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Zamani Screenshots Bring into Question Kenney’s Claims
Damning Text Messages?
What Does It All Mean?
Martin Zamani shared some evidence on Twitter and with PokerNews that may discredit some of the claims Bryn Kenney , who he has accused of cheating, made during last week’s 70-minute interview . A trove of text messages obtained by PokerNews indicates that Kenney allegedly had knowledge, and at times encouraged, ghosting and multi-accounting amongst his stable.
PokerNews has obtained and authenticated thousands of Telegram text messages between Kenney and an accomplished poker pro, who verified the authenticity of the exchange on condition of anonymity. The anonymous player was subsequently publicly outed as George Wolff by Zamani in a now-deleted tweet before we released this story. According to the Hendon Mob, Wolff hails from Oregon and has more than $3 million in lifetime live tournament earnings. That includes a career-best $566,774 for finishing second in the 2020 Aussie Millions 25K Challenge . He also finished second in the 2019 EPT Prague €25K Pot-Limit Omaha for $254,841 and runner-up in the 2019 Poker Masters Event #8: $25,000 NLH for $246,000.
On Doug Polk’s Podcast last month, Zamani made some damaging allegations against the high-stakes poker legend, accusing him of running an online poker cheating stable full of horses who colluded together for financial gain.Within the conversation between Kenney and Wolff, discussed below, poker’s all-time live tournament earnings leader seems to confirm that some of Zamani’s statements are indeed true.The Telegram chat log between the poker pros spanned more than three years, and the timestamps appear to be presented backward, which made some on social media understandably question its authenticity. Wolff explained that he recorded the conversation backward and sent it to Zamani via video chat, a nearly 22-minute video shared with PokerNews . Zamani Screenshots Bring into Question Kenney’s Claims While Zamani’s interview with Polk was certainly juicy, he didn’t provide much proof to back up his claims, but that may have changed on Tuesday, starting with a Telegram […]
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