Tom Dwan has been one of the most vocal players regarding the Full Tilt Poker meltdown post Black Friday, even famously promising to pay USD $1 million of his own money back to players if things didn’t get sorted out. Now the poker pro seems to be off the hook in the wake of the PokerStars buyout and has taken to his Twitter account to announce his intention to write a blog with details on the deal.
Last week Dwan tweeted, “Lol at ppl giving the DOJ the credit for today. I’ll do a long interview or blog detailing who to rly thank and some random stuff”. He later added, “Can the asshole who put the “ponzi scheme” wording in DOJ’s release be fired now please?”
However, there is still no sign of the blog and it has prompted criticism from some of his Twitter followers. Dwan’s latest response came on Friday when he apologised for the delay and said it was because new information had come to light.
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