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Tag: 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.

Packing Up to Play Poker: Toronto, Canada

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

NBC Cancels National Heads-Up Poker Championship

NBC's National Heads-Up Poker Championship will not air in 2012.

Tony G Considering Legal Action Against Alderney Gambling Control Commission

Antanas “Tony G” Guoga announces a massive legal action against the AGCC claiming negligence in the handling of their licensee, Full Tilt Poker.

Online Poker Petition Deadline Looms; Poker Players Alliance Urges Players to Sign

Are Americans really more interested in aliens that poker? Seems so. The online poker petition is lagging.

Poker Players Alliance Meets with DOJ Regarding Full Tilt Poker Player Funds

The Poker Players Alliance met with the Department of Justice to stress the importance of American citizens getting back their Full Tilt Poker money.

Commonwealth of Kentucky Files Claim for Indicted Online Poker Domains

The Commonwealth of Kentucky filed a claim for the rights to online poker domain names that were indicted on April 15.

Five Thoughts: Coup d'Tapie

This week, Full Tilt Poker, Groupe Bernie Tapie, the biggest poker event ever, Phil Hellmuth's drafting, and the 2012 PCA schedule are all in our Five Thoughts.

The Nightly Turbo: PokerStars Pro Sued By The Wynn, Campos and Elie Respond, and More

Team PokerStars pro Leo Fernandez cheated the Wynn out of roughly $700,000, and two of the men indicted by the Department of Justice on Black Friday have filed motions to dismiss their charges.

Packing Up to Play Poker: Vancouver, Canada

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

Department of Justice Releases Update Regarding Full Tilt Poker & Player Funds

The United States Department of Justice released an update regarding Full Tilt Poker and the issue of player funds.

Player Reactions to Last Week's Full Tilt Poker Allegations

As Full Tilt Poker became mainstream, front-page news last Tuesday, we took to Twitter and Facebook to gather reactions from players and other members of the poker community.

Alderney Gaming Control Commission Revokes Full Tilt Poker's License (UPDATED)

On Thursday, the Alderney Gaming Control Commission (AGCC) announced that it revoked Full Tilt Poker's gaming license.

Five Thoughts: Department of Justice > Full Tilt Poker

It's all Full Tilt Poker for this week's Five Thoughts: FTP doesn't have the money, the mainstream media is ruthless, Rafe Furst is crying, Phil Ivey is still missing, and Tom Dwan is our hero.

The Nightly Turbo: Full Tilt Poker Statement, Sure Bet Poker Signs Trishelle, and More

Which online poker site has signed Trishelle Cannatella and what did Full Tilt Poker say in its latest statement?

Packing Up to Play: Malta

Still thinking of moving to play online poker? Have you considered Justin Bonomo's newest home?

The Legal Outlook for Full Tilt Poker Featuring Expert Maurice "Mac" VerStandig

In order to get a legal perspective on the Full Tilt situation, PokerNews caught up with Maurice “Mac” VerStandig, an associate from Offit Kurman Attorneys At Law.

Department of Justice's Full Tilt Poker Allegation's Impact on Player Reimbursements

What impact does the Department of Justice's announcement have on player reimbursements?

Department of Justice Issues Warrant In Rem Against Bank Accounts

The Department of Justice issued a warrant in rem to seize five bank accounts earlier this week, including those of Chris Ferguson & Howard Lederer.

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