Alleged Cheater Leads World Poker Tour Standings

by , Feb 16, 2008 | 4:21 pm

Just clicked over to the WPT website to see if there was any word yet about the Season 7 sked (there isn’t) and what tourneys if any have been axed/rescheduled.

However, I did notice one interesting thing — that Abraham Gray is the leader for “Highest Cash Percentage” [WPT profile]… finishing in the WPT money 57.14 percent of the time. Nice job. You may recall, however, that Not-So-Honest Abe was the dude reportedly arrested in October 2006 by the Nevada Gaming Commission at the Wynn poker tables for allegedly marking cards.

I use all those disclaimers because I don’t know whatever became of his case, and haven’t yet figured out how to check the status of NGC-wrought charges. But still …

6 Comments to “Alleged Cheater Leads World Poker Tour Standings”

  1. Poker Shrink

    NGC information is hard to get. Trust me, running down details of the 2006 WSOP Two Million chip investigation got me several different interpretations of what NVG will and will not release on both on-going or completed investigations. The only way to know semi-for-sure is to go to Carson City and look at the printed releases available at the NVG offices.

  2. DanM

    ***printed releases***

    so it’s gotta be public info if that charge was dropped, settled, plead down, etc. is the gaming commission just like any other police force (the alcohol cops, for example) that send you to a regular ole Clark County court?

    I’d feel better skewering the guy if we knew the actual results of his case.

  3. Scott

    How about a new podcast guys? It’s killing me not hearing Kerridy’s voice…

  4. Scott

    Wow. I take back everything I’ve ever said about podcasts. Not in one million years would I have guessed that what someone is jonesing for at 5:40 am is a poker podcast.

  5. Anon

    Any updates on the case?

  6. DanM

    Sorry, Anon, I have been too busy not making podcasts to dig in.