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Daniel Tzvetkoff To Testify in Poker Trial Next Month

Rogue Payment Processor Will Appear For Prosecution in Trial of Chad Elie and John Campos

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Daniel TzvetkoffThe Australian payment processor at the centre of the Black Friday online poker indictments, Daniel Tzvetkoff, will appear as a witness for the prosecution at next month’s trail of his former business partners Chad Elie and Utah banker John Campos.

Elie and Campos go on trial in New York on April 9 accused of a variety of offences including conspiring to commit bank fraud and money laundering. They face up to 85 and 35 years in prison respectively if found guilty.

Twenty-nine year old Tzvetkoff was arrested in Las Vegas in 2010 and faced 75 years in prison for processing an estimated $1 million in online poker transactions through his company Intabill before agreeing to cooperate with the prosecution.

The Brisbane Times reports that Tzvetkoff has handed more than 90,000 documents over to prosecutors including confidential emails.

 
 
 
 

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KS
over 2 years ago

$1 million? Also, according to Wikipedia, Tzvetkoff was born in October 1983 - 28 years old?

 
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