The epic lawsuit between two poker pros that started since May 2017 has now finally come to an end, and the final verdict possibly does not bode well for one of them.
Based on court documents filed in Clark County District Court at the end of June 2018, a judge had "dismissed with prejudice the entire case" between Aussie poker pro Matt Kirk and Czech casino owner Leon Tsoukernik.
District Court Judge Linda Marie Bell wrote, "Having come before the court by stipulation of the parties, the court finding good cause, hereby orders that this entire case is dismissed with prejudice, including but not limited to the complaint, all counterclaims, and all third party complaints, with each party to bear their own attorney's fees and costs."
The verdict was signed by the attorneys of Kirk, Tsoukernik as well as the place where the bitter feud occurred, the Aria Resort & Casino.
It doesn't say in the court documents whether or not the two poker pros settled the debt outside of court.
The debt case was slated to head to a jury trial in April 2019.