Friday, November 11, 2016

And now the Borgata Wants its Monoey Back!

Borgata to sue Ivey
With the decision in the Phil Ivey baccarat edge-sorting trial in from London, Ivey's main US victim, the Atlantic City Borgata, wants its money back!

That would mean about fifteen million bucks plus damages!

The damages, they say, are a quarter million in casino comps, to which one Borgata official said Ivey and his female cheat partner, Cheung Yin Sun, drank bathtub-loads of their most expensive champagne.

They also claim that had Ivey played without the cheat tactic, he would have lost $5.5 million according to probability analysis.

So, we go from one Ivey edge-sorting trial to perhaps another. Read an article about it here.