Alleged Cheater Mike Postle Agrees to Settlement

88 Plaintiffs May Get Some Justice

The biggest story of the most recent year had to be the cheating scandal involving Mike Postle at Stones Gambling Hall in California. Video evidence seemed to indicate Postle’s ability to see his opponents’ cards, and upon discovery several players filed suit in federal court.

And now it appears they are getting at least some of their money back. Gaming attorney Mac VerStanding who represents the 88 plaintiffs in the filing announced, “Counsel for the parties have reached an agreement as to the principal terms of a settlement of this case, but require additional time to finalize the settlement.”

Terms have been tentatively agreed upon, however all 88 plaintiffs must individually agree to the terms before anything can be finalized. They have until September 11 to amend the complaint.

Here is a link to the entire filing via CardPlayer magazine.



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