Daniel Colman accuses Sean Perry of cheating

We recap some stories you may have missed including more trouble for Mike Postle and a Las Vegas casino embraces crypto.

Colman outs Perry

We rarely hear from One Drop champion Daniel Colman but this month he took to Twitter to accuse Sean Perry (son of Ralph Perry) of cheating in a Daily Fantasy Sports wager. 

The two had a side bet where they each picked a team of three DFS accounts and the best performing team would win the wager. However, after unusual activity Colman started to suspect that Perry was controlling three of the six accounts, which he explained in more detail below:

Many in the poker community came out to share their own bad experiences with Sean Perry, including the above very funny story from Daniel Zack.

Postle owes Witteles $27k

Todd Witteles
Todd Witteles

Mike Postle’s decision to sue the community who shined a light on his alleged cheating continues to haunt him. 

One of the people he was suing, Todd Witteles, filed an anti-SLAPP motion against Postle. Because Postle dropped his defamation suit, Witteles won by default. 

As a result, Judge Shama H Mesiwala will grant $26,982 in damages and legal fees for Witteles, which Postle has to pay. A similar ruling is expected to be granted to Veronica Brill on May 19. 

Crypto coming to the Strip

resorts world
Resorts World Casino

We may be a long way off from playing poker in Bitcoin at the live felt, but one Vegas casino is embracing cryptocurrency. 

Resorts World Las Vegas has partnered with crypto exchange Gemini. The deal will allow guests to make purchases with crypto during their stay. 

The new casino opens on June 24 and will feature a 30-table poker room. 

The downfall of Mike the Mouth

Finally, PokerGO have been through the archives and put together this montage of Mike Matusow’s 2004 World Series of Poker run. A rollercoaster ride which made him famous in the poker community.

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