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Date: 16 Jan 2004 09:09:11
From: Russ Georgiev
Subject: Keith Lehr pays the price
For cheating people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars at the
Hollwywood Casino in Louisiana, Keith Lehr finally got his just
punishment, he was barred for life from the Hollywood Casino.

But good ole Jack Binion is letting him play at his joint, even though
Keith Lehr was caught switching cards on video tape. He switched a
mucked card to make a set on 4th to lose to a river flush.

Punishment fits the crime, Keith cheats people out of hundreds of
thousands and gets barred in a single casino. He has paid his price to
humanity and is now allowed back into the good graces of all those
honorable people in poker, even though he is caught cheating on tape.

Incidently, it was his second time being caught. Let's have a showing
of hands for all those who would take 300K or more and take being
barred at the Hollywood casino for life.

Russ Georgiev

www.pokermafia.com days away


 
Date: 16 Jan 2004 12:14:48
From: Dave L
Subject: Re: Keith Lehr pays the price
So are you saying that there has now been a high stakes cheat caught in the
world of poker? By your logic, if no high stakes cheat having been caught =
cheating must exist, then now that a player has been caught = cheating does
not exist.

This really is mind blowing.





 
Date: 16 Jan 2004 13:40:13
From: Wade C
Subject: Re: Keith Lehr pays the price
When was the "First Time" ? And where did the "300k or more" come from ?


"Russ Georgiev" <RussGeorgiev@aol.com > wrote in message
news:8cdaff48.0401160909.46e119ba@posting.google.com...
> For cheating people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars at the
> Hollwywood Casino in Louisiana, Keith Lehr finally got his just
> punishment, he was barred for life from the Hollywood Casino.
>
> But good ole Jack Binion is letting him play at his joint, even though
> Keith Lehr was caught switching cards on video tape. He switched a
> mucked card to make a set on 4th to lose to a river flush.
>
> Punishment fits the crime, Keith cheats people out of hundreds of
> thousands and gets barred in a single casino. He has paid his price to
> humanity and is now allowed back into the good graces of all those
> honorable people in poker, even though he is caught cheating on tape.
>
> Incidently, it was his second time being caught. Let's have a showing
> of hands for all those who would take 300K or more and take being
> barred at the Hollywood casino for life.
>
> Russ Georgiev
>
> www.pokermafia.com days away




 
Date: 16 Jan 2004 22:41:27
From: msft kid
Subject: Re: Keith Lehr pays the price
I guess no other poker player has ever been guilty of past
indescretions!! Sir you have some deep seeded issues concerning Mr.
Lehr. Yes his actions are indefeseable and he will have to be
accountable for his actions to the poker world and his own sense of
being. The incident you relish in was a ONE time affair due to other
circumstances and bad judgement and I emphatically declare these actions
will not re-occur. Mr. Lehr and I have had numerous high level financial
transactions and he has always preformed to the highest level of
integrety. I have learned people will think what they want and that is
fine. However people who relish in other peoples errors and misfortune
instead of their sucess offer little merit and goodwill to mankind. So
Russ I hope you reach exteme levels of gratifacation from Mr. Lehrs
dilema .

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Date: 16 Jan 2004 17:57:29
From: Gary Leddering
Subject: Re: Keith Lehr pays the price
Does Mommy know your playing on the internet again?

On Jan 16 2004 2:41PM, msft kid wrote:

> I guess no other poker player has ever been guilty of past
> indescretions!! Sir you have some deep seeded issues concerning Mr.
> Lehr. Yes his actions are indefeseable and he will have to be
> accountable for his actions to the poker world and his own sense of
> being. The incident you relish in was a ONE time affair due to other
> circumstances and bad judgement and I emphatically declare these actions
> will not re-occur. Mr. Lehr and I have had numerous high level financial
> transactions and he has always preformed to the highest level of
> integrety. I have learned people will think what they want and that is
> fine. However people who relish in other peoples errors and misfortune
> instead of their sucess offer little merit and goodwill to mankind. So
> Russ I hope you reach exteme levels of gratifacation from Mr. Lehrs
> dilema .
>
> * Learn Where & Where NOT to Play at http://www.LiveActionPoker.com
>
> ** Up to $100 Deposit Bonus at http://www.FabulousPoker.com






  
Date: 16 Jan 2004 19:52:41
From: Brian Court
Subject: Re: Keith Lehr pays the price
msft kid <strawns@hotmail.com > wrote in message news:<40086895$0$70306$75868355@news.frii.net>...
> I guess no other poker player has ever been guilty of past
> indescretions!! Sir you have some deep seeded issues concerning Mr.
> Lehr. Yes his actions are indefeseable and he will have to be
> accountable for his actions to the poker world and his own sense of
> being. The incident you relish in was a ONE time affair due to other
> circumstances and bad judgement and I emphatically declare these actions
> will not re-occur. Mr. Lehr and I have had numerous high level financial
> transactions and he has always preformed to the highest level of
> integrety. I have learned people will think what they want and that is
> fine. However people who relish in other peoples errors and misfortune
> instead of their sucess offer little merit and goodwill to mankind. So
> Russ I hope you reach exteme levels of gratifacation from Mr. Lehrs
> dilema .
>

You're a scumbag for defending a lousy cheat like Lehr. You should
take some of your "high level financial transactions" and take some
spelling lessons.

Brian C
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>
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Date: 17 Jan 2004 13:17:21
From: Msft kid
Subject: Re: Keith Lehr pays the price
You probably dont know Keithand maybe I dont spell well {I pay people to
type and spell}.However I dont defend his actions in this situation they
were wrong,but it is equally wrong to relish and enjoy an individuals
errors or problems.I dont mind being a scum bag if it means helping
someone who is down.

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