|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||Paul Phillips||8/6/03 3:03 PM|
In article <3f3175c5$0$15229$9a6e...@news.newshosting.com>,
Mister Poker <anon...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>Regarding the opportunity to make players whole and choosing not too, I'm
>assuming you are talking about the deal Burton Ritchie made public after I
>criticized Paul Westley. The reason that deal did not go down had a lot
>more to it then a non-compete clause.
The deal in question can be found here. A lot of people may have
Dutch, it would appear from my vantage point that you don't have
You may believe that you have already been judged by rgp, and that's
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||Mister Poker||8/6/03 4:02 PM|
The reason that deal didn't go through was because Golden Palace offered
us 3x times what Burton offered us. I signed the deal and moved to
Montreal to work with them. Four months later they pulled out of the
contract. When they did, I contacted Burton and asked if he was still
interested in doing something. He said he wasn't.
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||Paul Phillips||8/6/03 4:12 PM|
In article <3f31891f$0$15240$9a6e...@news.newshosting.com>,
Hard to tell from here whether the bird in the hand was any more or less
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||AlwaysAware||8/6/03 4:14 PM|
Thank you for your response.
As a law graduate, surely you didn't sign a contract and move to Montreal
Joan>From: "Mister Poker"
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||NWBurbsCouple||8/6/03 5:54 PM|
>he reason that deal didn't go through was because Golden Palace offered
Not a very ironclad contract, eh?
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||Gary Carson||8/6/03 6:08 PM|
On Wed, 06 Aug 2003 22:03:15 GMT, Paul Phillips <rgp...@improving.org>
>In article <3f3175c5$0$15229$9a6e...@news.newshosting.com>,
It really doesn't matter what the deal was. He was using customer
He's a crook. His whole business plan was based on fraud.
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||minus200||8/6/03 7:49 PM|
Must have been some "deal" that you signed. What a bunch of crap. I dont
believe you are a lawyer and doubt seriously if you have ANY degree from a
reputable university. I made a prediction when you had a big stack of chips -- I
said you were a loser and that you would find a way to lose. I wont comment on
your play - just to say if that had worked you would have found another way to
lose. At one time you might have gotten away with some of your yarns. You have
told so many now I dont think you know which are true and which are dreams. You
are a rail bird preying on people who will believe your stories and scams.
Perhaps at one time you had good intentions but you will never have the character
to follow up. You word is no good and you live by the ratchet jaw con that has
gotten your by so far. Believe this, the poker world is not that big -- the
number of suckers are that you may feed on is getting smaller and smaller. By
now I am sure Moneymaker has heard about you and I doubt he would be so polite
Tell us another story about how none of it was your fault and gives us your new
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||Mister Poker||8/6/03 7:46 PM|
The Burton Ritchie deal wasn't "in the hand" anymore or less than the
Golden Palace deal was. In fact, I feel the GP deal was less likely to
fall through given that they have a yearly take of about $50m / year and
all Burton Ritchie had was a couple headshops in Florida.
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||Gary Carson||8/6/03 7:59 PM|
Did they teach you that in law school?
On 07 Aug 2003 02:46:53 GMT, "Mister Poker" <anon...@yahoo.com>
>The Burton Ritchie deal wasn't "in the hand" anymore or less than the
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||NWBurbsCouple||8/7/03 7:04 AM|
I gotta hand it to Dutch Boyd's crew, though. They already have revolutionized
poker. Boyd's boys were pioneers in the art of fleecing online players, and
for that they will go down in poker history like the riverboat conmen and
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||Gary Carson||8/7/03 8:08 AM|
On 07 Aug 2003 14:04:28 GMT, email@example.com
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||CSI Minneapolis||8/7/03 8:43 AM|
I thoroughly agree. Russ "Dutch Boyd" is nothing more than an educated scam
Believe me when our paths cross, which they eventually will he will know it.
He continues to flaunt the fact he bilked 100's of peoples money and will
continue to do so.
I can hardly wait for this new online poker room he is starting. Any idiot
that plays there will need their head examined. Just watch your back Boyd
you are a loser waiting for your last loss to occur.
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||minus200||8/7/03 1:06 PM|
yes - even i will give them that
|pokerspot, dutch boyd, and burton ritchie||Barbara Yoon||8/8/03 8:56 AM|
"Mister Poker" (Russ 'Dutch' Boyd):
Russ...wow...must've been a pretty lousy "deal/contract" that you signed there