Street Report: UB Refunds Showing Up

by , Nov 14, 2008 | 1:17 pm

If there seems to be a little more action than usual on Ultimate Bet these days, it’s because a lot of players have been given new cash with the promise “this time we won’t cheat you out of it.” Donkey Bomber got a rebate of about $1,400 — see, Tom, the economy is already looking up, as you just got back what you lost to me on the presidential election — which showed up unexpectedly in his account along with an email with a bunch of legal documents attached. That’s small potatoes compared to the couple hundred-k that Josh Arieh supposedly got refunded.

(If you were someone who unknowingly lost money to the cheating, wouldn’t you love to study the replays of the hands where your action seemed to go bizarrely awry?)

Further reports say at least one of the above-mentioned refundees has been playing with it, and winning a lot. Considering that most new players on UB clearly haven’t done some basic searching on the internet, it’s plausible that the games here are particularly soft these days.

I really wanna believe what Annie Duke says about the fantastic security now in play at UB … and heck, beyond playing there, might Pokerati actually be able to make some affiliate bucks off any pimpage? For now, of course, all we’ve got to go on giving necessary reassurances is an AP/UB infomercial explaining it all that has since been taken down once people actually started to see it.


2 Comments to “Street Report: UB Refunds Showing Up”


  1. Kevin Mathers
    says:

    It’s back up at the same location as before, download them while you can.


  2. DanM
    says:

    I’ve changed my mind. At best, this “investigative report” is about as credible as an investigation by Halliburton into abuses at Abu Ghraib.

    I’ll wait for the 60 Minutes report.

    Susan Reisler’s work for Tokwiro is the definition of journalistic sell-out. I’m not even faulting her for using her skills to make a buck, but let’s call a spade a spade here.