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Erkut Yilmaz took a massive chip lead into Friday’s WPT Borgata Poker Open final table.Erkut Yilmaz took a huge chip lead to the WPT Borgata Poker Open final table.

com, the Atlantic City casino has found it difficult to find that money in New Jersey.That’s why Borgata is now seeking approval to register that judgement in Nevada, where it believes it might have more success collecting from Ivey.

(Image: PokerGo Studio)The lucky youngster came out of nowhere last week to win two events in a row at the Poker Masters in Las Vegas.Must Feel Like He’s DreamingPrior to the Poker Masters, Ali Imsirovic was an unknown to casual poker fans.

7 million ($10 million) in baccarat earnings, and courts in New Jersey have ruled Ivey must pay back the $9.Phil Ivey could owe the Borgata nearly $20 million in additional damages if the casino is successful in its cross-appeal in their ongoing legal battle.

A New Jersey District Court judge ruled against the poker Hall of Famer’s motion to stay a $10.Phil Ivey is running out of options after a district court judge ruled against his stay motion, and must now pay back Borgata $10 million.

The Borgata already features a facility for betting on horse racing and casino officials revealed plans to rename it as The Race & Sports Book once sports betting becomes legal in New Jersey.The venue will also open a separate sports betting facility, the plans for which are being finalized by owners.

After more than seven years of legal wrangling, NFL star Clinton Portis has agreed to a payment plan with the Borgata casino in Atlantic City to repay $190,000 he borrowed in 2011 and lost.com)During the 2011 gambling session in question, the Borgata had extended the Washington Redskins star a $200,000 line of credit.

The maker of the cards Phil Ivey used to help win $10 million in a series of baccarat sessions in 2012 at Borgata in Atlantic City is only liable for $27, the value of the cards used, a federal court judge said.Phil Ivey still owes Borgata $10.

The FBI described Dougher, 41, as a serial bank robber, and say his latest crime spree included two robberies within four days in and around Atlantic City.Records indicate that Thomas Dougher previously spent time in a federal prison for a series of bank robberies in 2007.