Bill Jordanou, formerly a professional poker player, finally admitted to his part in a $72 million Ponzi scheme. His co-accused, former Scoresby accountant Robert Zaia, also pleaded guilty to his part in the massive fraud, including siphoning about $26 million into his family trust. The scam left a trail of destruction that saw several clients of the accountancy firm lose their homes amid allegations Commonwealth Bank staff were complicit in the fraud.