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Ray Bitar to Plead Guilty, Awaits Heart Transplant

According to the Wall Street Journal, Ray Bitar will plead guilty, citing the need for an immediate heart transplant.

Five Thoughts: Raymer's Arrest, Volpe's Million, Visser's Victory, and More

Why we shouldn't be chastising Greg Raymer for his arrest, and why Paul Volpe would be stop following the circuit if online poker returned to the United States tomorrow.

Five Thoughts: If You Can’t Beat Them, Call Them a Business Built on Deceit

The American Gaming Association's desperate attempt to ban PokerStars from re-entering the U.S. market.

Chris Ferguson Settlement With Southern District of NY Approved by Judge Kimba Wood

Chris Ferguson files for a settlement with the Southern District of New York.

Five Thoughts: Team Germany, Negreanu's Good Heart, and More

Team Germany is taking over the poker world, Daniel Negreanu is in a giving mood, and more.

The Nightly Turbo: Tom Dwan Profits $1.2 Million at Full Tilt Poker, WSOPC Hits Colorado

A look at the day's top poker stories including Tom Dwan's marathon session at Full Tilt Poker, a new stop for the World Series of Poker Circuit, and more.

Online Chat: Casey "bigdogpckt5s" Jarzabek on Back-to-Back Sunday Million Final Tables

In the latest edition of Online Chat, Casey "bigdogpckt5s" Jarzabek talks his start in poker, Black Friday & making back-to-back Sunday Million final tables.

Analyzing the NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship List

Analyzing the list of entrants for the 2013 NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship.

Top 10 Stories of 2012: #1, PokerStars Acquires Assets of Full Tilt Poker

PokerNews' No. 1 story of 2012 is PokerStars' deal with the Department of Justice to acquire the assets of Full Tilt Poker.

Top 10 Stories of 2012: #3, Howard Lederer Breaks Year-Long Silence in the Lederer Files

After more than a year of silence, Howard Lederer spoke for the first time this past September in the renowned Lederer Files interview series with PokerNews.

Top 10 Stories of 2012: #4, The Big One for One Drop

The $1 million Big One for One Drop was the largest buy-in poker tournament in history, landing it as #4 on our Top 10 list.

Howard Lederer Settles Civil Case With Southern District of New York

Former Full Tilt Poker board member Howard Lederer settled his civil case with the Southern District of New York.

Report: PokerStars Interested in Purchasing Atlantic City Casino to Reenter U.S.

According to the Wall Street Journal, PokerStars is interested in purchasing a casino in Atlantic City with intentions of re-entering the U.S. online poker market.

Five Thoughts: Multiple Reentries at the Bellagio

Should the Bellagio have allowed multiple re-entries for the WPT Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic?

Rafe Furst Settles Black Friday Civil Case with Department of Justice

Former Full Tilt Poker board member Rafe Furst has settled with the with the U.S. Attorney's Office regarding the civil money laundering and forfeiture case bright against him.

The Nightly Turbo: Chad Elie's Black Friday Story, Tony G and Manchester United, & More

Former online poker payment processor Chad Elie gave his side of the story about Black Friday, and Tony G gave poker lessons to six Manchester United soccer players.

Katie “hotjenny314” Dozier Relocates to Continue Online Poker Career

Katie “hotjenny314” Dozier of The Grindettes talks about her start in online poker, writing poker books, and relocation to Mexico.

The Nightly Turbo: U.S. Poker Players Receive Bad News, Jake Cody Leaves PKR, and More

The PPA says that the Department of Justice is "a long way away" from repaying Full Tilt Poker's US customers, and Jake Cody is no longer a member of Team PKR Pro.

John Pappas Says U.S. FTP Player Remission Process Won't be a "Speedy Process"

John Pappas talks about his meeting regarding the repayment of U.S. Full Tilt Poker Funds with the Department of Justice.

Poker Players Alliance: Repayment of Full Tilt Poker's U.S. Players a "Long Way Away"

After meeting with the Department of Justice on Nov. 13, the Poker Players Alliance said that the repayment of Full Tilt Poker;s U.S. customers is "a long way away."