A flashy poker-promoting punk linked to organized crime was sentenced Monday to a year and a day behind bars.
Isok Aronov, 33, helped operate a high-stakes Coney Island gambling den decked out with a professional poker table, an electronic gambling game, a lounge and massage girls who gave players back and shoulder rubs.
Brooklyn federal prosecutors said Aronov and the others running the spot were hooked up with an Eastern European crime ring known as the Thieves in Law.
In April, Aronov entered a guilty plea related to his gambling debt collection tactics. Judge Brian Cogan imposed the sentence Monday.