Poker Scandals Rife As David "Chino" Rheem Joins Macedo And Qureshi

It seems not a few days go by these days before yet another cheating scandal is exposed on the TwoPlusTwo forum.
First there was this weeks revelation that 18 year-old Portuguese poker pro José “Girah” Macedo had scammed his online friends of $30,000 by effectively super-using their cards.
Next up was the admission by Haseeb “INTERNETPOKERS” Qureshi that he had chip-dumped $100,000 into Macedo’s Lock Poker account, although he denies knowing a high profile competition was taking place at the time which Macedo won before finding himself disqualified.
Now in an intriguing piece posted on the TwoPlusTwo forum entitled ‘Chino Rheem SCUM part two (more scams),’ poker pro and 2011 PCA High Roller champion Will “molswi47” Molson had accused David “Chino” Rheem of turning him over for $40,000.
In his post, Will Molson begins by saying:
“I feel bad that I delayed sharing this story for so long and missed an opportunity to warn others after recently seeing Ben Lamb and others get screwed over by Chino. I am going to try and make this short and to the point.”
Will Molson then goes on to describe how he allegedly lent both  Michael “the Grinder” Mizrachi and David Rheem $20,000 each to buy into the 2010 EPT London. However, a mix-up on the PokerStars transfer meant Rheem and Mizrachi both received $40,000 a piece, which Mizrachi quickly returned after the tournament.
However, despite finishing 3rd in the competition for £94,760 ($148,290), it is claimed David “Chino” Rheem has yet to re-pay the money he borrowed and as Molson wrote:
“After weeks and weeks of trying to get my money I finally get a text from his saying I’m broke and I can’t get you the money…Chino still “owes” me 40k almost a year later.”
Throughout his career, David “Chino” Rheem’s achievements include a WPT title and $4,370,875 in live tournaments earnings. If the allegations against him prove true then he is likely to face increasing hostility from his peers on the poker circuit. 
In the meantime, as one forum member sardonically pointed out:
“Well truthfully better to have Chino owe you 40k than Full Tilt Poker right?”

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