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Tag: Black Friday

Online Chat: Thiago "XTheDecanoX" Nishijima

In our inaugural "Online Chat," Brazilian online pro Thiago "XTheDecanoX" Nishijima talks about his start in poker, winning UBOC before Black Friday & more.

The Nightly Turbo: Phil Gordon's New Online Venture, Elie and Campos Guilty, and More

Two Black Friday defendants pleaded guilty to separate charges, and Phil Gordon is receiving funding for a new online gaming venture.

Five Thoughts: All In — The Poker Movie Review, Negreanu's Ban and More

All In: The Poker Movie debuted this past weekend, we review the film and discuss Negreanu's ban in this week's Five Thoughts.

Report: Black Friday Principal John Campos Pleads Guilty to Misdemeanor Charge

Black Friday defendant John Campos has reportedly pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor charge.

AGCC Publishes External Review of Actions Taken Against Full Tilt Poker

The Alderney Gaming Control Commission (AGCC) published an external review of the actions taken against Full Tilt Poker.

Black Friday Defendant Chad Elie Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy

Chad Elie, one of the 11 men indicted by the Department of Justice on Black Friday, pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit bank fraud and operating an illegal gambling business.

The Nightly Turbo: U.K. Adjusts Gambling Tax, "ElkY" Joins Premier League V, and More

U.K. chancellor George Osborne plans to change the country's gambling tax, and Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier has joined the PartyPoker Premier League V lineup.

Online Poker Payment Processor Daniel Tzvetkoff to Testify in Black Friday Trial

Daniel Tzvetkoff will testify in the trial of Black Friday defendants John Campos and Chad Elie on April 9 in New York.

Judge Postpones Acceptance of Plea Agreement in Campos Case

U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan has refused to accept the plea agreement with John Campos until the prosecution explains their reasoning.

The Insiders: WSOP's Ty Stewart on Online Poker Legislation, WSOP Asia Pacific, and More

World Series of Poker Executive Director Ty Stewart talks about how legalized online poker would affect the WSOP, and the possibility of the WSOP series in the Asia Pacific Region.

UK Private Equity Firm Interested in Full Tilt Poker

According to the iGaming Post, a UK private equity firm may be interested in acquiring Full Tilt Poker (FTP) if the current deal with Groupe Bernard Tapie falls through.

Ray Bitar Apologizes; GBT Lawyer Behnam Dayanim "Reasonably Optimistic"

Ray Bitar and GBT Lawyer Behnam Dayanim talk about Full Tilt Poker.

Five Thoughts: Lindgren's Losses, O'Dwyer on Fire, and More

Erick Lindgren allegedly owes over $100,000 in fantasy football debts, and has been begrudgingly paying off a "big figure" since 2005.

Cookie Lazarus Opens Up About Full Tilt Poker, Miriam Foundation & the Montreal Open

Cookie Lazarus talks about the drama surrounding Full Tilt Poker's sponsorship of the Montreal Open, which helped raise money for the Miriam Foundation.

The Nightly Turbo: Black Friday Principal Pleads Guilty, Calvin Ayre Indicted, and More

Black Friday payment processor Ryan Lang pleaded guilty to conspiracy, and Bodog founder Calvin Ayre was indicted by the federal government.

Five Thoughts: Bursting Bubbles

In his first tournament on American soil since Black Friday, Phil Ivey bubbled the LAPC Main Event. How ironic.

Full Tilt Poker Leaves Montreal Open Winners Empty Handed

The far reaching effects of Black Friday have recently crossed the boarder into Canada where Full Tilt Poker’s disappearance has created drama regarding the Montreal Open.

The Nightly Turbo: Payment Processor Hides $51.4M, Mullin Wins UKIPT Galway, and More

An alleged Black Friday payment processor has been accused of hiding $51.4 million, and Iowa discussed an online poker study bill.

Five Thoughts: Online Poker's Riding Back into Town

Online poker legislation leads this week's Five Thoughts, as rumors swirl that the upcoming payroll tax-cut bill will include online gaming.

Everleaf Gaming Network Bans Players from United States and France

The Everleaf Gaming Network has banned players from the United States and France from accessing any of its 100-plus poker skins.

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