Poker Argument Leads to Fatal Stabbing

Poker Argument Leads to Fatal Stabbing

Monday, 7 April 2008

Details have emerged this weekend over an incident at an Atlantic City casino will ended up with one man being fatally stabbed. According to reports on majorwager.com, Vicente Perez, a 57-year old man from Georgia, was involved with an argument with

Details have emerged this weekend over an incident at an Atlantic City casino will ended up with one man being fatally stabbed. According to reports on majorwager.com, Vicente Perez, a 57-year old man from Georgia, was involved with an argument with another man at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino. The dispute continued as the two men stepped out of the casino into the parking area, when the argument took a violent turn. An apparent eyewitness at the table believed the argument started because of a dispute with who ought to be sat in a seat at a $1/2 No Limit cash game.
The victim, whose name has not been released until his family have been notified, was pronounced dead at 4.05pm at a hospital in Atlantic City. Perez is being held in custody facing charges of aggravated manslaughter and two weapons charges.



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