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PokerNews Podcast Episode #147: Dogging Donnie feat. Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu joins the PokerNews Podcast to discuss his WSOP APAC Main Event win, losing his luggage, his WSOP schedule, and more.

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.

PokerNews Podcast Episode #146: #OnTheJet feat. Kevin Saul

The PokerNews Podcast crew discusses the World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific and Ray Bitar, and then sit down with Kevin Saul to discuss his latest win.

PokerNews Weekly: Ray Bitar Needs New Heart and Bracelets Awarded at WSOP APAC

Kristy Arnett and Sarah Grant come to you with the latest in poker news, including Ray Bitar's plea and recent winners from the World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific.

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.

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.

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.

Recapping The Lederer Files — Part 1

A recap of PokerNews' exclusive interview with Full Tilt Poker's Howard Lederer.

The Lederer Files: The Process and Opinions

Interviewing Howard Lederer, was by far the most difficult project I can ever recall working on. I'm extremely proud of the work that was done by the PokerNews team to turn this from an idea into a finished project in under two-weeks time...

The Lederer Files: Outstanding Member Loans, Groupe Bernard Tapie Complications

In Part 6 of an exclusive interview series with, Howard Lederer reveals startling information about the outstanding loans of some of the owners of Full Tilt Poker.

The Lederer Files: The Phil Ivey Lawsuit, Transition 2.0

In Part 5 of an exclusive interview series with, Howard Lederer goes into detail about the Phil Ivey lawsuit, and discusses the selection of a new board of directors by the shareholders.

The Nightly Turbo: Jonathan Duhamel's Ex Pleading Guilty, GPI Player of the Year, & More

Jonathan Duhamel's ex-girlfriend is pleading guilty in his burglary case, and Dan Smith still leads in the Global Poker Index Player of the Year race.

The Lederer Files: Black Friday Aftermath, the Search for a Solution

In Part 4 of an exclusive interview series with, Howard Lederer opens up about the first few months after Black Friday, including the devastating news he discovered on April 21, 2012.

The Lederer Files: The Backlog and Black Friday

In Part 3 of an exclusive interview series with, Howard Lederer discusses his initial discovery of a nine-figure backlog, and describes where he was when he learned about the Black Friday indictments.

Former Full Tilt Poker Executive Nelson Burtnick Pleads Guilty to Gambling Charges

Former Full Tilt Poker payment processing director Nelson Burtnick pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy and gambling. He faces 15 years in prison.

The Lederer Files: The UIGEA, Segregated Accounts, and Retirement

In Part 2 of an exclusive interview series with, Howard Lederer discusses Full Tilt Poker's decision to stay in the UIGEA, a startling e-mail from a customer, and more.

The Lederer Files: The Beginning of Full Tilt Poker

In Part 1 of an exclusive interview series with, Howard Lederer opens up about his elongated silence since Black Friday, and discusses the early stages of Full Tilt Poker.

The Lederer Files: An Introduction

An introduction to "The Lederer Files," an exclusive interview series with Full Tilt Poker's Howard Lederer.

The Nightly Turbo: Tony G Stakes Dan Cates, New Accusations Against Howard Lederer, & More

The U.S. Justice Department has issued a second amended civil complaint in the case involving the poker indictments filed on Black Friday, and Tony G is staking Dan "Jungleman" Cates.

DOJ Files Second Amended Complaint; Alleges Lederer Funded Assets with Unlawful Proceeds

On Sept. 10, 2012, the United States Department of Justice filed a Second Amended Complaint that alleges Howard Lederer “funded personal bank accounts with unlawful proceeds.”