Latest Black Friday News
The Nevada State Gaming Control Board has confirmed in a statement to pokerfuse that it is “currently reviewing” the hiring of Paul Legget by Amaya Gaming.
The US government detailed a list of assets sought from Full Tilt Poker founder Ray Bitar in a forfeiture order filed this week.
In a New York courthouse Monday, Ray Bitar plead guilty via a live video stream from California to charges of fraud and violating the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA). He is…
Prominent attorney also alleged to have served as confidential government source in Black Friday investigation.
Dedicated website promises that the claim process will begin “shortly.”
$2.35m plus an unspecified amount to be forfeited, but Chris “Jesus” Ferguson admits to no wrongdoing.
Latest court filing describes “extensive settlement conversations” between “Jesus” and DOJ
The story of Bob Stuart as told in Wired Magazine has wider reaching implications to a poker insider.
Convicted “Black Friday” online payment processor Ira Rubin continues to battle against the three-year sentence handed down in 2012, with Rubin recently filing a handwritten notice of…
Central figure in SunFirst Bank online-payment processing business alleges attempts to curtail connected FTC investigation.
Latest claims from Cardroom International, which still target a portion of the US-PokerStars half-billion dollar settlement, shine light on the origins of Full Tilt Poker.
Former FTP Director forfeits bank accounts and personal assets, but admits to no wrongdoing.