Absolute Poker Scandal: Final Audit Released by Kahnawake Gaming Commission, Everything We Thought Happened Confirmed, $500k Fine Imposed

In the biggest scandal to rock poker last year that nobody cares about anymore, the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC)–the organization that licenses to approximately 60% of global online casinos and poker rooms–has released its final audit assessing the conduct of the douchebags at Absolute Poker–the organization whose executive douchebags (at right) scammed millions of dollars from of its faithful customers through a super-user account.

Douchebag_realthingNot surprisingly, the audit confirmed that a form of insider cheating through the super-user account had occurred at AP. However, the cheating did not necessarily benefit the AP corporate organization, but instead super-asshole accounts like Potripper (at right). This cheating began approximately on August 14, 2007, which would absolve Mark Seif from those who believed he cheated in one "questionable" session.

AP was fined $500k for four cited breaches of the KGC’s Regulations concerning Interactive Gaming, as well as the cost associated with the audit. Additionally, AP is required to post an unspecified sum of a security deposit against future violations. This sum will be held for two years.

Wicked Chops Poker spoke with our legal analyst, Oscar McGoldenstein, who said, "The official legal terminology for the fines and actions taken against AP would be called ‘slap on the wrist.’"

More on the Absolute Poker Scandal audit at Poker News

Mark Seif’s thoughts on the scandal

Dan Druff’s response to Mark Seif


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