October 21st, New York, NY – As reported in Page Six of the New York Post, Robert Iler from the hit show Sopranos on HBO, was almost busted by the law once again. This time for being in an illegal poker room on the upper east side of New York called the Ace Point Backgammon Club & Chess Studio.
Iler entered the poker room only to find the police already breaking up the club. Iler and about 30 other poker players were eventually let go after having their ID’s run for outstanding warrants.
Iller’s late night venture in Manhattan has inspired executives at BetCRIS.com to offer the young Sopranos star an exclusive account of $3,000 to play at home and out of trouble.
“We hope that by offering Robert Iler an account to play at BetCRIS.com, he’ll be able to keep himself from having more run-ins with the law,” said Mickey Richardson, CEO of BetCRIS.com. “The Sopranos is one of my favorite shows and I’d hate to see them lose Anthony Soprano Jr. because of something like this.”