Getting back to ed's points, which I really think are fairly uncontroversial. The two main points I see are these.
1. Players will know the general quality of their internet. It's not like they're using it for the first time when they play WGT. It's unlikely they'll be making high wagers when they know their internet is weak or will have a poor connection. Yes, it can happen occasionally. No one disputes that. It's when it appears to happen consistently that raises questions.
And, as an aside, I've played the game without issue using cellphone data that was relatively slow and had no issues.
2. The players' internet issues appear to be strategic and convenient for the player, occurring at the end of the round and not before.
When one sees clear patterns, noting it looks very suspicious is a reasonable suggestion. That's especially so because he acknowledges "there could be an innocent explanation."
Again, given the knowledge of the person, have to say the pushback on what he wrote seems a bit baffling to me. But I'm easily baffled. Going through my day, I often think...