Anton Wigg Accuses Mikita Badziakouski of Collusion in $10K WSOP Circuit Event

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Anton Wigg Accuses Mikita Badziakouski of Collusion in $10K WSOP Circuit Event
08:20
28 May

It seems that everyone is at it, or being accused of being at it this week, Anton Wigg claiming some shady shenanigans in the recent WSOP Circuit Online $10k event on GGPoker.


The clip shared by Wigg shows a very short-stacked Mikita Badziakouski 3-bet Polish pro and table chip leader Wiktor Malinowski, leaving less than a small blind behind.

Malinowski in the cut-off, getting 2.5-1 on the call with a pretty decent but hardly stellar holding, elects to fold.

This prompted a few cries of ‘wtf’ along the way on Twitter, as well as those claiming ‘standard’ and ‘hand caught in the cookie jar’


It could be that Wigg is caught up in the near-hysteria that emerged this week after Bill Perkins accused a ‘top7 pro’ of cheating in a private highstakes online game.

As was reported this week also, Dan Bilzerian claimed on Twitter that Daniel Cates is the ‘super pro of pros’ in question…


…although Jungleman partially excused himself in a reply that left more questions than it answered…


Claims of multi-accounting, ghosting, collusion and rumours that even more big-name pros are involved in the private game ‘scandal’ have made it a somewhat bizarre week for the highrollers, most of them currently knee-deep in several big online series’.


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