PokerStrategy Sues Full Tilt Poker

08/23/2012
By Pamela PattersonGoogle
As the year unfolds, more news related to Full Tilt Poker and the Black Friday case continue to emerge. This week, it was revealed that the once-affiliated PokerStrategy website has filed a lawsuit against Full Tilt Poker’s marketing arm, Pocket Kings, for unpaid fees amounting to $1.2 million.
 
The company alleges that it had made the agreement for the cash with Full Tilt prior to it being shut down by the US government as part of the Black Friday case last April.
 
Dominik Kofert, PokerStrategy’s Chief Executive, explained the company’s strategy of waiting until now to file the claim. He stated that they did not want to be a deterrent in Full Tilt’s ability to reach and agreement with the United States Department of Justice and pay back funds to all the players who lost money.
 
The PokerStrategy brand is alleging that through its efforts, it supplied Full Tilt Poker with roughly 30,000 non-United States players prior to the Department of Justice closure of the site. It is still left to be determined if these players signed up on the site or turned into depositing players who spent money.
 
Full Tilt Poker, a top rated online casino, was considered the second biggest online poker room after PokerStars.
 
As a result of its legal troubles, there have been various lawsuits filed against Full Tilt in recent months. Most have been deemed irrelevant and have been thrown out of court.
 
 
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