Brad Booth is the latest poker player to be accused of borrowing money and skipping town after Douglas “WCGRider” Polk started a thread on TwoPlusTwo. Polk apparently met Booth through a mutual friend and loaned him USD $13,000, which Booth paid back in full, but then lent him USD $30,000 of which Booth allegedly paid back only USD $2200 before doing the runner and changing his phone number.
Booth, whose money troubles possibly started when he became a victim of the UB superuser scandal, was recently in the news accusing Phil Hellmuth of having some explaining to do over the scam. Now Polk is threatening to release the text message log between him and Booth over the loaned money if Booth doesn’t contact him shortly.
See the full thread on TwoPlusTwo for more.
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