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Connecticut Poker Player Pleads Guilty to $1M Tax Evasion, Faces Five Years in PrisonWritten by: Devin O’Connor

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A Connecticut poker player and small business owner has pleaded guilty to one count of tax evasion, a charge that carries a maximum imprisonment of up to five years. Guy Smith, 62, of Shelton, waived his right to be indicted last week, and instead admitted his guilt of avoiding taxes on his gambling and business
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