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Gambling911.com Founder Chris Costigan to Appear on Quadjacks Podcast

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May/16/2011
Quadjacks.com

Gambling911.com Founder Chris Costigan will be appearing live on Quadjacks.com podcast, which can be located here. The live appearance will take place Monday night May 16, 2011 at 5 pm ET.

The hot topic of discussion:  Black Friday online poker indictments and where do we go from here.

In particular we’ve been informed of an announcement made by a Full Tilt Poker rep suggesting that payments to players will be delayed further.

Yesterday was the one month anniversary of that dreadful day where the three largest online poker rooms – PokerStars, Full Tilt and UB.com – were indicted by the US Justice Department.

To date, only PokerStars has paid out players in the US.

- Gambling911.com Staff

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