Ray Bitar was forced to surrender $40 million after pleading guilty to charges related to his time as CEO at Full Tilt, but avoided a harsh prison sentence.
Poker pro Allen Cunningham says that former Full Tilt CEO Ray Bitar is struggling with health conditions and hasn’t been living the high life at all since his sentencing a year ago, despite what some poker fans may think. Those comments arrived within the center of a TwoPlusTwo.com forums thread discussing the main points of the assets that Bitar was forced to forfeit as part of his punishment for crimes regarding his time as head of the infamous poker site.
‘According to my sources Ray Bitar is unlikely to live no more than a couple years and is nearly penniless,’ Cunningham had written in an answer the ‘conspiracy theorists’ who suggested that Bitar faked his heart related illnesses to get a more lenient deal year that is last. ‘He did not escape with anything. That should be worth more than a random nvger’s gossip when I had been member of team complete tilt.’ [sic]
Guilty of Comprehensive Tilt Charges
Bitar was sentenced April that is last to served after pleading guilty to charges of illegal Internet gambling and conspiracy to commit bank fraud and wire fraud. That phrase also included the forfeiture of $40 million in assets that were based on his work at Full Tilt. During the time, Judge Loretta A. Preska noted that Bitar would hav