FILE - This is a Saturday, July, 9, 2005 file photo of Phil Ivey as he waits for the next deal in the World Series of Poker at the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. A casino group has accused U.S. professional poker star Phil Ivey of cheating at baccarat and says the alleged scam means they don't have to pay his claimed multimillion dollar winnings. The Genting Group said in court papers filed Tuesday May 14, 2013 that Ivey and an accomplice used an elaborate scam to run up roughly 7.8 million pounds ($11.9 million) in tainted winnings that will not be honored (AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta, File)

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FILE - This is a Saturday, July,  9, 2005  file photo of Phil Ivey  as he waits for the next deal  in the World Series of Poker at the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.  A casino group has accused U.S. professional poker star Phil Ivey of cheating at baccarat and says the alleged scam means they don't have to pay his claimed multimillion dollar winnings. The Genting Group said in court papers filed Tuesday  May 14, 2013 that Ivey and an accomplice used an elaborate scam to run up roughly 7.8 million pounds ($11.9 million) in tainted winnings that will not be honored (AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta, File)
FILE - This is a Saturday, July, 9, 2005 file photo of Phil Ivey as he waits for the next deal in the World Series of Poker at the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. A casino group has accused U.S. professional poker star Phil Ivey of cheating at baccarat and says the alleged scam means they don't have to pay his claimed multimillion dollar winnings. The Genting Group said in court papers filed Tuesday May 14, 2013 that Ivey and an accomplice used an elaborate scam to run up roughly 7.8 million pounds ($11.9 million) in tainted winnings that will not be honored (AP Photo/Joe Cavaretta, File)
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