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    • Hartoman
      Hartoman
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      Registro: 03-31-2010 Artículos: 417
      Yo he encontrado esto, como no se inglés, lo he leido con el traductor de google, pero no sale con la suficiente calidad para ponerlo aquí...

      Fuente: http://www.pokerplayernewspaper.com/...=imvns&strip=1 (ahora mismo caída)

      Full Tilt PokerStars Negotiations in the Can

      July 27, 2012 - 11:08am

      by Wendeen H. Eolis


      Breaking News: The ups and downs and glitches in negotiations between PokerStars and the United States Department of Justice with respect to Full Tilt Poker have come to an end.

      Without giving away the identity of a consistently impeccable resource, it is now safe to say announcements for public dissemination are in the works. At this point I am ready to go out on a limb; FTP customers will see their monies well in time for Christmas shopping.

      Poker Player Newspaper's print edition goes to press before I can provide further details, rest assured the story is a thriller that will be told.

      Editor’s Note: Wendeen H. Eolis is CEO of Eolis International Group a legal/government affairs consultancy. She was formerly a senior advisor to Mayor Giuliani and then to Governor Pataki,.Her government affairs and business portfolio includes extensive gaming matters. She was the first woman to cash in the main event of the WSOP (1986).

      This article, and related research is property of the author, and may be used in her other writings. She can be reached at eolis@eolis.com and at the website http://www.eolis.com you can also find her on Facebook and LinkedIn.
    • FITI55
      FITI55
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      Registro: 03-10-2009 Artículos: 367
      Esta de verdad pinta bien!


      VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOS
    • oudine2
      oudine2
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      Registro: 07-08-2010 Artículos: 360
      Lo dije en el otro post, si bien están todos MUY optimistas, yo les digo, desde mi impresión, hasta que no haya anuncio, tranquilos, cuando esté el anuncio descorchamos todos juntos.
      Pero tranquilos, todavía mi plata para mí está perdida.
    • crownight
      crownight
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      Registro: 07-14-2010 Artículos: 462
      Conversación de Highstakes en stars


    • oudine2
      oudine2
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      Registro: 07-08-2010 Artículos: 360
      Bueno, según Pokerfuse, tenemos que bajar un poco el optimismo. Si bien algo MUY importante pasó el viernes, no necesariamente implica que ya se haya cerrado el caso, así que si bien podemos sentirnos más optimistas, hasta que no haya anuncio mejor mantener la cautela, porque esto ya lo vivimos varias veces. Insisto, si sale sale, si no sale mala leche, es así.

      http://pokerfuse.com/features/editorial-opinion/overzealous-reports-mask-positive-news-pokerstarsfull-tilt-deal/

      There has been a string of reports over the last 24 hours that the deal between PokerStars and the US Department of Justice to purchase Full Tilt Poker is “done,” set in stone and that an announcement is imminent. Reports vary on the exact timing of the day of the announcement: Some implied yesterday, more said Monday and others claim Tuesday.

      The story first started on Poker Player Newspaper by Wendeen H. Eolis, who stated: “Without giving away the identity of a consistently impeccable resource, it is now safe to say announcements for public dissemination are in the works. At this point I am ready to go out on a limb; FTP customers will see their monies well in time for Christmas shopping.” She later tweeted that FTP will be “ready to pay/play by November” but did not speculate further.

      Gambling911 were quick to confirm the story, citing their own source of information to corroborate Eolis. An announcement “was forthcoming, perhaps as early as next week” according to the article, and all players will be repaid in full.

      It should be stated upfront: No official announcement has come from any party involved and, until that time, the deal is not complete. To the best of our knowledge, based on sources close to the issue, the reports yesterday are false, there is no set date for an announcement, and there is still the possibility for the deal to fall through.

      However, we have also heard there is good reason for cautious optimism. We understand that significant legal progress was made recently that could lead to the imminent closure of the deal.

      But to repeat, the deal is not complete. In all practicality, it is only done when announced by the parties involved. No party will stall on an announcement, nor take days to prepare a press release. There were previous reports—like this one also written by Eolis—that PokerStars would stall on announcing anything during the WSOP for fear of everyone cashing out. These too were incorrect and for the same reason. When it’s done, we will know.

      In fact, the reports this weekend are following the same pattern as reports six weeks ago during the WSOP. There were many independent reports that the deal was “done” and would be announced live during the series. And those reports, just like the ones today, are wrong but not a complete fabrication: It is our understanding the deal really was on the cusp of closing around the end of June. For reasons unknown, progress stalled and no announcement came. It turns out the deal was not, in fact, done.

      Now we are apparently at that same point again. But among the debate of she-said / she-said, the retweets and the forum thread refreshing, there is good news: There is certainly a strong indication that a major milestone was reached on Friday that allows for the deal to proceed.

      For those with money stuck on Full Tilt, there is good reason to feel optimistic. When an announcement comes, you can rest assured you will read about it on this site, and everywhere else.
    • oudine2
      oudine2
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      Registro: 07-08-2010 Artículos: 360
      Bueno, tenemos algo de novedades. Básicamente parece que estamos a sólo la firma del juez para que toda esta historia termine. En cuanto el juez ponga su firma ya está todo listo para que se haga el anuncio y esto debería pasar en los próximos días.

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      http://pokerplayernewspaper.com/content/eolis-full-tilt-poker-report-digging-deeper-12312


      At the end of last week, Poker Player Newspaper ("PPN") released breaking news that thundered across the online poker globe, announcing in very careful language that the die had been cast, effectively, for a completed deal between PokerStars and the United States Department of Justice to acquire the Full Tilt Poker ("FTP") brand.
      One business day later, the poker natives are at peak restlessness, fuming over the delay in a concrete announcement by any of the parties that would confirm or bury the PPN bulletin.
      Last week’s PPN story stopped short of saying there was a done deal. While, my source was unequivocal in referencing a signed deal between the parties, the Deep Throat connection noted that the deal had yet to receive a final blessing - a signed order by the judge, approving the settlement.
      Judge Keeps Up the Tension
      While not making light of this final piece in the process, you should know historically, judges generally are not inclined to withhold their seal of approval of a settlement that has been reached between the parties unless there are issues of competency, integrity, and/or sound mind regarding the dealmakers.
      In a case of this magnitude, filled with esteemed lawyers at center stage in the negotiations, it would be almost unfathomable for a judge to torpedo a deal signed by the parties - especially one that would assure prompt repayment of player funds.
      July 27 News Bulletin and Follow-up
      Ergo, early in the morning of Friday July 27, after learning the deal between the parties had been completed a day earlier, I wrote my news report, deciding to steer clear of a pronouncement of a completed deal and taking care to avoid a date certain by which we might here an announcement or find a public filing that would confirm the settlement.
      While poker forums nor the twitterverse are as active home turf for me as they are for many of my readers, over the weekend I was persuaded to provide some further details concerning the anticipated payout arrangements.
      Subsequently, I posted some responses to weekend reports regarding the bulletin and my tweets concerning the anticipated payout plans. That posting is linked HERE.
      DOJ Cares about Player Funds
      One of the reasons the Tapie-DOJ deal had failed according to Groupe Bernard Tapie lawyer Behn Dayanim, was the Justice Department’s insistence that players be fully repaid within 90 days of completion of the deal.
      While FTP players around the world were unconvinced that the Justice Department was in their corner, I had long since learned through lawyers all around the courthouse that repayment of the players’ funds was an exceedingly high priority of the Manhattan–based US Attorney, Preet Bharara.
      Additionally, lawyers who have represented other potential suitors for FTP since Black Friday also confirmed their understanding that a timely payout plan would be mandated. I received assurances that the payouts would be sooner than the bulletin suggested, but I opted to refrain from narrowing the timetable on that issue, choosing to address only a slightly accelerated timetable for the re-launch.
      Updated Status Report
      Today PPN goes to press without any announcement by the parties and with no evidence yet of a signed order by the judge. Neither is there one scintilla of evidence in my possession from anywhere of a torpedoed deal. To the contrary, there appears to be mounting pressure for all concerned to bring the matter to a swift close. With this latest information in mind from previously rock solid sources,I’ll go out on a limb once more not only to stand behind our original bulletin, but also to predict we are talking about a matter of days before uncorking the champagne in celebration of a sealed deal.
      Editor’s Note: Wendeen H. Eolis is CEO of Eolis International Group a legal/government affairs consultancy. She was formerly a senior advisor to Mayor Giuliani and then to Governor Pataki. Her government affairs and business portfolios include extensive gaming matters. She was also the first woman to cash in the main event of the WSOP (1986) and has since cashed in the main event and in five other WSOP tournaments.
      This article, and related research is property of the author, and may be used in her other writings. She can be reached at eolis@eolis.com and at the website http://www.eolis.com you can also find her on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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