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Are We Telling the DOJ Which Online Poker Sites to Target?

9 September 2011 , By: compncards
Merge USA
Sometimes I wonder how much poker news sites are helping to contribute to the visibility of certain online poker sites in the USA[[sitetree_link,id=596]] to the US government. Granted, the DOJ knows what sites are out there, but in all truthfulness, they don't even have to do that much research about which sites are doing well. Hell, we tell them. For example, Pokerscout releases a weekly report about online poker traffic.
Categories: Black Friday, Merge Gaming Network, Online poker, online poker indictments

Full Tilt Poker and I Seem to Face the Same Problems

16 May 2011 , By: compncards
BS
My editor here at PokerJunkie told me to do a blog, and I told him that I would have an announcement about the blog on Sunday. Well, late Sunday, I sent my boss the following email. "Since you sent me the email to write a blog for Poker Junkie, I have faced some issues in writing the blog. I worked tirelessly to address these problems and have made significant progress.
Categories: Black Friday, Full Tilt Poker, Online poker, online poker indictments

Indicted Online Poker Sites Returning Money Sooner Than Expected

1 May 2011 , By: compncards
Poker Jail
There is a really good chance that I am going to be wrong about the amount of time it will take players to get their money back from Full Tilt and PokerStars. As I discussed in my last blog, PokerStars is currently processing withdrawals from US players and there are reports from all over the US of players getting their funds back already. Now it appears that Full Tilt is ready to pay back funds. Earlier in the week, Full Tilt released an FAQ for US players saying that an announcement would be made regarding payouts later this week.
Categories: Absolute Poker, Black Friday, Full Tilt Poker, Karak, online poker indictments, PokerStars, Scott Tom, UB