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Five Thoughts: Lindgren's Losses, O'Dwyer on Fire, and More

Erick Lindgren allegedly owes over $100,000 in fantasy football debts, and has been begrudgingly paying off a "big figure" since 2005.

Cookie Lazarus Opens Up About Full Tilt Poker, Miriam Foundation & the Montreal Open

Cookie Lazarus talks about the drama surrounding Full Tilt Poker's sponsorship of the Montreal Open, which helped raise money for the Miriam Foundation.

The Nightly Turbo: Black Friday Principal Pleads Guilty, Calvin Ayre Indicted, and More

Black Friday payment processor Ryan Lang pleaded guilty to conspiracy, and Bodog founder Calvin Ayre was indicted by the federal government.

Five Thoughts: Bursting Bubbles

In his first tournament on American soil since Black Friday, Phil Ivey bubbled the LAPC Main Event. How ironic.

Full Tilt Poker Leaves Montreal Open Winners Empty Handed

The far reaching effects of Black Friday have recently crossed the boarder into Canada where Full Tilt Poker’s disappearance has created drama regarding the Montreal Open.

The Nightly Turbo: Payment Processor Hides $51.4M, Mullin Wins UKIPT Galway, and More

An alleged Black Friday payment processor has been accused of hiding $51.4 million, and Iowa discussed an online poker study bill.

Five Thoughts: Online Poker's Riding Back into Town

Online poker legislation leads this week's Five Thoughts, as rumors swirl that the upcoming payroll tax-cut bill will include online gaming.

Everleaf Gaming Network Bans Players from United States and France

The Everleaf Gaming Network has banned players from the United States and France from accessing any of its 100-plus poker skins.

FTP, PokerStars, & Absolute Receive Extensions to Respond to Amended Complaint

Full Tilt, PokerStars, & Absolute are granted extensions, have until March 19, 2012 to respond to Amended Complaint.

DOJ Responds to Elie's & Campos' Motions to Dismiss; Judge Refuses to Dismiss Charges

On Monday, the Department of Justice filed a response to Chad Elie & John Campos' motion to dimiss. The following day, a federal judge refused to dismiss the charges.

PokerNews Exclusive: Barry Greenstein -- I Want to Make it Clear I Owe This Money

Barry Greenstein discusses the recent developments regarding reports that he owes $400,000 to Full Tilt Poker.

Five Thoughts: Ivey No Longer a Fan Favorite?

Since returning to poker, Phil Ivey has become the most polarizing player in the game.

REPORT: Full Tilt Poker, DOJ Agree on Forfeiture Agreement; RICO Suit Dismissed

Full Tilt Poker and the U.S. Department of Justice agree on forfeiture agreement.

Tom "durrrr" Dwan Talks Full Tilt Poker, DOJ, and the Future of Online Poker

PokerNews caught up with Tom "durrrr" Dwan at the 2012 Aussie Millions and talked to him about Full Tilt Poker, the DOJ, and the state of online poker.

Five Thoughts: It's Good to be King

Five Thoughts - Dan Smith won $1 million, Tyron Krost won a golden ticket, James Akenhead won the Sunday Million, and poker was discussed on national radio.

The Weekly Turbo: Zynga Considers Online Gambling, Ira Rubin Pleads Guilty, and More

The Weekly Turbo has the week's top poker news stories including Zynga's sudden interest in real-money online gambling, Black Friday payment processor Ira Rubin's plea agreement, and more.

The Nightly Turbo: Ira Rubin Pleads Guilty, Caby Finds Success with DraftDay, and More

Wondering what Taylor Caby has been up to since Black Friday? Find out in the Nightly Turbo.

Alleged Payment Processor Ira Rubin Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy

On Tuesday, Jan. 17, Ira Rubin pleaded guilty to conspiracy in connection with his alleged role as a payment processor for three offshore online poker sites.

Online Poker: What to Look for in 2012

A look at what could be in store for online poker legislation in 2012.

Where Are They Now: 2007 PCA Champion, Ryan Daut

We caught up with 2007 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure winner, Ryan Daut, to see what he's been up to since his big win and how it changed his life.