The poker world has been hit with yet another unsavoury scamming story while the high-stakes community is still reeling from a plethora of cheating allegations . Twitch streamer Lukas “Robin Poker” Robinson exposed Alexander Harry Jones as an alleged conman who came into his life intending to carry out a long con and obtain money by deception. It’s finally time to publically out this poker scammer. Please share this post/thread, so that this guy doesn’t scam anyone else in poker ever again. pic.twitter.com/OZpuGwn3Ma — Robin Poker (@RobinPoker_) May 21, 2022 The Long Con
Jones is accused of posing as a fan who wanted to stake Robinson but eventually ended up asking for loans himself . Robinson confirms in his video that even Jon “Apestyles” van Fleet fell victim to Jones’ antics to the tune of $4,500 .
Another Twitch poker streamer, Rayan ‘beriuzy’ Chamas , heard the news about what Jones was accused of and had a story of his own to tell , confirming that there are likely many similar tales likely to come out over the next few weeks .
Chamas wrote that @Askaripoker and @ExzibitaPKR are both Twitter accounts owned by Jones who uses a different identity to wheedle his way into people’s lives. In this case, he actually became a mod on Chamas’s Twitch channel , putting in many hours to build trust. Scam alert.
1/ @AskariPoker is actually @ExzibitaPKR .
He played the long con and was helping out for 4 months & became a Mod on my channel. He actually put in work to help but I noticed something was off.
I confirmed with others that this is the same person, more below.. — Beriuzy (@beriuzy) May 20, 2022 Jones even gave out money during broadcasts expecting that the trust gained would be eventually repaid with interest.
After allegedly scamming a few people for $1,000-$2,000 under one identity , Jones returned under his other and tried his luck again.
Arlie Shaban , a PokerStars Team Online member, wrote: “Sounds a lot like demon92 from my first 6 months streaming, guy came into my community all day every day, […]
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