June 26, 2023 Poker Gossip, Featured Articles, Poker News Lars Liedtke

Ali Imsirovic Admits Cheating, But Only Tells Half the Truth

After more than 3 years of accusations Ali Imsirovic has finally admitted cheating. However, he still only tells half the truth in a dubious video statement causing a stir and disbelief throughout the poker world.

Ali Imsirovic has uploaded a 28-minute video to YouTube admittinig cheating in high stakes poker games online and you can watch it below.

The Bosnian-American came cleaning about multi-accounting but still RTA use claiming that it is nearly impossible to have accurate sims on hand for most spots in tournament poker due to constant fluctuation of stack sizes.

Ali Imsirovic kicked off his statement by admitting that during the early months of 2020 he was multi-accounting on GGPoker in high stakes tournaments.

This was during the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic and Imsirovic says that the games were insanely good.

After four to five months, he said that he felt bad about his behaviour and stopped playing on anonymous accounts but added that these games were still shady with card sharing going on and players working as teams.

Even so, Imsirovic offers no excuses for what he did.

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In August 2020, Ali Imsirovic’s time at Daniel Negreanu publicly claimed that Ali Imsirovic was still cheating and even boasting about it to his friends.

We expect more stories to be shared on social media over the coming days. This is far from over, sincere apology or not.

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