Mr Tzvetkoff was facing a 75-year jail term in the US for bank fraud, money laundering and conspiracy to operate an illegal gambling business when he was arrested by the FBI in a Las Vegas casino in 2010. But after turning informant for US authorities (and helping to bring down three US online poker giants) Mr Tzvetkoff was ordered to pay $13 million but allowed to go free and return to Australia. Discharged as a bankrupt in 2013, he appears to be reemerging in a big way. Tzvetkoff’s special skill-set resides in his ability to operate behind the front pages of the internet, becoming a pioneer of what these days is known as “the Dark Net”. PGRI Comment: This is a must-read for anyone interested in the business of online gambling. It also provides a simply stated and fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of “Black Friday” (April 13, 2012, the day that online poker companies were indicted in the U.S).