A Black Friday plea deal may not stick, a European Poker Tour update, and Isildur1 and Isaac Haxton will play for a million bucks. It’s all in Thursday’s edition of the PTP Hit and Run.
Black Friday case, revisited: John Campos, one of the men indicted in the wake of online poker’s Black Friday, might not be getting a deal after all. The judge in the case wants an explanation of a plea deal that resulted in just a misdemeanor for Campos, who was allegedly involved in processing payments for online poker sites. Get all the details here.
Isildur1 vs. Haxton, take three: Viktor “Isildur1″ Blom and Isaac “philivey2694″ Haxton will play at PokerStars for a million bucks. Both players will pony up half a million, with play continuing until one player has all the virtual chips. More on the match here.
EPT update: The European Poker Tour’s Campione stop in Italy is in day 3, with some pros still hanging in there. Olivier Busquet is currently in second place; other pros in the running include David Vamplew, Fabrice Soulier and Per Linde. Get live updates here.
And at one point, Patrik Antonius and Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier were at the same table. More with them below:
–A committee in Nevada takes a look at the progress of online poker regulation.
–bwin.party poker revenue was down in 2011.
–Team PokerStars Online has a new pro, Australian Roy “GodlikeRoy” Bhasin. And more with another new pro, Massimiliano Martinez, below:
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