Kenney, Schindler & Imsirovic Arrive at 2022 WSOP Despite Recent Cheating Allegations
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Recent allegations of cheating didn't keep Ali Imsirovic, Jake Schindler, and Bryn Kenney from competing in the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP).
The trio, along with Sergi Reixach, who has been linked to Kenney, took their seats in Event #2: $100,000 High Roller Bounty Tuesday afternoon. All those individuals have been alleged to cheat in online poker games and, in Imsirovic's case, live tournaments. Kenney denied wrongdoing in an April interview with PokerNews.
Facing Some Harsh Accusations
Kenney was accused by Martin Zamani, who provided some additional evidence to PokerNews, of running a poker cheating stable that included collusion, ghosting, and real-time assistance (RTA) use online. Reixach, alleged to have coached some of Kenney's horses, also denied the accusations in a public statement last month.
Imsirovic, the 2021 GPI Player of the Year, was accused of colluding in high rollers by Alex Foxen and others within the poker community. He has yet to publicly deny or fess up to any of the claims made against him.
Those three poker stars all showed up to play in the first open event of the 2022 WSOP, the $100,000 buy-in high roller. Schindler, considered one of the best tournament players in the game, is facing similar accusations as those against Imsirovic. He, like the other three mentioned alleged cheaters, registered for Day 1 of the high roller.
Like Imsirovic, Schindler hasn't given any indication on what he thinks of the cheating allegations. Kenney and Reixach, however, have openly denied most accusations against them.
Imsirovic Playing for a Valuable Cause
The claims against Imsirovic certainly aren't positive, but the Bosnian poker pro announced on Instagram that he has plans to do some good via his 2022 WSOP performance.
Imsirovic vows to donate 50% of his profits to charity in all WSOP events he plays with buy ins under $25,000. He'll give the money, assuming there are profits, to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Imsirovic was the top performer in high rollers in 2021, winning 14 tournaments. As a result, he claimed the GPI and PokerGO Tour Player of the Year awards and cashed for over $6.1 million last year.
All of the aforementioned players were still in it on Day 1 at the time of publishing. Imsirovic's chip stack has fluctuated the most following a fast start.
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- 4 WSOP Transportation Guide: Riding the Las Vegas Strip Monorail
- 5 Let the Games Begin: 2022 WSOP is Officially Underway
- 6 Phil Hellmuth Misses 2022 WSOP Opener After Bout of Traveler's Diarrhea
- 7 Kenney, Schindler & Imsirovic Arrive at 2022 WSOP Despite Recent Cheating Allegations
- 8 Phil Ivey is Back! Poker G.O.A.T. Cashes First 2022 WSOP Event
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- 10 2022 WSOP Featured Females: Katie Kopp Becomes Bally's First-Ever Bracelet Winner
- 11 WSOP Player of the Year Race One Week In: Defending Champ Arieh Off and Running
- 12 ClubGG Offers Bubble Protection For Eight 2022 WSOP Events
- 13 Doyle Brunson Skipping 2022 WSOP Due to COVID-19 Concerns
- 14 Retired NBA Star Paul Pierce Allegedly Won't Pay His Poker Debts
- 15 Scott Seiver Pays $43k to Enter $1k WSOP Event, Fails to Cash
- 16 2022 WSOP Featured Females: Lara Eisenberg Talks Poker's Impact on Dementia
- 17 2022 WSOP Hands of the Week: Depaulo vs. Hellmuth, a Pure One Outer & a Royal Flush
- 18 Reigning World Champ Koray Aldemir Quietly Crushing it at 2022 WSOP
- 19 2022 WSOP Player of the Week 2: Jeremy Ausmus Wins Third Bracelet in 9 Months
- 20 Hellmuth Controversy at WSOP: Poker Brat's Chips Swiped on Break
- 21 Security Mistakenly Tries to Kick Out Neymar Jr. After He Cashes First WSOP Event
- 22 Breaking News: Phil Ivey Closing in on Elusive 11th WSOP Bracelet Tonight
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- 25 WSOP $250,000 Super High Roller Kicks Off; Ivey, Negreanu and Kenney All Enter
- 26 Ali Imsirovic Busts WSOP $250K Super High Roller on Brutal Cooler
- 27 Cruising in the $250k, Is 2022 One of Phil Ivey's Best WSOP's Ever?
- 28 Runner-Runner Bad Beat Tilts Negreanu; Poker Star Out of WSOP $250k
- 29 Navy Vet Reps Military Charity During WSOP Salute to Warriors Event
- 30 2022 WSOP Featured Females: Meet Wendeen Eolis, 1st Woman to Ever Cash Main Event
- 31 Dan Zack Still Leads WSOP POY Race; Ivey, Deeb within Striking Distance
- 32 888poker Pro Ian Simpson Gears Up for 2022 WSOP Main Event
- 33 Poker Players Who Have Defended Their WSOP Bracelet
- 34 How to Make Day 2 of the Million Dollar Bounty
- 35 Poker Player Wins WSOP Main Event Satty in His Sleep...Literally
- 36 Josh Arieh Flushed Out of WSOP Main Event Early; Four Past Champs in Day 1a
- 37 2022 WSOP Hands of the Week: Yuvee Loses $50K to Pair of Deuces; Ivey Hits Ace from Space
- 38 BREAKING: Phil Hellmuth at 2022 WSOP $3,000 NLH Final Table, Chasing 17th Bracelet
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- 40 Barstool Sports' Cracking Aces Podcast Hosts Crush it on Main Event Day 1
- 41 WSOP Main Event Railbird Pays Back Daniel Negreanu Four-Year "Debt"
- 42 Matt Glantz Finds the $1 Million WSOP Bounty
- 43 BREAKING: WSOP Main Event Day 2 Schedule Altered
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- 46 2022 WSOP Player of the Week 5: Jessica Teusl Wins First Bracelet at First WSOP
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- 51 Koray Aldemir: Back-to-Back WSOP Main Event Runs "A Privilege"
- 52 Brutal River! Aces, Queens, & Jacks All In Preflop in WSOP Main Event
- 53 Former World Champ Tom McEvoy Shares his Poker Samadhi Wisdom
- 54 Did Alejandro Lococo Pull Off Best WSOP Main Event Bluff Since Moneymaker?
- 55 The Muck: Did Mike Matusow Really Have a Blow Up in the WSOP Main Event?
- 56 Dan Zack Claims 2022 WSOP Player of the Year Honors
- 57 How Much Money Players at 2022 WSOP Main Event Final Table Really Made
- 58 Espen Jorstad Wins 2022 World Series of Poker Main Event for $10,000,000
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