Full Tilt Poker Repayments in US Exclude Applicants

10/14/2013
By Tommie ClarkGoogle
when Black Friday closed down the website there has been a leaked email from the company in control of the repayments that provides a list of those who will not be able to claim their cash back. It’s been almost 2 and half years in the pipeline, and now for some Full Tilt players they may have to accept the fact that they will never see their long awaited cash. The outstanding balance issue only affects players in the US as the rest of the world have been back online and reimbursed since the re-launching of the much talked about poker gaming network at the end of last year.

In the latest twist of events it seems that anyone who was employed by Full Tilt poker or any affiliates of the company will not be paid back their outstanding balances.
Vendors connected with the site will also be snubbed as well as any players that represented the Team Full Tilt poker team. The latter is one of the most shocking revelations as many of the ex-pros are now back on Full Tilt poker playing regularly on the websites nosebleed cash games that have regularly conjure up 6 figure profits every day. Players such as Patrik “FinddaGrind” Antonius are said to have had around $2 million in their accounts at the point of closure.

As for other representatives including Tom “Durrrr” Dwan and Gus “Gus Hansen” Hansen, we are still unsure whether or not they had cash in their accounts too. Even so, we can almost certainly bet our bottom dollar on the fact that they have already made a private deal with Full Tilt Poker, and so despite their being excluded from making a claim they have probably already recuperated their balances. 



Those who will struggle include past shareholders who had poker accounts with the business. This includes companies such as Tiltware, Pocket Kings Ltd, Filco Ltd, Mail Media and Full Tilt Poker Ltd. Moreover, present shareholders who had an account in the past are also to be excluded from the claim. Finally, anyone being prosecuted or still under investigation including any family or anyone who owns a business connected with that person or has been proven to be affiliated with the person under investigation as a direct result of Black Friday’s investigations will also be excluded.

This is a huge blow to the poker networks reputation, but they have had to follow the rules in this instance. Full Tilt are presently looking to enter into the online gambling world anytime soon as per the following report. http://www.casinobonusreviews.com/casino-news/full-tilt-poker-website-to-include-online-casino-section/. This latest remission news has caused the website to suffer from more negative attention and could mean some investors may pull out of the company just out of principle.

With Full Tilt Poker just about to undertake a fresh marketing campaign to promote the site more as a casino based company as well as hosting the top poker games out there with some lucrative welcome casino bonus codes to be thrown at punters, the negative press couldn’t have come at a worse time.
 
 
 
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