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Bryn Kenney Denies Cheating Allegations in 70-Minute PokerNews Interview

Bryn Kenney Denies Cheating Allegations in 70-Minute PokerNews Interview

bryn kenney pokernews interview Bryn Kenney , accused of running a cult-like poker cheating scheme , gave an exclusive interview with PokerNews’ Sarah Herring Tuesday afternoon, and denied most of the allegations against him.

Herring, a poker industry veteran and co-host of the PokerNews Podcast , openly admitted from the get-go that she is a long-time friend of Kenney, and although some on social media were critical of the interviewer-interviewee relationship, her intention, as she wrote on Twitter , was to be “transparent and honest” with the audience.

Kenney initially declined to speak with PokerNews but reached out to Herring offering to do an interview with her with a preference of doing it live. Kenney Plays the Denial Game

During the 70-minute conversation, which you can view in full above, poker’s all-time live tournament cashes leader accused Doug Polk of being “out to get me” and downplayed Martin Zamani’s credibility.

Zamani, in a recent appearance on Polk’s podcast, made some harsh accusations against Kenney, claiming the former GGPoker ambassador ran a stable of online poker horses who colluded and used RTAs to cheat.

“Martin’s a person that, through our conversations, has never been really happy in his life,” Kenney told Herring. “It’s absolutely crazy, it’s one of the craziest things I’ve ever heard in my life.” That was the theme of his comments directed toward Zamani, who he admitted was part of his online poker stable in the past. Much like Zamani on Polk’s podcast, Kenney didn’t bring receipts with him to prove his case. It was simply him denying the allegations and giving his side of the story.

One (of many) major accusation Zamani made was that Kenney could view his horse’s screen while they were playing online poker.

“It’s absolutely crazy, it’s one of the craziest things I’ve ever heard in my life,” Kenney said in response to the allegation.

Many of Kenney’s answers to Herring’s questions were a bit dodgy, and often times going off on a tangent that wasn’t related to the question. Much of what he said wasn’t substantial or really have anything to do with the allegations at hand.Herring asked […]

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