01/10/2012 05:36 EST | Updated 03/11/2012 05:12 EDT

No bail for 2 of 3 accused in poker star robbery

Two of three people accused of assaulting and robbing former world poker champion, Jonathan Duhamel, have been denied bail.

Bianca Rojas-Latraverse and John-Stephen Clark-Lemay will remain in custody pending their trial after the Quebec court judged they represent a flight risk and danger to public safety.

They both are charged with armed robbery, breaking and entering, forced confinement, assault and conspiracy in connection to a December incident at Duhamel's Boucherville, Que. home on Montreal's South Shore.

A third suspect, Anthony Bourque, was released on bail after the court ruled he does not present a risk to the public.

Bourque faces the same charges as Rojas-Latraverse and Clark-Lemay.

Rojas-Latraverse, Duhamel's ex-girlfriend, is accused of participating in a plot to rob the poker star.

The trio was arrested after a Dec. 21 home invasion at Duhamel's home.

The case is due back in court on February 21st.