UPDATE: Following Friday's online poker crackdown, some dubbed it the "Black Friday" of poker. The poker world reacted on Twitter with all kinds of comments - serious, sarcastic and everything in between.
Reuters and CNBC have just reported that top online poker sites Pokerstars.com, Fulltiltpoker.com and Absolutepoker.com have been seized by the FBI and their owners, a total of 11 people have been charged.
The charges, according to Reuters were filed in Manhattan by federal prosecutors and are for violation of internet anti-gambling laws as well as fraud by "tricking regulators and banks into processing billions of dollars in illegal internet gambling proceeds."
Three Largest Internet Poker Companies Charged With Fraud, Illegal Gambling - Pokerstars, Full Tilt Poker, & Absolute Poker - Charged
Going to one of these sites will yield this warning: