Spent a few hours going down this wormhole. It's pretty obvious based on the dozens of hands provided that he knew what his insured's hole cards were.
Listened to the Mike Matusow interview and the most glaring point is that he didn't immediately refute the allegations and had lines like 'some of the things said about me online are simply not true'. If someone accused me of cheating and I was innocent I'd come out all guns blazing and be taking immediate legal action for libel.
Additionally for a guy who wants to by his own admission stay under the radar and not be well known turning up to a poker hall and only playing when the stream is running is pretty damning. Poker players are degenerates, if I was making $1000 an hour like Mike Postle I'd be wearing adult diapers and sleeping in my chair, not leaving as soon as the stream finishes each and every session.
The unfortunate thing about all this is that if someone at Stones was involved then all electrinic/software/hardware evidence of this could of already been vanished.
Postle might never face punishment for this, just never be allowed to play in a US casino again