Phil Ivey Meets With Full Tilt Poker Execs in Ireland

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jun/24/2011
Phil Ivey

After publicly announcing he was filing a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Full Tilt Poker, Phil Ivey reportedly met with executives of the company in Ireland in recent days.

Ivey, who is a sponsored Full Tilt Poker pro, filed the suit after the world’s second largest online poker company failure to pay US players since its indictment on bank fraud and money laundering on April 15.   Customers are yet to be paid.  FTP claims it is trying to raise money through sales of assets.

Subject Poker broke the news Friday afternoon.

While neither Ivey nor Full Tilt have publicly commented on their meeting, all of our sources speculated that it represented some form of reconciliation between the two parties.

Multiple reliable sources noted that he appeared to be in good spirits and was friendly with the executives with whom he met.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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