New cheating allegations towards Ali Imsirovic have resurfaced in the last few days, where fellow poker players accused him of running a cheating ring on ACR. Phil Nagy, CEO of the Winning Poker Network, came out and offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who can prove it.
I will go on record I am in the Triton 200k blinding off reading this. I will offer a 100k reward for proof of this I take security seriously however there is no-one that is perfect. Help me Help you if you can. (excuse grammar Im under some pressure here) https://t.co/8Kz4AtYL8X— Phillip Nagy (@WPN_CEO) May 18, 2023
It all started when PokerStrategy’s Barry Carter spotted a coaching offer from Imsirovic on his Instagram profile. Since then, several poker players have come forward with additional rumors, with Matt Berkey being the loudest.
"Lots of rumors floating around that the stable is divided according to shifts; newer guys play early stages, mid stages are for vets, etc, with Ali and Chris Fitz closing out using dream machines," Berkey wrote on Twitter.
He continued: "Again, rumors are that they have dozens of accounts firing on ACR... IDK if it's possible that they can circumvent ip checks or if the securities are less sophisticated than the alleged cheating mechanisms. But I don't think it's a secret that ACR is their primary site."
Oooh Ali Imsirovic is coaching people now. I wonder if he is coaching people on poker or, you know, the other thing pic.twitter.com/dfBQZGAkYH— Barry Carter (@Barry_Carter) May 17, 2023
Last year Ali, together with Jake Schindler, were banned from GGPoker and all PokerGO Live events due to using illegal RTA tools online and collusion at live tournaments. Despite many complaints, they both attend the 2022 World Series of Poker, and Schindler even won his first-ever WSOP bracelet, but denied all post-win interview requests.