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DOJ Fails to Confirm Agreement with Group Bernard Tapie

The U.S. Department of Justice on Monday failed to confirm with Card Player Magazine that they have reached an agreement with Group Bernard Tapie (GBT) to allow for the takeover of Full Tilt Poker.

Last week, a deal between the DOJ and GBT was announced and reported by the Wall Street Journal and CNN Money that would pave the way for the repayment of Full Tilt players worldwide. Yet in a statement to Card Player, a DOJ spokesman said, “We have no comment and are not confirming or denying an agreement with Groupe Bernard Tapie.”

It’s hard to say whether the DOJ’s failure to confirm a deal with GBT as reported by the WSJ is mere standard procedure or perhaps an indicator that the deal is not as set-in-stone as previously reported.


 



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