Tag: Rafe Furst

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.

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.

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.

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.”

The Weekly Turbo: Republican Party Backs Online Poker Ban, Lederer's Request, and More

A look at the week's top poker news stories including the Republican Party calling for a ban on Internet gambling in the U.S., Howard Lederer requesting a status conference with the federal court, and more.

The Nightly Turbo: Howard Lederer's Request, Sam Trickett's New Ferrari, and More

Howard Lederer has requested a meeting with the federal court regarding the case of the U.S. v. DiCristina, and Sam Trickett spent some of his recent winnings on a new Ferarri.

Howard Lederer Requests Meeting with Federal Court Regarding U.S. v. DiCristina Ruling

Howard Lederer, Chris Ferguson and Rafe Furst have requested to meet the federal court in light of the United States v. DiCristina ruling that poker does not fall under the IGBA.

The Nightly Turbo: PokerStars Files to Dismiss Charges, Phil Ivey Interview, and More

PokerStars, as well as Full Tilt Poker execs, filed motions to dismiss their civil complaints, and Nolan Dalla sat down with Phil Ivey for an exclusive interview.

The Black Friday Timeline: One Year Without Online Poker

To help make sense of Black Friday, we’ve put together a timeline that highlights the important developments that occurred from April 15, 2011 to April 15, 2012.

FTP, PokerStars and Absolute Receive Another Extension to Respond to Amended Complaint

The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York has granted another extension to the respondents of an amended civil complaint, including Full Tilt Poker, PokerStars and Absolute Poker.

This is How We Troll: Scam by Moneymaker's Friend, Brunson on FTP, and More

In our first ever This is How We Troll, we take a look at the Dave Whitis drama, Doyle Brunson's blog post, and the mystery surrounding RaiseOnce.

Top 10 Stories of 2011: #2, Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker's 2011 was filled with constant drama. The site's been through a whirlwind of a year and PokerNews would like to recap all of it for you.

Full Tilt, PokerStars, & Absolute Get Extension to Respond to Amended Complaint

Full Tilt, PokerStars, & Absolute are granted extensions, have until January 2, 2012 to respond to Amended Complaint.

The Nightly Turbo: Rise and Fall of Bitar, Epic Poker Partners with USA Today, and More

Former employees of Full Tilt Poker have made their feelings known about CEO Ray Bitar, and Facebook is gearing up to offer real-money gambling in the United Kingdom.

Howard Lederer & Rafe Furst Follow in Ferguson's Footsteps and File Claims

Both Howard Lederer & Rafe Furst have followed in Chris Ferguson's footsteps and filed claims invoking Supplemental Rules for Admiralty & Maritime Claims.

Chris Ferguson Responds to Full Tilt Poker Complaint

Chris Ferguson brings Ian J. Imrich on board defense counsel & files documents laying claim to various bank accounts seized by the Department of Justice.

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 Weekly Turbo: Lederer, Ferguson, Furst Headline the Week, and More

The Weekly Turbo will get you caught up on the top poker stories of the week, including news on Rafe Furst, Howard Lederer, and Chris Ferguson.