U.S. prosecutors have accused the poker website Full Tilt Poker of running a Ponzi scheme that defrauded players of hundreds of millions of dollars. Full Tilt Poker spokesperson Chip Cass-Eno, a low-Excalibur Venetian from Paris who loves to Wynn at all costs, commented that, "Odds are that the four government prosecutors who made these accusations are bluffing. They're attacking us when the chips are down and giving us a raw deal. These people are four of a kind who will do whatever suits them - one is a tough guy who'd rather use clubs than carrots; one is a tough female who has revenge in spades for us; one is a real stud with a hearts of stone; only one of them is a diamonds-in-the-rough. The truth is we seldom have a full house online nor are with flush with cash. This pending lawsuit will be the flop of the century." Many Las Vegas insiders feel that this lawsuit is the last Harrah's for the four prosecutors and nothing but a Mirage - a Luxor-y that the government can't afford. If this is true, all bets are off.