Mike McDonald Says 2021 Was the Year With the Most Poker Scams!

Mike McDonald has tweeted his thanks to those in the poker community who have resisted the urge to scam people, even when their backs are to the wall. Timex is shocked by the recent reporting of scam stories involving people with previously flawless reputations. Check out the list of the biggest poker scams of 2021 below!

Mike McDonald Shouts Out to Those Who Resist the Urge to Scam

It’s been a tough year for live poker professionals, particularly those based in the US with limited online options. For this reason, with a steady supply of scam stories coming from that sector we should reasonably expect this number to rise.

There are a lot of broke live players around right now and desperation might be kicking in.

Mike McDonald does add:

“For every selfish person out there who rugs our community- there are probably 20 more with their back against the wall who chose to take their losses on the chin.”

And also cheekily points out that anyone who lost a house on the click of a mouse can at least applaud themselves for having integrity.

The Biggest Poker Scams 2021

The Biggest Poker Scams 2021

High-stakes tournament player Dan Colman recently went public with accusations of Sean Perry scamming him for seven figures.

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The story was that Perry allegedly controlled multiple accounts on a daily fantasy sports website without disclosing the fact. He then encouraged Sam Soverel to find additional action for him which Colman was more than happy to give.

Many in the poker community thought this was such an outrageous manoeuvre that it was on the same level as the Mike Postle story.

The poker player from Arkansas is accused of defrauding the huge sum since November 2017. Two medical testing companies that Billy Taylor owns and operates were caught filing Medicare numbers for unneeded genetic tests in order to claim the funds back from the government.

Poker Player Billy Taylor arrested for $88,000,000 COVID testing scam

More recently, they filed social security numbers for COVID-19 tests that did not take place to the value of $42 million.

Canadian Patrick Serda was last week accused of being a con artist and a thief. No less than 25 individuals have come forward over scams such as phoney loans, unfulfilled trades, and fake investment opportunities totalling almost US$3 million.

Patrick Serda poker

After being given a chance to co-operate  and make good these issues Serda declined.

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