A poker player appeared on a radio show to address allegations that he had acted unethically and helped a team of online cheaters. He appeared on the show to address allegations that he had acted unethically and led a team of online cheaters. The summer scandal was set off by Poker player Martin Zamani, who claimed that Kenney ran a poker stable rife with multi-accounting, colluding and ghosting.
Approximately 2,000 viewers watched the live broadcast of the interview with Bryn Kenney on Tuesday, and Poker Twitter was watching along with them.
He appeared on the show to address allegations that he had acted unethically and led a team of online cheaters. He used the opportunity to promote his upcoming project, 4poker.
The summer scandal was set off by Poker player Martin Zamani, who claimed that Kenney ran a poker stable rife with multi-accounting, colluding and ghosting. The hallucinogenic drug 5-MeO-DMT, also known as toad venom or “Frog poison,” was used by Kenney to control the diet, meditative practices, and therapeutic use of the hallucinogenic drug.
After serving as an early days prosecutor during the live stream cheating scandal known as Postlegate, a successful content creator and player named Ingram earned the respect of many viewers. He brought that experience to the two-hour Kenney interview, one that saw him at times relaxed and at other times uncomfortable with the answers he was given.
The poker community kept up their commentary throughout the broadcast.
Poker reacts on social media
After allowing Kenney some time to casually address some of the more outrageous claims, he was quickly focused on his role with online poker operator GGPoker where he was instrumental in getting high-limit games running. #holdemandcrypto wrote, “Joey is asking the tough questions, and Bryn is dapping himself up, basically talking about he’s the only reason #GGPoker is a thing, and denying everything.”
As the interview unfolded in real time, Zamani was watching and posting pictures of texts he had shared with the other person.
There were other opponents of Kenney on the YouTube Rail.
When setting up big games, Lauren Roberts accused Kenney of predatory behavior. This sounds like libel to me, Roberts had already suggested that Kenney was also guilty of libel. I would like you to document the alleged money owed.
Some users on the social networking site cared less about the revelations or lack of them and more about whether or not the show deserved a platform.