Domain Name Acquired of Disgraced Site Full Flush Poker

In September 30th of 2016, Full Flush Poker went offline, in the process owing its beleaguered customers the $2 million they still had left in their player accounts. Almost six months later, and the site’s domain name,, has been purchased by a new group of owners, and the news isn’t at all promising for those people owed money. Anyone trying to access the site’s domain name will now be greeted with the following message:
“We are the new owners of the domain – purchased via auction. We are NOT associated with the prior owners. We do NOT have your money. We are NOT liable for the debts of the prior owners of this website.”
The note then goes on to explain that Full Flush Poker’s previous owners could not be contacted, and in all likely have fled their base of operation in Costa Rica, leaving not just the site’s customers high and dry, but also employees at its Costa Rican office, as well as the marketing affiliates who helped promote the site.
Full Flush Poker was able to survive in a competitive market dominated by PokerStars and 888poker by making itself available to United States players. Shortly after the site going offline last year, the operator tweeted that a new platform was being set up, and that daily updates on the situation would be made available. That was the last tweet the Full Flush Poker Twitter account ever posted, and the representative who tried to reassure the players that their funds were safe via an existing Facebook thread halted his communication at the end of October.
In the meantime, the domains’ new owners have stated that they have in interest in helping affected players to pursue the company and reclaim their funds. One of those players, Agirlinoh, is owed $152,000, and as the note currently showing on the Full Flush Poker website explains, a ‘group of concerned affiliates and poker sites have come together in an attempt to help the victims.’

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