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George Clooney Responds To Casino Owner

Back in April, Steve Wynn and George Clooney were having dinner, and a heated exchange ensued. The spat became public and the center of celebrity gossip.

The two have slightly different accounts of what exactly went down. Wynn claimed that Clooney got drunk and basically got overly pro-Obama. Weeks later, Clooney has refuted Wynn’s account of what was said. The actor presumably wanted to clear the air.

Here is Clooney’s full statement (via People Magazine):

“Steve Wynn and I have met three times, two times for dinner. That is the extent of our knowledge of one another, so I will refrain from trying to categorize him based on the little time we’ve spent together, but I will not let his version of the truth go unchallenged.

“He now says he didn’t call the president an ‘asshole.’ That is false. He bellowed ‘I voted for the asshole,’ and then called him the same thing several more times as the dinner came to an abrupt end. Again there were eight people at the table, eight witnesses. I did in turn, call him the same body part, and walked out. Again he can make up whatever story he wants, but these are the facts. He said I drank 16 shots of tequila. I didn’t drink one shot of tequila, not one. We were drinking but it was early and we still had two events to attend.”

“He said I live in a bubble. More of a bubble than Las Vegas? Honestly? He says I’m ‘molly coddled,’ that I’m surrounded by people who coddle me. I would suggest that Mr. Wynn look to his left and right and find anyone in his sphere that says anything but ‘yes’ to him. Emphatically. I did not attend a private boys’ school, I worked in tobacco fields and in stock rooms, and construction sites. I’ve been broke more of my life than I have been successful, and I understand the meaning of being an employee and how difficult it is to make ends meet.

“Steve is one of the richest men in the world and he should be congratulated for it, but he needs to take off his red sparkly dinner jacket and roll up his sleeves every once in a while and understand what most of the country is actually dealing with…or at least start with the fact that you can’t make up stories when eight people who are not on your payroll are sitting around you as witnesses.”

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Phil Hellmuth Gives Poker Bracelet To NBA Owner

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Casino Owner Objects To Death Penalty For His Attacker

Casino owner and porn magazine publisher Larry Flynt reportedly has filed court papers to try and prevent the state execution of the man who shot and paralyzed him from the waist down.

Joseph Paul Franklin, a serial killer, shot Flynt in 1978. He has been on death row in Missouri for a different crime. Altogether, he has been convicted of killing eight other people.

The 63-year-old Franklin joined the American Nazi Party as a teen and is considered a “white supremacist.” His killings were considered racially motivated.

He shot Flynt outside a courtroom as Flynt was on trial for obscenity after his magazine published a photo spread of a black man and a white woman.

One shouldn’t think that the 71-year-old Flynt is super merciful, however.

In a recent Hollywood Reporter column, he wrote: “I’d love an hour in a room with him and a pair of wire-cutters and pliers, so I could inflict the same damage on him that he inflicted on me.”

The execution is scheduled for Nov. 20.

Larry Flynt’s Hustler Casino is in Gardena, California, located around 15 miles south of Downtown Los Angeles. It is owned by Flynt through his El Dorado Enterprises holding company. Flynt is also an avid poker player.

The 2013 Larry Flynt Holiday Poker Classic begins on Nov. 24.

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Card Player Cruises: Owner Linda Johnson Discusses Upcoming Schedule

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Final Former Owner Of Full Tilt Poker Pleads Guilty

Ray Bitar pleaded guilty Monday to violation of the UIGEA and conspiracy to commit bank and wire fraud, avoiding jail time because he needs a heart transplant, according to The Wall Street Journal. His plea means that no former owner of Full Tilt Poker was found responsible for the disappearance of more than $ 300 million worth of player funds.

Howard Lederer, Chris Ferguson and Rafe Furst all settled their respective civil cases with the U.S. government without admitting to any wrong doing. Bitar was on the hook for criminal charges as well, and, like his former colleagues, will fork over a lot of cash to the government.

No one admitted to, or was found guilty of, stealing from players themselves. The Department of Justice had called Full Tilt Poker a “global Ponzi scheme.” In his sentencing, Bitar reportedly did admit that “safe and secure” was a bogus phrase to describe player funds.

A U.S. Attorney said in 2011 that Full Tilt Poker “insiders lined their own pockets with funds picked from the pockets of their most loyal customers while blithely lying to both players and the public alike about the safety and security of the money deposited with the company.” These accusations were never proven, though Americans have obviously been left empty-handed.

The case of the alleged Full Tilt Poker heist appears to be closed. Those once accused of being responsible for arguably the biggest scandal to ever hit the poker world are out of hot water. To this day, Americans are without a sum totaling about $ 160 million.

It’s worth noting that individuals who were involved in the payment processing aspect of the business, such as Chad Elie, have arguably been hit with the stiffest penalties.

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So $ 300,000,000 disappears and after two years of work the DOJ is satisfied that nobody was responsible for anything.

Wherever we got Mr. Holder and Mr. Bharara from, we need to return them. They’re defective.

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Former Full Tilt Poker Owner Chris Ferguson Agrees To Settlement With U.S. Government

Former Full Tilt Poker owner Chris Ferguson has reached a settlement in his civil case stemming from Black Friday with the federal government, his attorney Tweeted Tuesday.

He had been in hot water for about the past 18 months.

Ferguson will hand over an undisclosed amount from an account at Citibank, as well as an additional $ 2.35 million. The government had been seeking $ 42 million from Ferguson.

According to court papers, he “contends that he was unaware of any wrongful activity at Full Tilt or that the company had become unable to satisfy its player account liabilities.”

Ferguson, a five-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner and the 2000 main event champion, didn’t admit to any wrongdoing in the settlement.

He has never talked publicly about the case or the allegations.

He was first brought into the mix of the Black Friday scandal in September of 2011, when the Department of Justice called the company a Ponzi scheme.

After the deal, Ray Bitar remains as the only other former owner facing charges. Howard Lederer settled in December of last year, while Rafe Furst reached a deal in November.

While Lederer, Ferguson and Furst are done with their respective civil cases, former American poker players are still waiting for compensation from the government.

Other components of the Black Friday case are still unfolding within the legal system.

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NBA Owner, High-Stakes Poker Player Jerry Buss Dead At 80

Jerry Buss, owner of the Los Angeles Lakers and a familiar face in the poker community, reportedly died Monday at the age of 80. He had been battling cancer.

During his time away from basketball, Buss played in some of the priciest poker games around, which included appearances on GSN’s High Stakes Poker and at the World Series of Poker. Over the years he managed to accumulate dozens of tournament cashes.

He was close to a WSOP gold bracelet in 1991, finishing third in a $ 2,500 stud event.

When once asked by Card Player about why he plays poker, Buss responded: “The competitiveness. Once you reach a certain age, there are very few things you can do to compete with people. I find it very enjoyable to compete every day of my life.”

Many poker pros loved to play with Buss because of his warm personality on the felt. When news broke of his passing, many took to Twitter to say goodbye.

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The Nightly Turbo: Esfandiari Versus Hellmuth, Stratosphere Owner Launches Poker Site

Antonio Esfandiari

Antonio Esfandari’s battles with Phil Hellmuth at the poker table always make for good entertainment. Much to our delight, the two superstars will soon be facing off in London at the PartyPoker Premier League. We’ll bring you that story, plus a new online poker site in the U.S., in this edition of the Nightly Turbo.

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A final table was reached at the 2013 World Poker Tour Lucky Hearts Poker Open on Monday. Former WPT champs Matt Salsberg and Matt Giannetti are both eyeing their second title.

Often, tournament circuit regulars fall under the radar of poker media outlets. We’re here to change that. In the latest edition of Circuit Grinders, Chris “Biloxi Bomber” Conrad discusses his recent WSOP Circuit win, life as a poker pro, and more.

Hellmuth and Esfandiari Join Premier League

Let the needling begin.

On Monday, PartyPoker announced that Phil Hellmuth and Antonio Esfandiari will participate in the $ 125,000 buy-in PartyPoker.com Premier League Poker VI at Aspers Casino in London from March 17 through 23. They will also compete at the World Poker Tour Venice Main Event from March 25 through 30.

Esfandiari, who’s taken every chance to provoke the temperamental Hellmuth in the past, will be participating in the Premier League for the first time. Hellmuth has been a regular fixture in the popular event, but returns in 2013 after missing Premier League V in Vienna last year.

Said Esfandiari, “For years I have been hearing about Premier League Poker – it’s nice to finally make it over there to play in it!”

“I am looking forward to competing in the Premier League: 16 players, one winner,” Hellmuth added.

Esfandiari and Hellmuth join Daniel Negreanu and Scott Seiver as the first four confirmations on the Premier League VI lineup. The 16-player tournament will award the winner with entry into the $ 25,000 WPT World Championship at Bellagio, in addition the league’s top cash prize. Seiver won last year’s tournament for $ 500,000.

According to a press release, “the event will feature 16 players split up into two groups of eight in the Main Event, each competing in four league matches showcasing the famous point system ($ 2,000 per point). The top three from each group will automatically go through to the final table, while the fourth and fifth seeds will square off in a series of heads-up matches (best of three) for spots in the eight-handed finale.”

The PartyPoker Blog has more.

ACEP Launches Ongame-Powered Poker Site

On Tuesday, American Casino & Entertainment Properties (ACEP) Interactive officially launched its free-to-play poker website, acePLAYpoker.com. The site will use the Ongame poker software recently acquired by Bally Technologies.

The new website allows players the opportunity to play free online poker 24-hours a day, seven days a week. The site provides online players with exclusive promotions, including show tickets to critically acclaimed shows at the iconic Stratosphere Casino, which is owned by ACEP. Other prizes include opportunities to experience Stratosphere’s thrill rides at the top of the Tower, including SkyJump, a controlled free fall from 108 floors above the Las Vegas Strip.

“With the launch of this free to play website, we can now bring the excitement of play found at our properties to anyone with Internet access, no matter their location,” said Alec Driscoll, director of gaming development for ACEP. “We are also positioning ACEP and acePLAYpoker.com for the potential approval of legalized online gaming.”

Last September, the Nevada Gaming Commission approved ACEP as an interactive gaming operator ahead of the state’s real-money online poker market. ACEP’s software platform is provided by Bally Technologies, which recently acquired Amaya Gaming and will incorporate Amaya’s Ongame software into Bally’s iGaming platform.

Bally was approved for a Nevada gaming license as a service provider last June. ACEP and Bally teamed up on Sept. 25, 2012, shortly after ACEP was approved for its license.

Visit acePLAYpoker.com for more information on the new site.

New Jersey’s iGaming Efforts Moving Quickly

After an interstate online gambling bill (A2578/S1565) was conditionally vetoed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie last week, state legislators say they are planning to vote on amendments to the bill on Feb. 26 before putting it back on Christie’s desk for signature.

“The Senate will move forward to adopt the governor’s conditional veto on Feb. 26,” said Senate President Steve Sweeney on Monday. “The sooner we bring Internet gaming to New Jersey, the better off Atlantic City is going to be.”

State Sen. Ray Lesniak, the chief sponsor of the bill, said he will work on making the recommended changes to the measure and get it returned to the governor. Among Christie’s recommendations include a tax increase from 10 to 15 percent, with part of the additional proceeds going to compulsive gambling programs, and a time limit of 10 years for the authorization of Internet gaming unless re-established by law.

“The sooner we get Internet gaming in place, the sooner we will begin to see the economic benefits that will come with it,” Lesniak said.

Lesniak told PokerNews last week that he expects the assembly to have already passed the revisions during its voting session on Feb. 14 or Feb. 21. Then, following six months to finalize regulations and review casino applicants, Lesniak anticipates the first virtual hands to be dealt in New Jersey this fall.

New Jersey is attempting to become the third state to legalize online poker in the U.S. Nevada authorized Internet poker in December 2011, and Delaware passed legislation last June.

Read more in the press release at PolitickerNJ.

Washington State Lawmaker Aims to Lessen Online Gambling Penalties

Online poker has been illegal in Washington State since a prohibition bill was signed into law in 2006. Since then, online gambling within state lines has been a class C felony, which calls for up to five years in prison and $ 10,000 in fines. As a result, several Washington-based poker pros relocated to more gambling-friendly areas of the world.

On Monday, however, Washington State Rep. Paul Harris proposed a bill that would reduce the penalties for online gamblers who play recreationally. House Bill 1824 changes language to lessen the crime to a “class 3 civil infraction,” easing the maximum penalty to $ 50.

According to the proposal, recreational purposes means “solely for the defendant’s own enjoyment and not as part of an enterprise that derives income from operating an internet web site that transmits or receives gambling information.”

Outside of Utah, which prohibits all forms of gambling, Washington has been the staunchest opponent of Internet gambling in the U.S. In 2010, following a ruling that Washington State’s online gambling statute did not violate the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution, PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker blocked real-money players from playing in Washington State. PokerStars said in a statement that the policy will remain in place until the laws change.

PokerFuse has more on the latest from Washington.

acePlay Poker Celebrity Charity Championship

As we reported above, ACEP Interactive launched a free-to-play online poker site on Tuesday, and has plans to run a real-money version in the near future. Earlier this year, the Stratosphere Casino held the first annual acePlay Poker Celebrity Charity Championship. Among the celebs in attendance were 2011 Playboy Playmate of the Year Claire Sinclair, UFC fighter Frank Mir, and poker pro and WPT Raw Deal host Tony Dunst. The winner earned $ 5,000 toward the charity of their choice. Here’s a brief look at the event:

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Casino Owner, Internet Poker Opponent Sheldon Adelson Sees ‘Net Worth’ Drop By Billions

Casino owner, hyper-aggressive Republican campaign donor and web poker adversary Sheldon Adelson has fallen to 12th on Forbes’ list of America’s richest people, with a “net worth” of $ 20.5 billion. Adelson was listed as having $ 24.9 billion in a March ranking.

Despite losing some of his value for the moment, the 79-year-old has set a new record for political donations, Politico reported on Saturday. He has shipped more than $ 70 million so far to the Grand Old Party, and could give another $ 100 million in an effort to kick President Barack Obama, and other top democrats, out of power.

His wealth on paper has fluctuated greatly over the recent years. In 2008, the Wall Street Journal reported that he lost about 93 percent of his “investments” — or about $ 28 billion. However, it didn’t take long for the casino magnate to look flush again.

Adelson told Politico in the rare interview that he donates so much because others do too.

His casino company, Las Vegas Sands Corp., has not opposed legalizing online poker, but Adelson himself has stated that he’s “morally opposed” to such betting, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported late last year. Sands’ main competitors in the industry, such as MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment Corp., are seeking to run web poker in Nevada.

Adelson, described as a “self-made” businessman by Forbes, has been a big investor in the booming gambling markets overseas. Asia has yielded huge profits for his company.

The brick-and-mortar gambling market in the region dwarfs the worldwide online poker market. Web poker would likely be the only online real-money gambling allowed in the U.S., if a federal bill ever comes to pass. On the state level, Nevada is poker-only right now.

Last year, Las Vegas Sun editor Brian Greenspun blasted Adelson over his web gambling position, writing that ordinary Nevadans “don’t have Asia to promise them vast riches.”

Earlier this year, Adelson said that he’d testify on Capitol Hill against casino games on the web.

Lawyer I. Nelson Rose, who has testified on the issue before, told Card Player that he doesn’t see Adelson making much of a difference: “Casino insiders know Adelson’s politics. He is so conservative and such an avid Republican that he blames President Obama for the Las Vegas recession, which started under President Bush. But now everyone knows that he supports Newt Gingrich, which means his political opinions are irrelevant.”

Before backing Mitt Romney, Adelson was shelling out millions to Gingrich while he was still seeking the Republican nod. While becoming the largest campaign contributor in history, Adelson has also been working on his latest project: a mammoth casino in Spain.

There’s more to the mix of good and bad news. The college dropout has been under federal investigation for possible bribery in his Macau business. The company has denied engaging in any corruption. Adelson told Politico that he’s under fire because of his anti-Obama stance.

Despite all the noise elsewhere and opposition to web poker, Adelson’s Venetian Casino on the Las Vegas Strip recently upgraded its already massive live poker room.

Photo of Adelson in Macau, China — via Reuters

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Phil ‘OMGClayAiken’ Galfond Sues Poker Training Site, Company’s Owner Fires Back

Galfond at the 2012 WSOPScandals have become commonplace within poker.

This week, attorneys for poker pro Phil Galfond filed a civil complaint in the state of Texas against Bluefire Poker, the training site that he left last year, Courthouse News reported. Galfond has claimed that the company he co-founded stiffed him of money.

According to the court document, Galfond was paid $ 238,977 for his work in 2010, which consisted of making instructional videos and writing blog posts, among other duties as the face of the firm. The document claims that Galfond wasn’t compensated for any of his work the following year.

The company’s CEO, William Murphy, fired back on Friday in a statement, claiming that the poker pro was “unprofessional” to work with and that the firm has “paid or offered to pay [Galfond] every single dime that we believe he is owed.”

The lawsuit alleges that Murphy engaged in “willful misconduct, malice, [and] fraud” in the joint venture with Galfond. The company’s response was also scathing.

Attempts to reach Galfond by phone were not immediately successful on Friday.

Galfond, 27, is a World Series of Poker bracelet winner and one of the most profitable online cash game players in history. He used to play as “OMGClayAiken” on Full Tilt Poker.

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