Today we were expecting to be reporting on an update from Full Tilt Poker’s hearing in London with the Alderney Gaming Commission. Instead the DOJ blankets the headlines by filing a motion to ammend the Black Friday Civil complaint against Full Tilt Poker.
A summary of the ammendment is here. Key takeaways:
Durrr reacts: “about time the doj did this. i’ve been under nda the whole time (friend’s $$, not my own- and they have way more) so i couldn’t say anything about these kind’ve specifics… but i was constantly pissed that the doj didn’t make this public.”
This news lowers the likelihood of a sale of Full Tilt Poker and the return of player funds. We will keep you posted as more information regarding Full Tilt becomes available. Read more at Subject Poker, Forbes, and the WSJ.
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