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Poker news tagged with 'group bernard tapie'

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Full Tilt to Reopen in November?

Tags: black friday, department of justice, doj, full tilt poker, group bernard tapie, pokerstars
Posted on 30 July 2012 by "T".

Last Friday it was reported by numerous sources that PokerStars had finalized a deal with the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) to pay back frozen Full Tilt Poker player funds. Besides that, some people claimed that Full Tilt Poker will be back online in November this year.

The rumor that PokerStars is interested in buying Full Tilt Poker started popping up already in April this year. It came as a huge surprise since the French investment group Group Bernard Tapie had been the potentional buyer for several months. Something that added fuel to these rumors was when Alex Dreyfus, CEO of Chili Gaming, wrote that PokerStars had paid $750 million to acquire Full Tilt and settle its outstanding legal issues with DOJ.

 

apr
25

Group Bernard Tapie won't buy Full Tilt

Tags: doj, full tilt poker, group bernard tapie, pocket kings, pokerstars
Posted on 25 April 2012 by "T".

Group Bernard Tapie Group made a statement yesterday in which they wrote that they have failed to reach an agreement with the United State Department of Justice to acquire the assets of Full Tilt Poker.

Groupe Bernard Tapie regrets to announce that, after seven months of intensive work, our efforts to obtain final approval of the United States Department of Justice of the agreement to acquire the assets of Full Tilt Poker have ended without success.

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PokerStars buys Full Tilt Poker?

Tags: doj, fulltilt, group bernard tapie, pokerstars
Posted on 24 April 2012 by "T".

According to numerous sources, PokerStars has reached a settlement with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to buy Full Tilt Poker and settle its outstanding legal matters. No official statements have been made by either sites so far, but according to Alex Dreyfus, CEO of Chili Gaming, PokerStars has paid $750 million to acquire Full Tilt and settle its outstanding legal issues with the DOJ - $330 million will go to repay Full Tilt account holders.

These news, if they are true, come as a big surprise since the French investment group Group Bernard Tapie were known to be the buyers of Full Tilt Poker until now. And there has been lots of news in the past few weeks indiciating that the deal was as good as done. Now, however, it seems like new owners might be PokerStars, the world's largest poker site.


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