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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.

Where Are They Now: 2005 WSOP Main Event Final Tablist, Aaron Kanter

We caught up with 2005 WSOP final tablist, Aaron Kanter, to see what he's been up to since the poker boom and how the final table changed his life.

The Nightly Turbo: Strip Poker Game in NYC, Matt Glantz Giving Away Money, & More

A group of card players will be participating in a week-long strip poker game in New York City starting on Nov. 12.

DOJ Responds to the Pretrial Motions of Elie & Campos

On Friday, the DOJ had filed a response to the pre-trial motions of Chad Elie & John Campos, two of the men indicted on Black Friday.

Packing Up to Play Poker: Playa del Carmen

Thinking of moving from the U.S. to continue to play online poker?

The Nightly Turbo: Updated November Nine Odds, Black Friday Bank Shut Down, and More

The World Series of Poker Main Event is down to three players, and the odds in Vegas have changed to reflect the massive chip lead by Pius Heinz.

Does PartyPoker's Withdrawal from the U.S. in 2006 Now Make Sense?

A look at the state of online poker in the United States and why PartyPoker's withdrawal in 2006 now makes sense.

Bruce Buffer Talks Full Tilt Poker, 2011 World Series of Poker November Nine & More

UFC personality and celebrity poker enthusiast Bruce Buffer talks about the game, the upcoming November Nine, and provides his thoughts on Full Tilt Poker.

Groupe Bernard Tapie Reaches Deal with U.S. Department of Justice

Groupe Bernard Tapie and the U.S. Department of Justice have reportedly come to an agreement that could ultimately allow for the repayment of players at Full Tilt Poker.

Seat Open with Angel Guillen Part Two

In part two of this series, Mexican Team PokerStars Pro Angel Guillen opens up about his life on the road, playing poker in Mexico and Black Friday.

CEREUS Network Submits Plan to Reimburse Players

The Kahnawake Gaming Commission released a statement saying that the CEREUS Network has submitted a plan to the U.S. Department of Justice to allow the reimbursement of all of players.

The Nightly Turbo: Layoffs at Pocket Kings Ltd., Tom McEvoy's Game Face, and More

An estimated 180 employees at Pocket Kings Ltd. were laid off last week, and former Team PokerStars Pro member Tom McEvoy has a new online poker home.