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The Lederer Files: Outstanding Member Loans, Groupe Bernard Tapie Complications

Since April 15, 2011, the poker world has waited anxiously to hear from Howard Lederer about the downfall of Full Tilt Poker. That wait is officially over.

In Part 6 of this exclusive interview series with PokerNews.com, Lederer reveals some shocking information about the outstanding loans of some of the owners of Full Tilt Poker. Lederer discloses a mistake made by the company's finance department in which Erick Lindgren received a double-credited $2 million loan. When asked to return the extra $2 million to the company, Lindgren became unreachable. Lederer says the company never received that money.

Lederer also discusses the effect of the DOJ's Amended Complaint on Full Tilt Poker, the complications of the Groupe Bernard Tapie deal, and the emergence of PokerStars as a potential buyer.

Here is Part 6 of The Lederer Files:

Stay tuned to PokerNews.com for the remainder of the exclusive interview series with Lederer. For news, updates, and more follow PokerNews on Twitter and Facebook

Disclaimer: The thoughts and opinions expressed in this interview are those of the interviewee and do not necessarily reflect those of PokerNews.

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