Poker King Wins In Tax Court

A champion poker player beat the Canada Revenue Agency in Tax Court. A judge has ruled Jonathan Duhamel, first Canadian to win the World Series of Poker, did not have to declare winnings as taxable business income: “The ability to produce a gain in the game of poker is unpredictable.”

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