|I have played in several casino run sit n' go's and have won and come in 2nd. Every time we made a deal. Some hosts paid us acco paid us according to the deal while others wanted a winner.
Posted: 3/19/2011 8:18:53 PM
My question is, at something like the WPT or WSOP, when players make deals and then go on to win televised events (where there is an actual 1st place winner), does the tournament honor the deal? Would they even be aware of such a deal?
I don't think it's in the WSOP Main Event best interest to allow a 10 way chop and have it hit the blogs the next day resulting in a fake 'champion'.
So if the tournaments, where hundreds of thousands, or even millions need to divided up among dealmakers, does it end up being the players or the casino's responsibility?
I sure as hell wouldn't want to trust another person to give me 50K of a 300K chop if the casino ended up giving him 200K of the 300K when he took 1st after we played it out for standings/TV.
Anyone have any knowledge about this?