According to the latest report emanating from the Two Plus Two Poker Forum, poker legend Phil Ivey threw a major tantrum while playing craps at the Las Vegas Wynn and then threatened never to return back to the top gambling destination.
Although unsubstantiated at this time, according to poster ‘Check Check Lay’ he and a few friends had just left the Le Reve show at the Wynn when they spotted Phil Ivey at a craps table. After just a few seconds Phil Ivey allegedly got into a heated argument with the floor supervisor and another supervisor over a craps ruling he did not accept.
As ‘Check Check Lay’ explains: “Apparently, the dice rested on the back wall and was called against Ivey. He proceded to yell that hes been playing dice for a long time and has never seen anything that ridiculous. He drops a few F Bombs and strengthens his argument by saying he will never play there ever again. He closes by looking at the supervisor and says “If you see me playing dice here again I’ll Suck your D$@K” then points to another supervisor and says “Your’s too”.
Although not everyone on the forum believes the story, there appears to have been several witnesses to the event at the time including ‘josecuervos’ who claims “it was around 11:00, he was wearing dark sweatpants, black jacket and black designer sneakers.”
Taking up the story, ‘Adam W’ also claims to have witnesses the incident and says:
“I got to play with him for about an hour and we had a huge roll netting him over 3 mill plus!! He was drunk and cool and having a blast high fiving me and others.” After the argument erupted, ‘Adam W’ then states:
“He insta leaves the dice table leaving 645k on the felt to pay off his 500k marker and put the rest in his account…his bro and friend stay back to make sure it was settled.”
“Also at the B earlier he would throw the dice literally into the ceiling and they would land in the middle of the table obv not hitting the back wall like they are supposed to and they kept calling it a roll never giving him a hard time at all.”
The details which appear on the Two Plus Two Poker Forum are quite compelling and if proved to be true will come as a blow to the Las Vegas Wynn, who will not be too pleased to lose one of their biggest celebrities. They might even consider issuing an apology in order to pacify their high-rolling customer.