Earlier today Isaac Haxton announced on 2p2 that he's willing to sell his UB/AP bankroll for 20 cents on the dollar, all $300,000 of it!
In reality he might as well be selling it for one cent on the dollar because in light of recent developments, no one in their right mind would even think about it.
Terrence Chan posted earlier, "I don't know whether it's more insane that Ike Haxton is selling 300k on UB at 20c/$ or that I'm not even considering buying it."
Haxton has unique experience dealing with this kind of uncertainty. When he came second in the 2007 PCA he won $861,789, which was awarded to him in his PokerStars account. He then transfered it to Neteller, which was promptly shut down by the Department of Justice the next day.
Haxton had to suffer through months of worrying whether he'd get that cash back. In the end the money was returned. It's doubtful things will work out as well for him this time around.
***Update*** New information has given some hope to UB/AP players with money on the site. Click here to read the details on our Black Friday Bulletin Board.