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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.

The Insiders: Groupe Bernard Tapie Lawyer, Behnam Dayanim

Behnam Dayanim, the U.S.-based lawyer for GBT, discusses the Full Tilt Poker acquisition.

Top 10 Stories of 2011: #1, Black Friday

As 2011 comes to an end, we've decided to take a look back at the Top 10 Stories of the year, concluding with the biggest story of the year: Black Friday.

Top 10 Stories of 2011: #3, PokerStars Back to Business After Black Friday

PokerStars has stepped up to the plate in a big way since it was closed out of the U.S. market by the Department of Justice on April 15, 2011.

Absolute Poker Cofounder Brent Beckley Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charges

On Tuesday, December 20, the Associated Press reported that Brent Beckley, co-founder of Absolute Poker, plead guilty to criminal charges of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and wire fraud

Groupe Bernard Tapie, Full Tilt Poker to Transfer Assets; Apply for Spanish License

A deal has reportedly been reached between Full Tilt Poker and French investment firm Groupe Bernard Tapie to move forward with the sale of the online poker room.

Five Thoughts: It's Never Ending

When will it end? Never, apparently — Jason Mercier is unstoppable right now, and leads this week's Five Thoughts.

AGCC Launches Independent Review of Actions Taken Against Full Tilt Poker

The Alderney Gaming Control Commission will launch an independent external review of its processes leading up to the revocation of licenses owned by Full Tilt Poker.

The Weekly Turbo: Facebook Considers Online Gambling, Barney Frank to Retire, and More

The Weekly Turbo is bringing you the week's top poker news stories including Facebook's plans to offer real-money gambling, Barney Frank's retirement announcement, and more.

The Nightly Turbo: Black Friday Trial, Jesper Hougaard Sponsored by Bet24, and More

Indicted Black Friday principles John Campos and Chad Elie will likely face trial next March.

Full Tilt, PokerStars, & Absolute Get Extension to Respond to Amended Complaint

Full Tilt, PokerStars, & Absolute are granted extensions, have until January 2, 2012 to respond to Amended Complaint.

Howard Lederer & Rafe Furst Follow in Ferguson's Footsteps and File Claims

Both Howard Lederer & Rafe Furst have followed in Chris Ferguson's footsteps and filed claims invoking Supplemental Rules for Admiralty & Maritime Claims.

Five Thoughts: Holy Macau

How do you get Phil Ivey to show his face? Host a super high stakes cash game in Macau.

Black Friday: Ballin' on FTP's Budget

Black Friday meets Black Friday — what would you spend this week with the money Full Tilt Poker owes its players?

Five Thanks: A Holiday Special

Tis the season, so rather than give you Five Thoughts this week, we're offering "Five Thanks."

Groupe Bernard Tapie Signs Deal with DOJ to Acquire Full Tilt Poker for $80 Million

Groupe Bernard Tapie Signs Deal with DOJ to Acquire Full Tilt Poker for $80 million.

Chris Ferguson Responds to Full Tilt Poker Complaint

Chris Ferguson brings Ian J. Imrich on board defense counsel & files documents laying claim to various bank accounts seized by the Department of Justice.