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A 21-Year Old Scotsman Forged His Father's Signature To Play Poker

04.08.2010 | Antoan Tok

A 21-YEAR OLD SCOTSMAN FORGED HIS FATHER'S SIGNATURE TO PLAY POKER

 

 

            A 21-year old Scotsman forged his father's signature on checks worth £24,450 because he wanted to play poker. Blayer Robertson from Gurok, Scotland, found his father's checkbook and used the checks to play poker in several casinos and online. In an interview, he said that he was in his father's company office and he found the checkbook but he didn't expected that he would lose the money. He also said that he hadn't played with more than £1000 at a time.



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