London authorities are trying to determine if cheating played a role in the American poker star Phil Ivey's recent winning streak at a game called Punto Banco.
A variant of baccarat, the game is a favorite of Ivey, often called the Tiger Woods of Poker for his dominance and resemblance to the golf great.
In August, Ivey, 35, and a companion entered Crockfords in London's fashionable Mayfair district, the city's oldest gambling club and among its most prestigious.
Over the course of two days, the couple played for seven hours, first losing heavily, then winning back their losses plus many millions more - $11.5 million in all.
He's still waiting for the money.