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Wednesday 7 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C

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Fears remain over Full Tilt jobs despite takeover 'deal'
The Groupe Bernard Tapie says it has provisionally agreed to buy the poker website – but will offer shareholdings to its users.
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Hundreds of Dublin jobs at risk as Full Tilt Poker loses licence
Hundreds of jobs could be on the line, following the decision of a Channel Islands gambling regulator to withdraw the site’s licence.
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Fears for Dublin jobs as poker site is labelled a 'global Ponzi scheme'
Prosecutors in New York have alleged that the owners and management of Full Tilt Poker took customer cash for themselves.
# Poker
Fears over as many as 250 jobs at Pocket Kings in Dublin
Pocket Kings employs 700 people in Cherrywood in Dublin but cost-cutting measures means some of those jobs could now be at risk.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
More violence in Greece, the Healy-Rae row just isn’t going away, Full Tilt Poker halts play and…remember that Volkswagen Vadar commerical? There’s an update.
# Full Tilt
Online poker site with HQ in Dublin has licence suspended
Full Tilt Poker has halted play this evening after its licence was suspended. The company employs 700 people in Cherrywood in Dublin.
# Poker
Online poker companies allowed to reuse domain names to refund US players
US authorities have brought charges including the facilitation of illegal gambling against 11 people involved in three of the biggest names in online poker.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
Our collection of the day’s news, developments and random tidbits.
Director of Dublin-based online poker company charged with fraud in US
Eleven people and three major poker sites – PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker – facing a number of different charges relating to unlawful internet gambling.
US charges major poker websites with bank fraud
PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker are accused of bribing banks to process transactions from illegal gambling.