Antigua Angry at Americans

The events that took place on Black Friday upset many people, and now the country of Antigua is getting involved in the affair. The small Caribbean country believes that the American government violated World Trade Organization treaties by indicting Poker Stars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker. According to Antigua’s finance minister, Black Friday was […]
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American TV Stations Pull Poker Shows

After Black Friday, many American-based companies decided to sever ties with Absolute Poker, Full Tilt Poker and Poker Stars. Most of these companies were television states that previously aired poker programming. ESPN’s television station and website were both huge proponents for online poker. However, the company released a statement shortly after the Black Friday events […]
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Money Laundering Activities of Poker Stars and Full Tilt

As you’ve probably already heard, three of the world’s top poker sites were shut down last Friday. The federal government charged the owners of the websites with running illegal gambling sites, money laundering and fraud. Many players were unknowingly the victims of these crimes and a new report examines just exactly how the websites carried […]
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American Companies Turning Away from Poker Stars

In light of last week’s Black Friday debacle, American gambling companies are now distancing themselves from the three online poker companies involved in the scandal. The company that has felt the worst aftershock so far has been for Poker Stars, who has seen several business partnerships severed over the weekend. First ESPN announced that it […]
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