LAWN CIGAR co-hosts. This is a monster 5+ hour show with thirteen scheduled topics -- and we end up discussing even more than that! Chris Moneymaker and Jason Young are in a heated dispute about a $20k sportsbetting debt. Lock Poker leaves the Revolution Network owing a lot of money, and Revolution takes revenge by attempting to hijack their software and customer base. Carbon Poker (Merge Network) steals from its regular grinders by abruptly and retroactively changing their rakeback payments. Pokerhost bans several players simply for winning. Marco Traniello and Jennifer Harman are getting a divorce, and Marco is already showing off his new, young girlfriend. Traffic on WSOP.com still hasn't overtaken Ultimate Poker, as both sites struggle. Iovation wins a "Fraud Prevention" award, but are they actually awarding themselves? Matt Savage and Daniel Negreanu have another public spat on Twitter. Howard Lederer goes cake-crazy at his 50th birthday party. Viktor "isildur" Blom is another another huge heater, but what motivates players like him to play for such ridiculous stakes? Druff reviews "Ultimatebeat", the new documentary about UB. Neteller's parent company will be processing online gambling payments in New Jersey. The Full Tilt remissions fund was apparently used to pay $6 million to Kentucky on a matter related to UB. Canton Gaming is eyed in a federal money laundering probe, and it looks a lot more serious than it would appear on the surface. Druff thinks he knows why renowned NBA sportsbettor Haralabob Voulgaris start up a tout service. Pokernews presenter candidate Sarah Albright calls in to ask for last-minute votes. Main content of the show begins around the 29 minute mark.
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