Ali Imsirovic made the headlines last year following reports he was banned by GGPoker alongside fellow poker pro Jake Schindler for using real-time assistance (RTA).

Imsirovic Still Cheating 

Imsirovic and Schindler were subsequently barred from joining PokerGO Tour (PGT) events, and there have been rumors the pair is also not welcome at other major tournaments. 

But Imsirovic isn’t ready to give up his old ways, according to several pros who believe the Bosnian-American poker pro is still at. His dirty tricks have allegedly now made their way to other online poker platforms, particularly unregulated sites such as Americas Cardroom (ACR). 

Imsirovic is accused of recruiting other players to join him in his illegal practices, with Matt Berkey saying the alleged poker cheat operates a cheating stable.

Phil Nagy Steps Up to the Plate 

The reports have come to the attention of ACR CEO Phil Nagy and he is offering a $100,000 bounty to anyone who can provide evidence that the high-stakes pro is running an online poker cheating ring. Nagy earned praise from the poker community for offering the reward.

Since the allegations against him broke out, Imsirovic has stayed silent and has not publicly admitted or denied the cheating claims.