Alleged cheater Bryn Kenney is to appear on Joe Ingram’s Poker Life Podcast to face a grilling over his alleged role in the recent high-stakes cheating scandal. The former live tournament all-time earnings king is under pressure to explain himself more thoroughly than he did in the “soft” interview with PokerNews.
The next guest on my Poker Life podcast will be @BrynKenney
What questions should I ask him??
— Joey Ingram #passion🐉 (@Joeingram1) August 24, 2022
The accusations against Bryn Kenney are numerous and serious in nature. For the record the American denies all charges laid at his door and for unknown reasons is now ready to face a much more hard-hitting interview with tougher questions.
Bryn Kenney’s role in the scandal relates to his forcing of collusion between members of his stable, coupled with general mistreatment in the most bizarre ways.
Stable member Martin Zamani was the first to blow the whistle on Kenney.
“Since we are in the midst of calling out cheaters @BrynKenney and all his horses are basically forced to collude on GG esp in satties. “ do what’s best for the team” he wouldn’t let me play GG 5k plo events on my account but on party I could play 10Ks if said horse ghost was.”
He later sat through a long interview with Doug Polk to dish out all the juicy details.
What Should Joe Ingram Ask Bryn Kenney?
Joe Ingram opened up a Twitter thread to put it to the fans exactly what questions Bryn Kenney should face. Amazingly, Kenney jumped straight in and started answering some right there and then as the suggestions came in.
Twitch stream Kevin Martin dived straight in and demanded an explanation about the alleged collusion in online satellites.
Couldn’t be farther from the truth, the accounts that were named were all huge losers and he was just spouting off names. Never in my life have I endorsed colluding in any way or been a part of it
— Bryn Kenney (@BrynKenney) August 24, 2022
People were even—maybe half-jokingly—asking Kenney to stop and wait until the interview to make it more interesting.
Joshua Arieh brought up Kenney’s affiliation with soon-to-launch poker site 4Poker and suggested that a “super-user” type ability could be an issue.
“As someone who has, at minimum, bent the rules of ethics and done numerous shady things, why should we trust that he has decided to raise his morals and not have a Russ Hamilton ‘godmode’ capability?”
Kenney responded by challenging Arieh to give details about the “numerous shady things”.
“disagree with this statement, happy to hear about these numerous shady things that I’ve done at a minimum and then some proof or people who can say its true, I’ve staked 100s of people in my career so has to be a few to say I did something if true?”
We look forward to hearing Joe Ingram put Kenney through the mill with some tough questions and strong follow-ups when he feels that enough of an explanation has not been given.
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