Tobey Maguire has denied any wrong doing in a poker case.

Robert Barta, attorney for the 'Spider-Man' star - who is being sued for more than $300,000 by a group of investors who claim hedge fund manager Bradley Ruderman squandered $300,000 of their money to the actor during The Games - denies Tobey did anything wrong in The Matches.

But he said if a court rules Tobey has to pay back his winnings he should be credited for nearly $170,000 he lost to Ruderman.

Ruderman lost $25 million of investor money on Texas Hold 'Em poker matches held at upscale Beverly Hills hotels and is currently sentenced to 10 years in prison.

It was recently reported Leonardo Dicaprio, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck took part in some of the games, but they are not involved in court action.

The lawsuit had revealed: "As part of the scheme, funds invested in [Ruderman] were transferred to persons such as defendant [Maguire] who received the funds on account of Ruderman's gambling losses and on account of defendant's gambling winnings."