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A US circuit court of appeal has ruled that poker player Cycalona ‘Clonie’ Gowen’s lawsuit against Full Tilt’s software company Tiltware was wrongly dismissed. Gowen, a former member of ‘Team Full Tilt’, made claims against Tiltware for breach of contract, and against founders Ray Bitar and Howard Lederer for alleged fraud and negligent misrepresentation. According to the Las Vegas Sun, US District Judge Robert Clive Jones was deemed to have erred in his initial judgement against Gowen, and her case has now been reopened as a consequence. However, the court stood by Jones’s initial dismissal of other claims brought by Gowen against further individuals supposedly tied to online gambling companies. According to the original document that was filed, the following companies & professional poker players are listed as defendants as Tiltware LLC, Full Tilt Poker, Pocket Kings Limited, Pocket Kings Consulting Limited, KolyMa Corporation, Tiltproof Inc, Raymond Bitar, Howard Lederer, Andrew Bloch, Phillip Ivey, Christopher Ferguson, John Juanda, Phillip Gordon, Erick Lindren,Erik Seidel, Jennifer Harman-Traniello, Michael Matusow, Allen Cunningham, Gus Hansen, Patrick Antonious.

Here is the original lawsuit document from 2008:

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