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Man on bail on manslaughter charge won $100K at 2017 WSOP Main Event

Tags: 2017 WSOP, bail, manslaughter, Paul Senat.
Posted on Thursday, August 03, 2017 by "T".

credit: pokernews.comA man from Florida who has been freed on bail on a manslaughter charge with a deadly weapon had actually participated in this year's WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas, and got lucky to have won and collect more than $100K.

According to WSOP records, Paul Senat, age 37, got 70th place in the tournament, earning $101,444 in the Main Event. He was one of the 475 poker players in Florida who have competed in this year's Main Event.

Florida deputies have accused him of taking a man's life inside the premises of a Florida nightclub last April 21. Senat, who is an investor in the said club, has pleaded not guilty to the crime.

According to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office affidavit, Senat is the primary suspect in the fatal shooting of Darryl Rudolph, age 55. The crime occurred inside the Sugar Daddy's Adult Cabaret located in West Palm Beach.

Senat had posted a $35K bond and on April 26 was released from jail. It is unknown whether Senat has been subject to travel restrictions.

The victim, 55-year-old Darryl Rudolph, worked as a handyman at the club and the father of Florida State University football player Travis Rudolph. According to local news reports, the victim suffered severe bleeding from the neck about 9:25pm. The next day, he died.

An arrest affidavit narrated Senat took an AK-47 from a shelf and pulled the trigger, sending a bullet through a wall and into the next room, which unfortunately struck Rudolph. The document said that Senat told police he did not realize he had fired the gun. The police officers said the safety was not engaged.

It was actually his first ever cash at the WSOP in this year's Main Event.

Source:
http://www.cardplayer.com/poker-news/21920-man-who-nearly-made-wsop-final-table-was-out-on-bail-on-manslaughter-charge

 


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9 comments for "Man on bail on manslaughter charge won $100K at 2017 WSOP Main Event"

 doubletop7778/3/2017 7:45:38 AM GMT
If he is out on bail he should be allowed to enter these tournaments and have a chance to win. But, if he is found guilty, i hope that they trow away the key and take all his money off him
 Gerimantas8/3/2017 10:16:30 AM GMT
Yes strange situation here, i don't know really if he is guilty or not, police let him go so they don't think that he did it specially so maybe they see this situation like an accident with no real wish from Senat to do any crime. Still only he himself knows how things really are
 Odysseus1018/3/2017 12:10:48 PM GMT
How newsworthy is this? The guy is in Forida, and is renovating his club, of course there are guns in the club because Murrica, there's an accident because that's what happens when there are guns everyone, and someone died. If he wasn't breaking any of his bail terms by playing in the tournament then let him have his money. He'll lose it all in the civil suit to be brought by the victim's family anyway.
Plus, the club is called "Sugar Daddies Adult Cabaret"? He should be jailed for crimes against good taste.
 perattin8/3/2017 5:52:17 PM GMT
Truly incredible this story of this player who becomes famous in the poker stories of the whole world through the wsop in las vegas, I have always wondered what is true in this news? But evidently they come from reliable sources and must be taken with pliers.-
 pochui8/3/2017 7:43:32 PM GMT
so why this is a problem- dude got involved in a crime, maybe accidentally maybe not, but the police let him free on a bail, so he is all green to take part in this tournament, not breaking any rules or anything like that, and ends up winning cool 100k, probably even funnier would be if he ended up winning the whole tournament.
 pajalnick8/3/2017 8:14:42 PM GMT
In this story there is nothing unusual ... so I think .... if a person was not arrested by a court decision for any crime, then why should not he play poker? ... Of course the fact that the killer played in the tournament a few Unusual, but as I said here there is nothing strange
 Mober8/3/2017 10:51:49 PM GMT
I guess he didnt want to keep a low profile with what has happened.
Bail or not he managed to win some money.
If he was short, now he can use that for his trial.
And i agree with what odysseus said. Bad taste on that name. Smile
 Tony_MON7ANA8/4/2017 2:10:18 AM GMT
I thought if someone is out on a bond, they are allowed to travel to a restricted area within their state. But he traveled from Florida to Nevada without being arrested. This is perhaps an exception to general rule in criminal case.
I can easily visualize the inside of “The Sugar Daddy's Adult Cabaret” strip joint. You will find this type of establishment almost all over the US.
 pajalnick8/4/2017 8:25:26 PM GMT
Posted by Tony_MON7ANA:
I thought if someone is out on a bond, they are allowed to travel to a restricted area within their state. But he traveled from Florida to Nevada without being arrested. This is perhaps an exception to general rule in criminal case.
I can easily visualize the inside of �The Sugar Daddy's Adult Cabaret� strip joint. You will find this type of establishment almost all over the US.

Maybe this person just pulled away from his crime ... in any case, his winnings do not belong to the history of his crime .... just a man in the tournament played but it turned out that he is also a criminal ... as it seems to me it's only a newspaper crime

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