Monday, January 18, 2010

Full Tilt Poker Turning the Tables With Lawsuit

As reported by PokerNews, "Full Tilt Poker is entangled in another lawsuit, but this time, it is doing the suing. The online poker giant is suing Clonie Gowen in a federal court. Full Tilt isn't seeking monetary damages other than for court costs and legal fees, but Tilt wants a statement from her stating that she does not have a one percent ownership in the company as she previously alleged.

If you haven't been following Full Tilt's legal woes, Gowen sued Full Tilt claiming that she had entered into an oral agreement with the company, which entitled her to a one percent ownership in the company and that the agreement was breached because Full Tilt failed to pay her distribution payments. A hearing is scheduled for February."

My Take on Full Tilt Poker Room Safety: It is still a Top-10 Cheat Minimum online poker site.