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January 27, 2022

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As part of an internal affairs investigation, the partypoker net raid was carried out at roughly 1:30 in the morning. Police handed out six criminal summonses and confiscated $4,600. According to police department spokesman, Matt Jablow, there was sufficient evidence that illegal gambling was occurring. "We began this investigation when we received a tip that Officer Mengel was involved in illegal gambling," Jablow said in a recent Baltimore Sun article. Police refused to disclose further details of the raid or the partypoker people involved. According to Jablow, Mengel and the other players are facing two gambling charges; one carries a penalty of up to two years in prison and $1,000 fine. The other charge has a penalty of up to two years in prison and $100 fine. Unlike the recent raid that netted 80 partypoker net players in South Baltimore last week, this bust was specifically focused on Mengel and the other players. After receiving a tip, the department's internal affairs and vice detectives began an investigation.

Hector Munoz-Avila, assistant partypoker professor of computer science and engineering, said the donated software will be used in "Artificial Intelligence: Game Programming," a course offered last fall for the first time that will be taught again next fall. The goal of the partypoker net students using the donated software in the new class, which Munoz-Avila teaches, will be to make better, more challenging computer games that adapt to a player's behavior, style and level of skill.