In Part I of the interview, Vaughn describes how his FTP account began freezing up when there was around 24 players remaining in the tournament. He was on instant messenger with Mizzi, and asked him to log in to his account while Vaughn, a Bluff Magazine employee, drove to work for a better connection. The conversation quickly turned to selling the account. Mizzi then took over and won the event.
However, Mizzi then emphatically denies he regularly cheats, account sells, or ghosts:
"…I’m not a – I’m not a cheater; I’m not a multi-accounter. I acted fast without malice and didn’t intend to hurt Chris and myself, opponents, or the entire poker community. This is something that was a one-time – it was a one-time thing and I clearly didn’t give it much thought, which is exactly why I got caught, because… because of actually logging into his account which would be traced. But, I want to make it clear that this is something that was an isolated incident and it’s, it’s not something that I’ve done in the past."
Vaughn later admits he "lied" in an interview on thepokerroad.com with
Read Part I in full here and look for Part II later today.