If you are a home tournament and that you realize the final table qu T2000 too in chips, what would you do there? What would you do if you were organizers of the WSOP and qu at the end of the tournament you may notice as there were 2 million chips in too?
In-depth research about 2 millions of tokens that have appeared mysteriously at the tournament main of the World Series of Poker of 2006 has recently been published.
Since the release of the final table, when ESPN have noticed that 2 million chips had been added, it n was not only the 12 million jackpot that was in games. The reputation of each player and the reputation of the poker, that s is fervently respected after lot of efforts, were made l test.
All those present are concerned, even if this was only a mistake, or indeed an intentional gesture.
The Nevada gaming Commission has put a gag order on Harrah s until that it can finish their investigations. Apparently, searches are completed and the results will be disclosed. Thus, Harrah s will be able to speak freely.
So, that s happened? Many people have jumped to the conclusion that the leader, Jamie Gold, would have enjoyed tokens. PokerNews concluded that neither the winner, Jamie Gold, and neither Allan Cunningham received extra chips, because they were COLORED separately UP to the official COLOR-UP. Also, none of these two players n chose to exchange the chips from their table. Then, they n had no opportunity to take advantage of extra chips.
Based on the account of the tokens, Kevin O'Donnell is one of two players who received more chips than expected, 1.05 million to be exact. He had them during the COLOR-UP, but n apparently had no idea. O'Donnell and all other players were l gap during the COLOR-UP. Unfortunately for him, O'Donnell was eliminated 30 minutes after the COLOR-UP. Shortly after, then d one interview, he was shocked to know what it might have been extra chips.
Poker News stated that the second player to have had 1 million tokens additional n was not what they had identified during the counting of the tokens. For the moment, they have chosen to not to reveal the name of the second player. Nevertheless, they remain insured that watching surveillance videos will be able to put this topic to light.
We are still waiting for the mystery to be solved, and the Nevada gaming Commission to make their results public.