Scott “URnotINdanger2” Palmer Interview, Asian High Roller Arrested

Before Black Friday, Scott Palmer used to play the biggest high-stakes cash games online under the screename “URnotINdangr2”. After that we have not heard much from Palmer, until now.

Palmer made a deep run this year in the WSOP Main Event, eventually finishing in 19th place for $286,900, which is his biggest cash so far from a live tournament.

In a recent interview with Pokerlistings, Palmer recalls his rise to the top leading up to the Black Friday when his millions got stuck on Full Tilt Poker for years.

Check out the interesting interview from below:

 

Paul Phua Arrested in Illegal World Cup Betting Raid

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Paul Phua, a regular in Macau’s high-stakes poker cash games and known to play online as "MalACEsia", was one of eight people arrested over the weekend for allegedly running an illegal betting operation at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Phua and seven other Chinese Nationals are alleged taking illegal World Cup wagers. The operation was raided by FBI agents, after Caesars technicians had apparently tipped off the authorities.

"The illegal betting ring is alleged to have accepted wagers on the World Cup inside Caesars Palace. The arrests, however, took place at other Strip resorts after the ring was broken up and the operators were kicked out of Caesars Palace."

For more information, see the Las Vegas Review-Journal's article here.

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