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Allegations against Valeriu Coca (pictured) for cheating in the $10,000 Heads-Up event at the World Series of Poker were lodged last month. However, six weeks later, no resolution has been reached, according to WSOP officials. Coca has not been found to have committed any wrongdoing. Seth Palansky, WSOP Vice President for Corporate Communications, told PocketFives on Friday, "The regulators have updated us on their progress. They have made significant progress on the case, but are still awaiting results from the forensics lab used in the city to process all evidence. We aren't sure where th
In breaking news, Valeriu Coca (pictured), the man accused of cheating in the World Series of Poker $10,000 Heads-Up event, will be paid in full for his fifth place finish. WSOP officials posted on Thursday, "Once issues were brought to our attention, we immediately commenced an investigation and worked cooperatively with the Nevada Gaming Control Board. The investigation that was performed has now been completed by all parties." The result of the Nevada Gaming Control Board's investigation: "At this time, the matter is considered closed and the fifth place finisher in Event #10 will now ha