Borgata has made a claim of fifteen million and more from Phil Ivey and his partner.
There was a dispute raised against certain baccarat sessions that Phil and his partner played in 2012. Borgata placed a claim against which the legal team for Phil and his partner has responded back. As per the casino, the players used a technique called the edge sorting that gave a small but distinct advantage in winning against the casino. Their winnings were about ten million. The casino from Atlantic City now wants the comps and the total value to be returned back as well as the sum the players would have won if they played normally.
Ivey however got a ruling from court last month stating that he had not committed fraud. However, there was a breach as a mathematical edge was gained over the casino that goes against the terms and conditions of the contract that the players need to sign with the casino. Continue reading “Borgata Makes Claims Of Ivey”