According to the Daily Mail, the oldest casino in Britain, Crockfords, is withholding a £7.3 million (11.7 million USD) win from Phil Ivey.
The Daily Mail article claims, that Ivey was playing a high-stakes form of baccarat in August, and after two nights of playing he ended up winning £7.3 million, but only his initial buy-in has been returned to him.
Ivey reportedly asked the management of Crockfords to wire the winnings into his bank account after deciding that he had had enough, and this was when the casino launched an investigation of Ivey's win.
"Genting investigators flew to London from Kuala Lumpur to speak to everyone who was working on the two nights in question and to examine hours of film from surveillance cameras.", Daily Mail writes.
However, investigators haven't found anything shady about Ivey's win as of yet, but they still haven't paid out the winnings either. It seems, that Ivey's lawyers and Crockfords' lawyers are now battling it out over the money.
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