According to the Gaming Intelligence, on 24th January 24 Full Tilt Poker has come to an agreement with Department of Justice (DOJ) that must agree to allow the group of Bernard Tapie to purchase the hall for 80 million dollars. Tapie Laurent, son of Bernard Tapie and general manager of the group, told Gaming Intelligence that the work be done to complete the sale is still a lot. Tapie hopes, however, that the next room on 1st March and return to work also for this reason that the GBT is in talks with Aderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) to “resurrect” Full Tilt Poker’s licence. The process of buying and selling of the red room was complex and was dragged for long, since in November was an agreement between Full Tilt Poker, the Group Bernard Tapie and the DOJ in December, and the shareholders of Full Tilt Poker voted and accepted the agreement that allowed the sale to new company investor. The agreement drawn up, however, has planned a series of clauses for the full compensation of the players. It was in fact decided that the group will repay GBT non-US players (estimated $ 150 million dollars), while the DOJ is liable for U.S. players (in this case the figure is around $ 150 million). The DOJ has also decided to dismiss the civil action against the major shareholders of Full Tilt Poker, this decision, however, does NOT affect the proceedings taking place against individuals, such as Howard Lederer, Chris Ferguson and Ray Bitar.