Full Tilt Poker Relaunched As Players Swarm Back To Tables

Full Tilt Poker Relaunched As Players Swarm Back To TablesToday at 7:00 ET (12:00 GMT), Full Tilt Poker officially re-launched its real money games, and within an hour and a half of its re-opening, the site already had around 23,000 people playing at its tables.
The eagerly anticipated re-launch of Full Tilt obviously has not disappointed, and as Full Tilt ambassador Gus Hansen, explains: “The return of Full Tilt Poker fills a hole in the community that’s been felt by millions of players. A lot of people have been waiting for this day to come and now that it’s here we can all look towards a brighter future.”
As well as having the option to play for real-money, Full Tilt players also have access to $184 million of their funds and the choice of either withdrawing their funds completely off the site or simply transferring their money over to new manager and former rival, PokerStars. However, in segregated markets such as France, Spain, Denmark, Estonia and Belgium, former Full Tilt customers will be repaid through their locally-licensed PokerStars sites.
However, despite the options available to customers, many will first be inclined to take advantage of Full Tilt Poker’s ‘Deal Me In promotion,’ which between November 6th and 11th, will see a quarter of a million dollars given away in a series of promotional freerolls. There will also be a further $300,000 awarded as added FTOPS tickets. As Full Tilt Poker Head of Marketing Sarne Lightman, explains:
“Full Tilt Poker is back and better than ever. We are bringing back to the players everything they loved about the site and we invite them to help us celebrate by joining our ‘Deal Me In’ launch promotions.”
Unfortunately, American players are not permitted to play on the re-launched Full Tilt Poker site, and will have to look to the US Department of Justice in order to recover their outstanding balances.

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