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Los Angeles Times

'Hustler Casino Live' ex-employee eludes arrest in theft

Bryan Sagbigsal, 24, is accused of stealing $15,000 in chips from poker player last month. He was fired from the show High Stakes Poker Productions. The show's owner, High stakes Poker, does not intend to pursue a criminal prosecution. The alleged theft of three $5,00 chips was discovered during an internal investigation by the popular YouTube poker show. Poker pro Adelstein lost a $269,k hand to Lew on the September 29 broadcast. She has denied cheating claims.
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'Hustler Casino Live' ex-employee eludes arrest in theft
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UPDATE: California Gambling Bureau Aware of Hustler Casino Live Incident

The California Bureau of Gambling Control is investigating an alleged cheating incident that took place on Hustler Casino Live on September 29. The show will continue to be streamed live on YouTube. On Wednesday night, Hustle Casino will host a $25/50 game with David Tuchman on commentary.
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California Gambling Bureau Approves Hustler Casino Live to Continue Streaming

Robbi Jade Lew cheated Garrett Adelstein out of a six-figure pot on Hustler Casino Live on September 29. The show has continued to stream live-stream on YouTube. A production employee stole $15,000 worth of casino chips from Lew. He was fired, but no charges were filed. Lew has now decided to press charges. Matt Berkey, a poker player, has criticized the decision to continue the show. The CBGC has given the company High Stakes Poker Productions and Hustle Casino full approval to keep streaming during the investigation. They have also been in contact with the casino executives.
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California Gambling Bureau Approves Hustler Casino Live to Continue Streaming