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Full Tilt Poker News on Ray Bitar

Posted April 15, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

In Full Tilt Poker news, piece of shit Ray Bitar pled guilty to various counts associated with the money that he and others (Ferguson, Lederer, and Furst) stole from Full Tilt Poker players. The fat loser avoided jail time in the plea deal due to the fact that he needs a heart transplant. Here’s hoping […]

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The State of Online Poker in 2013

Posted March 18, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

I get a lot of poker players asking me what’s up with online poker. Since Black Friday in the internet poker world, April 15th, 2011. There has been mass confusion as to what is going on and how it affects US players. There has been a lot going on, from the shut down of various […]

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House Subcommittee Commerce Manufacturing and Trade Hearing Addresses Online Poker

Posted October 26, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

As you know, the House Subcommittee for Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade held a hearing today examining the potential regulation of Internet gambling.  The hearing entitled, “Internet Gambling: Is There a Safe Bet?” called upon a variety of witnesses to discuss how best Internet gambling can be regulated in the U.S.  Among the witnesses was Poker […]

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Online Poker Legislation Passing? Or Hopeless?

Posted October 14, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

There’s a bottomless pit of legislation in Washington these days, and presuming there is one, H.R. 2366 may occupy the abyss. Congressman Joe Barton’s (R-Texas) bill, designed to legalize and regulate the online poker industry at a federal level, hasn’t made news in nearly two months and it’s unlikely it ever will. Barney Frank’s (D-Mass.) 2009 bill, […]

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PokerStars Cashing Out US players, Full Tilt Poker is NOT-WHY?

Posted May 20, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Justice came to an agreement with PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker to facilitate player cashouts by returning their dot-com domain names for that purpose. When the checks will start rolling out remains to be seen, as a press release issued by Full Tilt cautioned, “There exists no authorized U.S. […]

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