Tag Archives: Ira Rubin
- Sheriff CEO denied bail; Ira Rubin denied appeal; jailor, bookie or all of the above?
February 20, 2014
Stijn Flapper, CEO of 3D online slots developer Sheriff Gaming, has been denied bail by a Dutch court because the investigation into Flapper’s affairs is ongoing. Flapper and some other top guns at Sheriff were arrested in November on suspicion of money laundering, forgery, illegal gambling and involvement in a...
- Black Friday payment processor Ira Rubin handed three year sentence
July 26, 2012
Ira Rubin, one of the online poker payment processing figures indicted on Black Friday, was sentenced to three years in prison on Thursday in a Manhattan District Court. A US citizen, Rubin had resided in Costa Rica since 2008 but was arrested in Guatemala on April 25, 2011, reportedly attempting...
- Black Friday’s Ira Rubin pleads guilty; new civil suit filed against Excapsa
January 18, 2012
Black Friday indictee Ira Rubin appeared in a Manhattan federal courthouse on Tuesday, where he pleaded guilty to charges related to payment processing for online poker sites PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker between 2006 and March 2011. The 53-year-old Rubin pleaded guilty to one count each of conspiracy...
- Black Friday case against Campos and Elie likely to go to trial in March
December 2, 2011
The federal court case against indicted Black Friday principals John Campos and Chad Elie will likely come to trial on March 12, 2012. The two men are accused of assisting online poker companies like PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker process payments to and from US players -- Campos in his...
- Black Friday payment processor Ira Rubin’s bail bid denied
June 9, 2011
Indicted Black Friday payment processing figure Ira Rubin was denied bail in a New York courtroom on Wednesday. Rubin, a US citizen formerly residing in Costa Rica, was arrested April 25 in Guatemala and extradited to the US to face charges of bank and wire fraud related to online poker...
- BLACK FRIDAY: Another indicted individual in US custody
April 28, 2011
✖ A Bloomberg report has revealed that Ira Rubin, one of the 11 individuals indicted on Black Friday, was arrested April 25 in Guatemala. Rubin, a US citizen residing in Costa Rica, appeared before US Magistrate Judge Andrea M. Simonton in Miami on Wednesday. His hands shackled, Rubin told Simonton...
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UIGEA, 6 Years Later
October 15, 2012