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Tag: Black Friday

Five Thoughts: Full Tilt Money, Savage's Spine, Another Tournament Overlay, and More

This week's Five Thoughts looks at the Full Tilt Poker repayment process, Matt Savage's sudden hospital trip, and more.

Five Thoughts: Polk Gets Hacked, Galway Falls Short, Steinberg Talks Strat, and More

This week's Five Thoughts takes a look at Doug Polk's hacking incident, the overlay at UKIPT Galway, and more.

U.S. Appeals Court Overrules Decision in Lawrence DiCristina Poker Case

The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the acquittal of Lawrence DiCristina on Tuesday.

Five Thoughts: Bredin Overcomes the Odds, Perkins Tweets, Ivey Acts Goofy, and More

In this week's Five Thoughts we discuss Jonno Bredin's incredible win, Bill Perkins' tweet, Phil Ivey's Vine, and much more.

Cardroom International LLC v. Mark Scheinberg, et. al. (Ferguson, Chris) Lawsuit Tossed

Mac VerStandig takes a look at Order Sustaining Demurrers To Plaintiff's Second Amended Complaint in Cardroom International LLC v. Mark Scheinberg, et. al.

Chad Elie Exclusive, Part 4: Opening up on Twitter, Pleading Guilty and More

Chad Elie fills us in on why he eventually pleaded guilty, his reason for opening up on Twitter, his lawsuit against his former attorney Jeff Ifrah, and his new role in the poker industry as a sponsored pro for Attack Poker.

Chad Elie Exclusive, Part 3: Howard Lederer, The Full Tilt Poker Backlog and More

Part 3 of our exclusive interview with Chad Elie dives into his relationship with Howard Lederer, Full Tilt Poker's massive backlog, why he didn't make their problems public, and a recollection of his arrest on Black Friday.

Five Thoughts: Another Big Main Event, Harwood's Success, the POY Race, and More

This week's Five Thoughts takes a look at the WSOP Main Event, Lonnie Harwood's sick summer, the Player of the Year race, and more.

Chad Elie Exclusive, Part 2: Jeremy Johnson, the Legality of Online Poker Processing and More

In part 2 of our exclusive interview with Chad Elie, Elie opens up about how he kept his processing business transparent and his relationship with PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker.

Chad Elie Exclusive, Part 1: Breaking Down the World of Online Poker Payment Processing

In part 1 of our exclusive four-part interview with infamous poker payment processor, Chad Elie, Elie discusses how relieved he is to be out of prison, how he was introduced in to the world of payment processing and how it's undoubtedly a shady...

A Review of Bet Raise Fold: The Story of Online Poker

A review of Bet Raise Fold: The Story of Online Poker.

All In - The Poker Movie to Make Cable Television Debut on Wednesday, June 5

All In - The Poker Movie is making its cable television broadcast premiere on Wednesday, June 5 on Showtime.

Global Poker Index: Mercier Remains at No. 1; Volpe Joins the Top 10

Jason Mercier remains atop the the Global Poker Index top 300, while Paul Volpe joins the top 10.

Video Blog: PokerNews' Kristy Arnett's First Experience with Ultimate Poker

Kristy Arnett shares her first experiences with Ultimate Poker since online poker made its return to the United States on Tuesday by launching in Nevada.

2012 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Greg Merson

In 2012, Greg Merson won the World Series of Poker Main Event and Player of the Year, and PokerNews looks back on all that he's been through over the past year and a half.

Online Chat: Zachary "zackmorris99" Donovan on his WCOOP & WSOP Circuit Wins

In our latest edition of Online Chat, Zachary "zackmorris99" Donovan talked about his 2012 WCOOP win and capturing his first WSOP Circuit gold ring.

Ray Bitar Pleads Guilty; Sentenced to Time Served and Must Forfeit Assets

Ray Bitar pleads guilty to conspiracy. As part of plea deal her was sentenced to time served and must give up assets.

Update On Government's Appeal in Lawrence DiCristina Case

Matthew Kredell provides an update on the Lawrence DiCristina case that the government is appealing in a federal circuit court.

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