It seems that Chino Rheem is owing money to a lot of people. One of them is poker player Will Molson who spoked about the situation. Molson transferred last year to Rheem and Michael Mizrachi $20,000 to buy into the EPT London High Roller.
Finally they received $40,000 each because of a mix up in PokerStars. Mizrachi paid back the money shortly after but Rheem still hasn't even after he doubled his money at the EPT London High Roller. It seems that Rheem also owes money to Tom Dwan and Joseph Cheong. Molson tried for weeks to get his money back, but after a while received a message from Rheem saying that he is broke and he cannot return the money.
Now David “Chino” Rheem is facing very serious allegations of fraud. Cheong said: "I also don't want anyone else getting scammed, so I'll say this: he has also scammed me for $40k and I know others in the same spot." Here you have the declaration.
Molson also spoked about the Epic Poker League's final table where Rheem has already guaranteed a minimum payout of $107,000.