I'm scratching my head... The tough thing for me understand is his action (wager size) on his youtube videos doesn't warrant winning $210K. However, If he is a phony, I don't know how he would be able to get a hold of all that cash he shows...
They sell fake 10k stacks as props online... It is not difficult to show stacks like this. Take a look at the vegasdave post on here. There was a pic of vegasdave showing all of these 10k stacks in front of him as he bragged about how much money he had. Some sharp viewer zoomed in and showed that there were 1 dollar bills inside the stacks...not all 100s as he tried to convey. Lots of scammers out there..
If he did burn 10k, I think that is illegal. It doesn't seem smart to record yourself doing that and then post the video online, especially when you are already an ex-con.
If all the stacks of cash are legit (notice he never fanns the bills out or anything) Who knows where he got the cash. Someone with cash could be involved with him. Who knows, perhaps he saved money from illegal activity.
I love when he talks to dealer's with his leading questions. "Hey, remember when I made that 60k...blah blah blah. What's the dealer going to say? They are just going to go along with whatever He says.
Apparently, one of his followers found a dealer cheating on one hand
14:55 the dealer very clearly deals a second and wins the hand. Feels back of card in shoe. Pushes it up and draws the card below it.
I've seen online dealer errors before, but this is pretty amazing.
To do that deliberately for a $60 bet would be too incredible for words.
Ignore the monkey that's playing and narrating. He's claiming to be counting the game, but that is 5h1t.
I don't know if he got 455-raped when he was in jail, but some cyber criminal is going to tear him a new one some time soon.
Oh yeah, and what kind of blackjackprofessional splits 7s against an 8 with the very last $50 in his account. And who goes all in on a $100 hand with no chips in readiness for a double or split opportunity?
What a ploppie
Then proceeded to "burn" a $10,000 stack in a fire pit. :-)