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The Las Vegas spending spree that brought down online poker
by Andrew Kiraly | posted April 25, 2011
Here's a fascinating story about the rise and fall of Daniel Tzvetkoff. Who's he? A tech whiz who created a payment processing system for major online poker websites. His lavish and expensive tastes, however, led to bitter money disputes with online poker operators. And then he dropped a dime on his clients. From the Sydney Morning Herald:
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