Scott Montgomery Always Impresses At WSOP

Everyone who follows the poker game closely would have heard about Scott Montgomery.


He burst onto the poker scene in 2008 and impressed one and all with his poker skills. The year 2008 was a breakthrough year for Scott. He finished the 2008 WPT L.A. Poker Classic in the 5th position and this is his best effort so far in his poker career. He did not stop there and went on to claim the 5th position in the most prestigious WSOP Main Event in 2008. This achievement made everyone sit back and take notice of this wonderful Canadian poker player.

Scott’s career has been up and down for the most part. After his achievement in 2008, he had to wait for 2 more years to make it big at a poker event. This time he won the bracelet by claiming the $1k NL event held as part of the 2010 WSOP. He has not been able to replicate the kind of success that he has had in the 2010 WSOP for the past few years. In fact, his career graph has taken a downward slide and he has not been able to win six-figure prize money since 2012. more

Police raids two cafes in Nashville, seizes poker machines

On Tuesday, 10 video poker machines were seized by the authority following raids at two Nashville cafes.

The police saw the machines in hidden backrooms in both businesses, as per the officials. They seized four at the Sky Cafe at 2424-A Nolensville Pike and six at Phuong Tay Cafe, located at 3745 Annex Ave.
In a recent release out on Tuesday, police said that staff members at Phuong Tay Cafe were seen to be giving gambling patrons in cash for credits gained on the poker machines. The police stated that 4 payouts were made to a police operative back in October, as well as same types of payouts were made on two times at Sky Cafe. They added that in both businesses the poker machines were placed in hidden backrooms adjacent to the kitchens. As a whole, 10 people were egressed state misdemeanor gambling references in the raid.

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