Card Maker in Phil Ivey Edge Sorting Case Held Liable…for $27

When Phil Ivey walked into the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City six years ago with winning on his mind and edge sorting in his toolkit, was he taking advantage of a flaw that the playing card manufacturer should have know about? That's the question that was put forth to U.S. District Court Judge Noel Hillman.…

Judge Sides with Borgata in Phil Ivey Edge Sorting Case

Phil Ivey has been ordered to pay back $10.1 million he won from the Borgata Casino in 2012 while using an advantage play method known as, "edge sorting." U.S. District Judge Noel Hillman ruled that Ivey's methods violated the New Jersey Gaming Control Act which made the massive roll illegal. Ivey will not, however, be…