Chris Ferguson Apologizes for 'Black Friday' Involvement But Only Makes Matters Worse

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May/24/2018

Since re-emerging full time on the poker circuit last year (and winning big), Chris Ferguson has said nothing of his involvement in a ponzi scheme tied to Full Tilt Poker.  Now he's finally come out and apologized....sort of.

PokerTube.com writes of the under-one minute video it suggests is lacking in substance:

Ferguson’s 42 second video is a pre-prepared statement uploaded to Vimeo.

42 seconds to fix the feelings of bitterness that tens of thousands in the poker community have been nursing. 42 seconds doesn’t even put a plaster on the 7 years of gangrenous anger that has been festering unaddressed by Ferguson and his cronies the whole time.

42 seconds would not have been enough even if it seemed genuine.

See what you think below.

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