Just yesterday, pictures of accused poker cheater Mike Postle grinding at Beau Rivage Casino in Biloxi were circulated on the internet. He was seen on the final table of a $500,000 guaranteed poker tournament. Post that, he faced a striking exit from the Beau Rivage Million Dollar Heater Main Event Monday at the hands of Brock Gary.
After a slow roll from Gary, Postle busted at seventh place in this $1,200 buy-in event for $32,703. When he was leaving the table, he was ridiculed by an onlooker. An individual off-camera was quick to say, “That’s for all the cheating that you do.”
Gulf Coast Poker.NET posted a video on their Facebook page wherein the individual can be heard saying the words. The video shows a flop of 6 ♠ 4 ❤ 5 ♣ on which Postle had moved all in. Gary, who had a relatively larger stack, tanked for about 30 seconds and slow-rolled with 6 ♣ 6 ❤ . He scored a top set, while Postle flipped over T ♠ T ❤ for an overpair.
The turn and river of 2 ♦ and Q ♠ brought no relief, and the Mississippi resident was sent away at the seventh place.
Postle was accused of using cheating devices to get access to the opponent’s hole cards during a Stones Gambling Hall live stream in 2019. The allegations were made by former Stones commentator, player and Postle’s friend, Veronica Brill. Post the incident, Postle had maintained a low profile by staying away from the live felts. However, he once again made headlines after Max Young shared images of him grinding on the final table of the event in Biloxi on Twitter.
The image led to a lot of outrage from users who said that the casino should not allow a cheater like him to enter the premises. Although he bagged a significant amount for his seventh-place finish at the event, his haters can sigh in relief since he did not make it to the top. On the other hand, Gary chopped the pot three-way with Kooroush Gahedi and Jeremy Eyer for $144,380 each. However, Gahedi was awarded the title.
Amarylisa Gonsalves is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Advancing from a marketing background, she found her calling in writing. She takes delight in exploring genres and is a curious learner. Patient and ambivert, she believes in letting her work speak for itself. Apart from content writing, she finds solace in writing poetry by expressing herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in anything that satisfies her creative self, like drawing and DIY crafts.
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