Tuesday, 9 October 2012
Poker pro Vadim Trincher is claiming $6m in damages according to papers filed in a Manhattan court last week. And the cause of this massive claim … mildew.
The former WPT Foxwoods winner and his wife claim that their $5m Trump Tower apartment was damaged by mildew caused by renovations carried out in the apartment above theirs. An apartment that was once owned by Bruce Willis and Demi Moore (they sold up in 2000).The mould allegedly ruined bespoke, silk covered wall coverings valued at $5m as well as a silk carpet worth $150,000. Mrs Trincher also claims that the mould caused a respiratory infection. The lawsuit has been filed against the condominium association and contractor Hunter Roberts Construction.The New York Daily News has more.
The sixth annual edition of Grosvenor Casinos’ Goliath tournament series may have begun last week but players are being advised that there is still time to qualify for seats into its prestigious £120 buy-in main event.
Land-based and online gaming products innovator Scientific Games Corporation is set to run its second annual Shuffle Master Classic event next month offering one lucky poker player the chance to walk away with $100,000 in cash.
Land-based casino operator Estoril Sol has been awarded the first online gaming license for Portugal and has teamed up with platform provider Gaming1 to launch the new EstorilSolCasinos.pt domain.
With 5,000 expected entries, £250,000 guaranteed in prizes and only £120 to play, its no wonder Coventry is the place to be between July 30 and August 7.
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