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by Card Player News Team |  Published: Aug 01, 2011

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Phil Ivey Sues Full Tilt Poker Clark County District Court records show that Phil Ivey filed a lawsuit against Tiltware, the company that provides software and marketing for Full Tilt Poker, at the end of May in Las Vegas. Case No. A-11-642387-C is listed as Phillip Ivey, Jr., Plaintiff vs. Tiltware LLC, Defendant. According to Associated Press, the company has denied Ivey’s request to pursue other professional opportunities in poker. As a result, Ivey is seeking more than $150 million for “injunctive relief, declaratory relief and damages”. The lead attorney listed for the case is David Zeltner Chesnoff, a high-powered criminal defense attorney based in Las Vegas. No hearing on the lawsuit has been scheduled according to the court calender. The suit comes quickly after Ivey announced his intentions through Facebook and his website. Ivey said that he will not play in the 2011 World Series of Poker and announced ...


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