give us all a lesson. It may be comical but he will sell a few people especially his fans and supporters. You supporters should just do business with the guy and see where your at in a few months. I heard a video of this guy saying this is gonna be all great cause thats what Trent does he solves issues. We may here how he has a investor meeting with another Peter tomorrow and Peters cousin the next day before he meets with Paul to tell him about the banana in the tail pipe.
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Old 10-18-2018, 11:33 PM   #106
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NEWS...TRENT DANIEL has agreed that EVERY DEALER WILL BE PAID IN FULL TOMORROW CLOSE OF BUSINESS....

ok guys..my mission was to get this into the light of day.....my task is done...the bloody bodies are in the ambulance - the wrecker has towed the cars away...nothing to see here ma'am ...move along
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Old 10-18-2018, 11:37 PM   #107
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That’s great news Clive I’m glad those guys are getting paid they didn’t deserve this and I’m sure was embarrassing for them. I’m glad some were able to keep there cool thru all this and no one was hurt.
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Old 10-18-2018, 11:58 PM   #108
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he came online to ask questions and i said

I only want one question answered - when will the dealers be paid in full....after that..i don't care what happens..i hope they make billions - i have my own opinion on the model but at the end of the day..he f'ed u...he admitted it...and now has put a DEFINITE answer to my simple question....
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Old 10-19-2018, 02:48 AM   #109
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WPTDEEPSTACKS Statement.

The following statement & views of the dealings about WPTDeepStacks Houston & FreeRolls Poker Club is NOT an official statement made on behalf of either of the mentioned party. This is a personal view/opinion on how things were managed, and things that I witnessed myself. I will be as honest as possible with the knowledge that I have.

My name is Lee Bradbury. I was the official Tournament Director of the WPTDeepStacks Houston Event hosted by FreeRolls Poker Club.

I have been a traveling poker dealer since July 2018. A friend of mine from Houston contacted me about possibly DEALING the WPTDeepStacks Houston event. He got me in contact with the General Manager, Dexter Baier.

A few days prior to the event starting Dexter called and asked if I owned a suit, I advised I did. He asked me if I would be interested in FLOORING the event for a couple of the days. I explained I had no flooring experience but was comfortable enough with the TDA rules that I could if he needed me, I asked who the TD was. He said that he was going to give anyone who wanted to be a TD/floor, the chance to do so. I immediately said that was a terrible idea and pretty quickly found out there was no plan.....

A few of the things that were wrong off the top:

- The dealers were unsure how much they were getting paid. Multiple people were told “between $15-$20/hr depending on experience....also no one was clear on WHEN the staff would be paid

- Over staffing. On Day 1A I started off with 3 tables, ended up opening 2 more, but had 24 dealers staffed. A few volunteered to leave at the beginning, and a few trickled out pretty early, but I ended up having to fit 18 dealers on a 5 table string. In the end, payroll ended up being EXTREMELY higher than what it needed to be because Dexter would let employees sit around when they weren’t needed for dealing (I was not allowed to send dealers home without going to Dexter)

- No chip security. The chips for the event were kept in racks in the “dealer break room” that was left unlocked and unmonitored during the ENTIRE event. Every single staff member had access to these chips.

- The dealers set up their own trays and were not verified by a member of management at any point. Dealers could have purposely or accidentally gave too less or too many chips.

The PokerAtlas system for total # of entries was being controlled by the cage. During Day 1A the players were constantly asking if the total # of entrants were correct. I had personally witnessed 1 player bust, rebuy, and the total # of entrants did not increase, so I asked a lady at the cage about this.(I don’t have any of the cage ladies names). Her response was that they were only adding to the # of entrants on unique buy-ins and not reentries.

I immediately went to Dex and told him that that’s the wrong way to do things and that things won’t match up in the end. I was told to “stay in my lane”...the cage and money isn’t anything I need to worry about.

At the end of Day 1A, it said “75 entrants” on the tournament clock, but there were approx* 2.43 million chips in bags (81 entries).

Day 1B was the same story, the clock at the end of the day showed something like 118 or 119, but there were approx* 4.17 million chips in play (139 entries).

*I say approx, because we raced off the 100 denomination chips at the end of each Day1

On Day 1C at the beginning of the day Trent made an announcement that there was $220,000 in the prizepool.

So the prize pool at that point matched the total # of chips in play, so I figured that issue was solved.

**Another important note, is that on Day 1A or day 1B (I honestly can’t remember), I do remember Trent announced that he had secured another $850,000 investor for the FreeRolls Poker Club

MOVING ON TO DAY 2.

The morning of Day 2, Dexter talked to me that morning and was saying that they counted the money in the cage and only had $750,000 for the prize pool but that they had already announced the prize pool of $790,000.

The total # of chips in play matched close*** to. 23.7 million (790 x 30k)

*** the total # of chips in play in Day2 = 23,325,000. I do know that several people double bagged and that some chips were forfeited, but I personally never saw those bags and was never told what they added up to

Dexter wanted to chalk up the 1.2 million chips discrepancy up to chips being introduced into play that shouldn’t have & incorrect color ups.

Is this possible? I guess, but the larger denomination chips (25k & 100k) chips didn’t get put into play until very late stages of the tournament....if this is what happened, it all leads back to the lack of chip security

Other issues with the tournament:

- The word “tips” were not allowed to be used. Instead of the players being able to leave tips for the dealing staff, they had to purchase “show me love chips”...however the ladies at the cage were “too busy” to handle that, so instead a dealer was put by the exit promoting these chips...HOWEVER, there was a jar at the cage that said “tips” and this tips were split only among the staff in the cage. From my understanding this was not explained to the players. (Keep in mind from my understanding members of the cage included Trent Daniel’s wife and Charles Potter’s wife)....I’m not aware of how much the cage collected in chips but I know for a fact it took away from the dealing staff.
- Also in regards to tips, there was not a dealer present during anytime that anyone at the final table got paid. It was reported that dealers received a total of $8,100 in tips TOTAL for the event.

- The players that bagged, did so we Ziploc bags. I had to improvise a system where not only the player counted their stack, but so did the dealer and a member of the floor staff, and another player at the table.

- Day 2 seat assignments was never made prior to the players showing up for Day 2. I had to improvise and had players do a random seat draw by using the seat cards. Then dealers (not sitting at a table) would go find the players bag and bring them their bag. This caused Day 2 to get started almost 1.5 hours late.

DAY 3 (Final table)

When the first few players busted, they had to wait for over a hour to get paid, I was later told this was because Trent was running around trying to get money to be able to pay all the players because of the prize pool discrepancy.

WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THE EVENT?

The event was over on 10/1. Dealers were asking when are we getting paid and nobody had a clear answer.

On 10/8 there was a mass text sent out from FreeRolls CFO Joanne Melton that payroll dates would be on the 1st & 15th of each month. It was communicated to us then to expect our checks on Monday 10/15.

On Monday 10/15 @ 10:42am CST another mass text from the same # was sent out that checks would be available from 4pm - 5:30pm at the club that afternoon (10/15).

I personally showed up at around 4:45pm and walked in to Trent Daniel telling everyone that the prizepool was short and that he used all the available funds to make the prize pool right and to make payments to WPT. He stated that at 1pm on 10/15 that he had an investor meeting to get more money for payroll, but that investor backed out and refused to give anymore money.

WHY DID HE WAIT UNTIL 3 HOURS PRIOR TO PAYING HIS DEALERS TO HAVE THIS MEETING? I asked this exact question and his response was “because our investor meetings are on the 1st and 15th of every month. So what was being doing between 10/1 & 10/15?!?!?

During this meeting, he asked everyone to give him 36 hours to try to figure out how to make this right. This was around 6pm on 10/15.

On Wednesday a few people were updated that they had another investor meeting that afternoon and would know more later that day. Later that night, I received a call from Rackel (the new Poker Room manager?) that they secured funding and would start paying people out on Thursday and hopefully have everyone paid in full no later than Friday or Monday.

I have not had the chance to ask anyone if they did indeed get any money on Thursday as I worked all day, but personally I did not receive any money on Thursday (10/18). I will follow up with some of the dealers tomorrow see what they say.

There are several things that I have left out as in my personal opinion I don’t that that matter much, about procedures that were done wrong, and other things that were just plain out of whack, but will do my best to answer any and all questions directed at me.

I will also make another post regarding further personal conversations that I’ve had with various members of FreeRolls staff but those will be solely my personal feelings and opinions and didn’t want to get them mixed in with the facts of the tournament and payroll situation in itself.

Thanks for reading.

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Old 10-19-2018, 03:37 AM   #110
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holy chitballs batman.

Firstly, great review and well written post. Sorry for you and rest of folks that got caught up in this chaos (scam?)

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MOVING ON TO DAY 2.

The morning of Day 2, Dexter talked to me that morning and was saying that they counted the money in the cage and only had $750,000 for the prize pool but that they had already announced the prize pool of $790,000.
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The PokerAtlas system for total # of entries was being controlled by the cage. During Day 1A the players were constantly asking if the total # of entrants were correct. I had personally witnessed 1 player bust, rebuy, and the total # of entrants did not increase, so I asked a lady at the cage about this.(I don’t have any of the cage ladies names). Her response was that they were only adding to the # of entrants on unique buy-ins and not reentries.

I immediately went to Dex and told him that that’s the wrong way to do things and that things won’t match up in the end. I was told to “stay in my lane”...the cage and money isn’t anything I need to worry about
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DAY 3 (Final table)

When the first few players busted, they had to wait for over a hour to get paid, I was later told this was because Trent was running around trying to get money to be able to pay all the players because of the prize pool discrepancy

Pretty obvious to see what Dexter did here to steal money. After reading your post, Dexter and rest of his team should be brought up on CRIMINAL charges, not just civil suit being discussed earlier.

Reading about atmosphere in operating this MTT, one can better appreciate why all large MTTs are operated in regulated jurisdictions with operators having their own strict internal controls.



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WHY DID HE WAIT UNTIL 3 HOURS PRIOR TO PAYING HIS DEALERS TO HAVE THIS MEETING? I asked this exact question and his response was “because our investor meetings are on the 1st and 15th of every month
hearing this one statement alone coming out of his mouth would tell me all I need to know to run away from Dexter, run very far away. I dont even know were to start in calling out the massive amounts of wrong in that one statement.

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Old 10-19-2018, 04:39 AM   #111
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UGH at Post #109.

I'm glad this thread was created shortly after the announcement of the event was made, and am sorry to hear that Mr. Bradbury along with some or all staff members have yet to be paid.

Is there an original source for Mr. Bradbury's message?

Shout-out to cage "tips" hustle. SF standard. Keep it in the family I suppose.
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Old 10-19-2018, 04:51 AM   #112
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is it a fact that some players were not paid their winnings per any published prize pool?

anyone have first hand knowledge of players not getting paid?
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Old 10-19-2018, 09:23 AM   #113
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no report of any player not paid #fakenews - sad
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RE: my post above. I see now that Easy11 is Mr. Bradbury. For some reason I thought Post #109 had been cross-posted.

Here's an Oct 3rd YouTube video about FreeRolls Poker Club. I believe this is the individual being discussed in the thread.

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Old 10-19-2018, 09:54 AM   #115
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I was made aware that not only Lee was aware of all this there is one more employee that worked the event and has been in poker scene for quite a few years that knows a lot more of the shadiness in this event and hasn’t come forward or said a word. The few that told me about that employee also said the guy may know about some of the mishaps that were taking place behind the counter but was told to “Stay in his lane” but definitely knows more on this but hasn’t come forward.
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Old 10-19-2018, 11:01 AM   #116
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no report of any player not paid #fakenews - sad
are you saying sad, because it never happened.

or sad because it happened and nobody willing to talk about it
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RE: my post above. I see now that Easy11 is Mr. Bradbury. For some reason I thought Post #109 had been cross-posted.

Here's an Oct 3rd YouTube video about FreeRolls Poker Club. I believe this is the individual being discussed in the thread.

Yes this is the con artist Trent Daniel look up just some of the Scams he has pulled on Ripoffreport.com. The guy has never worked and played poker in Houston and has tab out an numerous rooms all over town before they **** down is what I read in a previous post. This guy and his family should be blackballed from any poker in Texas period. Of someone sees him in any room he should not be allowed to play what if someone brings trouble to your poker room cause of this scammer.
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Old 10-19-2018, 12:04 PM   #118
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holy chitballs batman.

Firstly, great review and well written post. Sorry for you and rest of folks that got caught up in this chaos (scam?)

highlighting a few snippets from your post








Pretty obvious to see what Dexter did here to steal money. After reading your post, Dexter and rest of his team should be brought up on CRIMINAL charges, not just civil suit being discussed earlier.

Reading about atmosphere in operating this MTT, one can better appreciate why all large MTTs are operated in regulated jurisdictions with operators having their own strict internal controls.





hearing this one statement alone coming out of his mouth would tell me all I need to know to run away from Dexter, run very far away. I dont even know were to start in calling out the massive amounts of wrong in that one statement.

I want to make clear that the person who answered the question about investor meetings happening on the 1st and 15th was Trent Daniel and not Dexter Baier.

Is Dexter to blame for some of this? Absolutely, on the operation side of things. Payroll could have been significantly been reduced if I could have sent dealers home when they were not needed instead of standing around on the clock making $20/hr
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Old 10-19-2018, 01:06 PM   #119
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Ripoffreport.com Trent Daniel has worked his magic again at expense of his employees he has managed to scam money from investors to never have 0 profit in anything that has run through Freerolls....

To think Cardplayer put this guy on the cover of there magazine as game changers. Someone didn’t do there homework...
Same as it ever was. Poker journalism.
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I want to make clear that the person who answered the question about investor meetings happening on the 1st and 15th was Trent Daniel and not Dexter Baier.

Is Dexter to blame for some of this? Absolutely, on the operation side of things. Payroll could have been significantly been reduced if I could have sent dealers home when they were not needed instead of standing around on the clock making $20/hr
look i can tell you 100 percent dex didnt take a dime. when we had payroll issues at freerolls at the hobby location i PERSONALLY witnessed dex playing plo at another game on his own money, book a win, and use that money to pay out staff. Dex and John wprked the event but they are 2 standup guys and i know this aint them period.
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also a player player brought in chips. i saw the move myselr and it was a brilliant one. player in question wins a pot, chips are in a pile umstacked when dealer pushes pot...he reaches into his pocket and gets his phone...he holds it in his hand and sends a text then sets it down by his chips. his hand slides off the back of his phone and he immediately starts stacking and 2 yellow chips materialized in the pile.
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look i can tell you 100 percent dex didnt take a dime. when we had payroll issues at freerolls at the hobby location i PERSONALLY witnessed dex playing plo at another game on his own money, book a win, and use that money to pay out staff. Dex and John wprked the event but they are 2 standup guys and i know this aint them period.
I'm a personal friend of Dex and at least people are standing up for him on this. I just wish he would get on here and social media to defend himself! But knowing him, he will take the blame for everything to make sure no one else has to deal with this BS! He's not responding to my texts or calls either! I think he wants to let anyone talk their **** and put out whatever rumor they want to before he says anything. I will stand up for people who are being wronged even if they won't do it themselves so if he decides to take the fall for this, I will tell you what he did and has done to take care of the staff! So all you people that are trying to throw him under the bus and ruin his reputation, you can go and stick it up where the sun don't shine!
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I'm a personal friend of Dex and at least people are standing up for him on this. I just wish he would get on here and social media to defend himself! But knowing him, he will take the blame for everything to make sure no one else has to deal with this BS! He's not responding to my texts or calls either! I think he wants to let anyone talk their **** and put out whatever rumor they want to before he says anything. I will stand up for people who are being wronged even if they won't do it themselves so if he decides to take the fall for this, I will tell you what he did and has done to take care of the staff! So all you people that are trying to throw him under the bus and ruin his reputation, you can go and stick it up where the sun don't shine!
my only personal stake in this is

a) im a dealer and a lot of that staff are my friends so im going to speak on it til its right

b) i cashed in that tournament and tipped out my own cash at the cage for my dealers. if that money was intercepted or used for something else then it was stolen from me and i demand it be given to the dealers. i think we should try to get the 99 players who cashed to verify what they tipped out and fprce that number to be paid to staff. im calling bull**** on 8100. period.
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also a player player brought in chips. i saw the move myselr and it was a brilliant one. player in question wins a pot, chips are in a pile umstacked when dealer pushes pot...he reaches into his pocket and gets his phone...he holds it in his hand and sends a text then sets it down by his chips. his hand slides off the back of his phone and he immediately starts stacking and 2 yellow chips materialized in the pile.
Did you say something when you saw this?
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Did you say something when you saw this?
AMEN!! All these people talking about they know or what they saw, why are they now just speaking up!
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