poker player arrested in San Antonio

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It'll be interesting to see how this one turns out...

They referred to his residence as the "nerve center" of a suspected Internet gambling operation, and police confiscated a money-counting machine, five Lexus cars, plasma screen TVs and a large amount of cash.

Richard Lee finished in sixth place at the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event. He won a prize worth $2,803,851. He is a 55 year old investor from San Antonio, Texas originally from Honolulu, Hawaii. This is Richard's second straight year playing at the World Series of Poker. This was his first time to cash and first time ever to make it to a final table. His best poker finish was 12th place at the 2005 Grand Slam of Poker which was held in Los Angeles.

If this guy is an (ex?)investor, why would he have large amounts of cash in his house? Something smells fishy here...Especially with them finding a cash counting machine. The average person wouldn't need such a thing, assuming it's not one of those coin counting

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