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Securities fraudster knows when to hold 'em -- he hopes by Justin McLachlan | <script type=text/javascript> /* */ 2 days ago Poker pro and former stockbroker Samuel McMaster Jr. pleaded guilty to 26 counts of securities fraud earlier this month in exchange for a chance to win his freedom, literally. A prosecutor in Arizona agreed that if McMaster could win enough money playing poker to pay back his victims, they won't press for prison time. "McMaster has to make restitution payments of $7,500 a month for the next six months while he throws card in tournaments. If he's not able to prove he's got the poker skills he needs to make $440K, he'll be back before the judge and off to jail he goes," Kashmir Hill, at Above the Law, says. Prosecutors say McMaster sold half a million dollars in worthless promissory notes to unsuspecting investors, some who lost their life savings in the scam. [/url]http://sharesleuth.com/dailynotes/2010/08/...em----he-hopes/ABC news storyHendon Mob info
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This also has been posted numerous times. I wouldn't be surprised if all the other topics didn't have typos as well.
I was referring to a typo in the first thread about it.
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Join me in my new venture by purchasing 13.5% Prom Notes for my new corporation, Jedi Mind Tricks, Inc. We are a TSX Venture Exchange listed company <hand gesture> and our holdings are pan-global <jedi wink>. Send me a PM with your bank account info and passwords and we'll get this baby rolling! <Jedi head tilt>

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This also has been posted numerous times. I wouldn't be surprised if all the other topics didn't have typos as well.
I for one feel this thread title was the best one so far though.
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