Poker Crime Logs – Danish High-Stakes Pro Investigated For Alleged Fraud

Multi-year use of trojan horse has supposedly been uncovered.

Danish police-commissary Torben Koldborg has confirmed that a 32-year old one-time high-stakes online poker pro has been reported to the department of economical fraud for allegedly installing trojan horse software on the computers of fellow high-stakes players, according to a report by

Koldborg states that, while there have yet to be charges files, they are investigating into the claims that this as yet unnamed player (but many have speculated on the identity) installed the software so he could see the hole cards of the owner of the computer and he used that information to steal “several million” Euro.

To add a twist to this story, the allegations also state that this high-stakes player had help with the operation and that his partner was someone who was inside the Danish police department.

This all came to a head when one of the victims noticed an irregular computer reboot while he was out of his house. He checked his security cameras as a precaution, but found that they had been turned off without his knowledge. After that, he discovered the software and the reports were made. claims that they know the name of the suspect in question and that he is (or was) one of the more famous Danish high-stakes regs and that he had even won an EPT.

Further announcements are expected to be made later today, if that happens, we’ll let you know (as will everyone because it will be pretty big…)

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