Poker Player Peter Jepsen Jailed for Scamming

First published on Card Player, it has been revealed that Danish online poker pro Peter Jepsen scammed fellow players over a course of six years.

From 2008 to 2014, Jepsen installed malware on other players’ computers at events such as the EPT that allowed him to see their hole cards.

Danish authorities have spent the last five years putting together a case against Jepsen who now has to pay €3.5 million in fines as well as serve a two year jail sentence!

Compared to the coverage of the Mike Postle cheating scandal Jepsen’s scam has hardly been noticed by the poker media, so you may have missed it.

The Chip Race podcast also touched on the topic. You can listen to the latest episode below.

View the complete archives of The Chip Race Poker Podcast in the Pokerfuse Podcast Directory →

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