Online Poker

Daniel Tzvetkoff Book in the Works?

by Jeremy

When the name Daniel Tzvetkoff comes up in the online poker community, thief and snitch are just a couple of thoughts that surface in most people’s minds. After all, the Intabill founder not only stole millions of dollars from poker sites like PokerStars and Full Tilt, but he also helped the US Department of Justice take down several key online poker figures.

Apparently, this type of stuff translates well into the book market because an author hit up TwoPlusTwo in search of info on Tzvetkoff. The poster (JHL27) is going to be writing a book on Daniel Tzvetkoff and the rise and fall of online poker. He posted the following at TwoPlusTwo:

I’m a professional author from the UK who has recently been commissioned by Simon and Schuster to write a book on Daniel Tzvetkoff and the rise and fall of online poker. I know there has been plenty said about Tzvetkoff but for those who aren’t sure who he is this article pretty much covers it:

http://afr.com/p/poker_liar_BLKwyaaLhgv3ZdEFS59tBM

Anyway, I was wondering if there was anyone on this forum who had any dealings with Tzvetkoff or with his company Intabill and would be willing to share their experiences with me?

I would also be interested in hearing from online players who treated poker as a full time job and have subsequently suffered as a result of Black Friday.

My research is still in the very early stages so I’m sure I will have plenty more questions as I go on but I would be most grateful for any help that the online poker community could give me.

So far, there’s been no serious responses to this inquiry, but the thread is relatively new, so hopefully we see a few good stories come out of this. Furthermore, let’s hope that the book does get written because it could offer some interesting material.

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