Mike Matusow and His Brother Have Major Falling Out

I use Google Reader and I follow Mike’s brother’s site called the Matasow Truth Blog and was a little surprised to find this post on the site.

I know longer work for Mike this site will be changed

to the title of the site. “Matusow truth” in which the general public will have access to know the real truth about my brother, the kind of human being he really is.

to start, on myspace, he never answered any mails, that was me the whole time, he doesn’t care about the fans at all. also posting here, he never did, that was me here and using his id as well. when and if you see him live and he does an autograph, its soley for his image..

Mike his whole life trusts and listens to strangers, Mike as well is not telling you the truth about allot of things about his personal life and his legal problems. Mike was guilty as guilty comes, and would of gone to prison for many years if he didn’t take the deal offered to him.

But this is typical story of people who think more of themselves than they are.

at this time, Mike is once again in debt from online poker. Mike cares for no one and nothing and doesn’t even care about himself. many of you think he is a person to model your life after, he is not.

There will be more to come. I want or have nothing to do with Mike anymore, our parents want nothing to do with Mike as well.

sad story, but people need to be aware, he is not cool, or nice, its an act. and in my opinion the reason he runs so bad = “bad karma”

more to come later

The post was at:


It appears that he has pulled the page and it gives a 404 error but i still have the post in Google Reader. I don’t know if this was actually posted by Scott Matusow or some hacker but it seems like something weird is going on.

Bill Rini
Bill Rini is currently the Head of Online Poker for WSOP. He has been working in the online poker industry since 2004 and has held management roles at Full Tilt Poker and PartyPoker.

2 thoughts on “Mike Matusow and His Brother Have Major Falling Out”

  1. Hi Bill,

    I really enjoy reading the content of your blog, so much so that I added your RSS feed to my little poker blog site. I recently heard on TV (during the WSOP Horse event) that Mike has a $100,000 dollar bet to lose weight. I wish him well in that endeavor. Any idea on his progress with this?

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