Company officials have told Gambling911.com that “Absolute had only uncovered who the culprit was Thursday” and that “no management personnel were involved in this incident” which in layman’s terms means they found a scapegoat yesterday. It also means anyone who still is playing on Absolute has the IQ of a shoe.
Finally, Gambling911.com was told that “Players who were affected by this unfortunately situation will be paid in full.” But as Paul Phillips notes in a comment to one of his own recent blog posts, it is highly unlikely that Absolute will compensate everyone who was affected by the cheating as the list extends to anyone who has ever shared a table with these guys.
What hasn’t been said yet is what will happen to the criminals who have stole hundreds of thousands, possibly millions, from online poker players for who knows how long. Tossing salad for a dozen years or so in a Costa Rican jail sounds like justice to us, but is unlikely.
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