Phil Ivey Lost the Edge Sorting Case Against Crockford

crockfords-london-casino-75x60The edge sorting case worth $12.4 million or £7.7 million between pro gambler Phil Ivey and Crockford’s in London is finally over. Ivey lost when the England’s High Court of Justice ruled a day ago that edge sorting resulted in cheating in civil law. “He gave himself an advantage which the game precludes and that is cheating,” said Judge John Mitting. He also called Phil Ivey a truthful witness. Ivey won the money while playing Punto Banco, a form of baccarat, at the casino. He was disappointed about the final ruling, but he is pleased that he was called a truthful witness by the judge.

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