Mike Postle Told “That’s for All the Cheating You Do” as Slow-Rolled in Beau Rivage Main Event

  • Postle exited the Beau Rivage Main Event in seventh after a slow roll by his opponent, Brock Gary
  • A Facebook video of the hand showed an onlooker jibing: “That’s for all the cheating you do”
  • Poker pro Veronica Brill accused Postle of cheating in a live-streamed poker game in 2019
Mike Postle
In a moment that many in the poker community will consider just deserts, Mike Postle (pictured right) bowed out of the Beau Rivage Main Event this week at the hands of a slow roll by his opponent. [Image: Gulf Coast Poker.NET Facebook]

Twisting the knife

Alleged poker cheat Mike Postle played his first tournament in more than three years this week, and his exit from the competition was one he might want to forget.

As seen in a video posted on the Gulf Coast Poker.NET Facebook page, Postle bowed out at the hands of a slow roll in Monday’s Million Dollar Heater Main Event at the Beau Rivage Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. With his seventh-place finish confirmed, an onlooker in the video added insult to injury by jibing: “That’s for all the cheating you do.”

went into the tank for around 30 seconds with top set facing an all-in wager

His opponent in the final hand, Brock Gary, went into the tank for around 30 seconds with top set facing an all-in wager. Postle’s over pair ultimately proved no match when Gary did eventually call, sending the controversial American home early, although he did net himself around $30,000, according to Hendon Mob data.

Postle first hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons in 2019 when Veronica Brill accused him of cheating in a low-stakes live-streamed poker game. Postle subsequently filed a $330m defamation case against Brill and another accuser Todd Witteles, who later both won anti-SLAPP lawsuits against Postle.