Martin Kabrhel Accused of Cheating at World Series of Poker

  • The World Series of Poker is investigating Martin Kabrhel for cheating.
  • Martin Kabrhel was accused of marking cards by Andrew Robl at a World Series of Poker event.
  • Kabrhel placed third and took in nearly $2.3 million in Sunday’s event.

LAS VEGASMartin Kabrhel is under investigation for cheating by the World Series of Poker following many complaints of his antics during a WSOP event on Sunday. Andrew Robl went to Twitter to publicly accuse Kabrhel of cheating in a $250,000 buy-in Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em event.

Robl doubled down by providing evidence of his own, tweeting a screenshot from the WSOP event live stream. Kabrhel is being accused of marking cards to gain an advantage by knowing his opponent’s hand.

Martin Kabrhel denied the cheating accusations on his Twitter account and declared that he will be taking legal action on Andrew Robl for such intense accusations.

However, Andrew Robl isn’t the only World Series of Poker player fed up with Kabrhel’s antics.

Poker legend Phil Hellmuth added that playing with Kabrhel made him uncomfortable and confirmed Robl’s claim that players would unanimously vote to ban Kabrhel from future World Series of Poker events.

Players and fans across USA poker sites have posted clips on Twitter that they believe to be evidence of Kabrhel cheating.

With all of the buzz surrounding Kabrhel’s actions during the Super High Roller No-Limit Hold’em event, the World Series of Poker is investigating Martin Kabrhel for cheating.

“While we do not discuss specific security protocols used to monitor players and gaming equipment, the integrity of the game remains paramount and we can assure fellow patrons that we are taking these allegations very seriously,” the WSOP told Review-Journal. “As this is an ongoing investigation, there is no further comment on the matter at this time.”

The integrity of World Series of Poker events is taken seriously. Poker players at online gambling sites don’t have to worry about cheating maneuvers such as marking or creasing cards.