Soprano's star Robert Iler was one of many celebrities to play poker in New York's illegal club National CardRoom that was robbed last week (16Jun07).
Witnesses say two armed men robbed the club's "bank" and patrons. The police couldn't find the two gunmen, but arrested Edgar Concepcion, the club's manager, for promoting gambling and possessing bookmaking supplies - according to the New York Daily News.
Other celebrities who frequented the club include baseball player Alex Rodriguez and basketball star Troy Murphy.
National CardRoom reopened earlier this year (07) after the club was raided by police in 2005.
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