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Full Tilt Poker CEO finally surrenders to U.S. authorities

Raymond Bitar had been in Ireland since gambling fraud charges were leveled against him last year

Perhaps Kenny Rogers said it best: "If you're gonna play the game, boy, ya gotta learn to play it right.”

Full Tilt Poker CEO Raymond Bitar finally surrendered to U.S. authorities yesterday, but pleaded not guilty to nine criminal counts, including charges of illegal gambling, money laundering, wire fraud and defrauding its online poker players out of more than $440 million.

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