Mike Postle Seeks Dismissal of Involuntary-Bankruptcy Petition

It’s time again for the latest from the Mike Postle saga, where the accused poker cheat and failed libel-case litigant has finally filed a motion to dismiss the involuntary-bankruptcy petition filed against his a couple of months back by Veronica Brill and Todd Witteles. Brill and Witteles were the only two of the 12 defendants …

Players Behaving Badly, Part 1: Brill Interviews Mike Postle’s Ex

Sometimes poker stories are difficult in unexpected ways. One of the most recent examples of this unfortunate truism was the video interview Veronica Brill conducted a week ago with Mike Postle’s former wife, Sabina Johnson. Brill interviewed Johnson way back on Mother’s Day in early May, and it took Brill another four weeks to publish …

Mike Postle Files to Dismiss Libel Lawsuit, Endgame Issues Linger

On April 1, alleged poker cheat Mike Postle filed a voluntary dismissal motion in the Sacramento Superior Court where his $330 million defamation lawsuit was under consideration. The motion means Postle won’t be getting any of that money he might have dreamed of, though it’s not the end of the whole affair. There are still …

Judge Grants Mike Postle Second Continuation in Defamation Lawsuit

Mike Postle, the California poker pro who was sued by nearly 90 other players for allegedly cheating during dozens of livestreamed cash games at Sacramento’s Stones Gambling Hall, has been granted a second continuance in his $330 million defamation lawsuit against a dozen of his most prominent public accusers. Postle received a 33-day continuation until …

Inside Mike Postle’s Defamation Suit Against Accusers

Just when you might have thought the long saga centered on alleged poker cheater Mike Postle had reached its conclusion, it turns out a whole new chapter is being written. Last week, in something of a surprise development, Postle filed a defamation lawsuit against numerous defendants, all of whom accused Postle of cheating via very …

Postle Case Update: 60 Plaintiffs Agree to Settlement

The ongoing saga surrounding alleged poker cheat Mike Postle appears to have reached a formal conclusion in the legal sense, as 60 of the 88 plaintiffs in the California lawsuit originally naming Postle, Sacramento’s Stones Gambling Hall, and Stones employee Justin Kuraitis agreed this week to a settlement with Stones and Kuraitis, the two remaining …