Two months after being back to federal custody, Isai Scheinberg, the founder of PokerStars, pled guilty in a New York federal court on March 25 Wednesday to running an illegal online poker site.
Black Friday, in the poker world, refers to the events of April 15, 2011 when the U.S. Department of Justice issued an indictment against the three biggest online poker sites in the country: Absolute Poke[...] Read more » Founder of PokerStars Isai Scheinberg Pleads Guilty to Black Friday Charge
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 43 (F)
The whole thing reaching at the end point according to this. I dont see it getting jail time. Probably some fine and then he will be out. No matter what black friday has changed the poker world since then. Cant say though it has changed for the better for the players. There is a higher amount of insurance now playing in an online site, but still less promotions, and of course less greerolls
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 41 (M)
I don't think Black Friday has changed things for the better because after that all players from United States of America, France, Spain and Italy they were blocked to play with the rest of the world. There is a great chance to make money but without them we lost high chances.
Joined: Dec '14
Age: 36 (M)
Yes Calicul , things are still worse , despite some improvement or developments in regulations since then . Still many restrictions , and many regulated countries cannot join larger players' pools to increase the prises and the interst for the game , such as in France . Only domestically or in very small regional pools , like twi three neighbour countries , like in South western europe .
Anyway , better for the US government to try to find ways to bring poker again in the USA , all states, fix the mess they created then , and not keep on chewing the same gum , this Black friday witch hunt has to end , leave Scheinberg alone and cut the cr***