The multi-milion dollar breach of contract suit against Full Tilt Poker, associated companies and 13 Team Full Tilt pros launched late last year by poker pro Clonie Gowen has been thrown out "with prejudice" by a Nevada District Court judge.
 
U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert J. Johnston also put aside a hearing scheduled for end April. His "with prejudice" ruling means that although Gowen can appeal his decision, she cannot again file any new claims on the issue.
 
However, three of the initial defendants in the action –  Tiltware LLC, it's owner Ray Bitar, and Full Tilt pro Howard Lederer – were excluded from the "with prejudice" ruling and could be vulnerable to further claims from Gowen.