Originally Posted by lukeellul92
If there's an investigation, he'll have his say? And with his past, it's going to be alot harder for him to come across as innocent.
Also, you can defend him all you like, but it's players like this that give the game a bad name, and if he really was cheating, it could be very bad PR for the WSOP...
I'm not defending him at all! (Please do not put words into my mouth)
imo, I think there's obviously something suspicious & if he's guilty I really do hope they find some evidence & prove it! (this is only going from what I've read on WSOP reports & some other pokernews reports re: the player's observations & comments about such). From the limited reading I did on it (I've been following WSOP quite closely, ie. have watched most of the live streaming so far this year, etc.) I think the guy seems pretty scummy & 'if' they find evidence of his guilt, I hope they fk him up.
I just always thought it was innocent until proven guilty & that the onus was on proving his guilt.