ACR Confirm Cheating and Issue Refunds
Cheating at ACR has been confirmed, with the site refunding players and stating they have “investigated and recently uncovered unfair gameplay practices”.
Joseph Ingram AKA Joeingram1 AKA ChicagoJoey is a professional high stakes online poker player and personality.
He's most famous for his outgoing charismatic personality, not to mention his whacky and wild prop bets. These include playing 50k hands in 20 hours on Pokerstars (For a $30k win) in 2009. In September 2014, he bet $16k that he could go from 3k Play Chips to 20Million Play Chips in 24 hours. After getting up to 11Million he got all in with AK and lost versus AA, losing the $16k bet.
Joey is also popular for his podcast interviews, in which he interviews poker players in a live, unedited setting, often getting them out of their comfort zone and revealing some insightful parts of their lives. You can watch all of his podcasts below.
Published 1 year agoChicagoJoey - Can I Win $500,000 Playing PLO Online?
Joey Ingram's new series takes you on the last 12 months of him playing high stakes Pot Limit Omaha on Bovada poker. He will go ov...
Published 1 year agoPokerLife Podcast - With November Niner Kenny Hallaert
2016 WSOP November Niner and tournament director Kenny Hallaert joins Joey Ingram for an episode of the PokerLife Podcast.They tal...
Allegations of shady practices and downright cheating at ACR has prompted online poker forum 2+2 to stop accepting any advertising from the WPN.
The gloves were well and truly off as the long-running feud between Daniel ‘KidPoker’ Negreanu and Doug Polk reached new heights – or depths.
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