Based on the number of accounts a cheater still has entered into a tournament and the number of tables, we can calculate the probability that two or more accounts are seated at the same table. This is based on the same math as the classic prop bet about how many people need to be in a room before two people are better than even money to have the same birthday?" (answer: 23) For simplicity the odds of a player landing at a table are considered to be ( 1 / # of tables) and are not adjusted for already seated players. For practical and illustrative purposes they should be close enough except, perhaps, at the extremes.