A popular YouTube player and gambling enthusiast claims in a 20-minute video that he is the victim of a scam worth about $100,000.
American streamer Ludwig Anders Ahgren, better known as Ludwig, claims in an August 8 video that another gambler named Grayson Hunter Goss cheated him out of a winning tennis bet of around $100,000.
The 27-year-old esports commentator was the most subscribed on Twitch, eventually reaching a record 280,000 followers. In 2022 he won the “Streamer of the Year” award.
Ludwig claims that he met Gus in person at a casino in Las Vegas and developed a relationship with the 23-year-old. Ludwig, a recreational gambler, was at a loss when Gus convinced him to lend him the money.
The betting arrangement, under which Gus gets a small share of any winnings, began successfully but allegedly went south when Gus Ludwig didn’t pay around $100,000 on a winning tennis bet. It is claimed that Gus had a strong theory about the match and that his intuition paid off. According to Ludwig, who gave Goss about $50,000 to bet, he later found out that Goss didn’t bet all the money and instead used it to play table games.
Ludwig said he got away with Gus before he finally decided he had been cheated, and made the video to warn the others.
Ludwig began the video by noting that he won $400,000 at a high-stakes celebrity poker game in California earlier this year. The game was broadcast at Hustler Casino and featured poker pros Phil Hellmuth and Tom Dwan, as well as YouTube mega star Jimmy’ Mr. Beast ‘Donaldson, famous chess player Alexandra Botez, and fellow player Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins.
juice Twitter account It states that he is also a streamer player. It’s a verified account with nearly 73,000 followers, but it hasn’t posted a tweet since January.
Earlier this summer, Gus was also the subject of Alleged low-stakes poker fraud. Ethan Yao stated that he loaned Gus $1,000 to play. Gus avoided calling for a bit before saying he was robbed and lost all the money.