According to a source with good understanding in the situation between Full Tilt Poker and Bernard Tapie Group, Laurent Tapie has moved to Dublin, Ireland, where Pocket Kings (the owners of Full Tilt Poker) has its head office. Laurent Tapie, son of the well-known politician and entrepreneur Bernard Tapie, has been in charge of completing the Full Tilt deal since the negotiations began in Se[...] Read more » Full Tilt deal to be completed next week?
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 36 (M)
After this agreement, I guess there may be other identities who still have to pronounce before FT can restart action again. This are good news, things are going fast, but calm down. I just hope BRM can get some good promos for us with FT when they get back to business, that would rock!
Joined: Aug '09
Age: 45 (M)
yeah well i better get my $1.38 they took from me when they start back up again,,I think they should start paying back the players with the little bank rolls first then work there way up from there,,,i am sure all feel the same yes,lol
Joined: Mar '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 37 (M)
I read this on the 14th, over a week ago, from sources close to the matter and blar blar, the whole report was full of "expected" etc. It also goes on to say after the sale there willl be a 4 week build up, so that's 6 weeks then even after sale. I don't see what's so hard about the sale anymore, to me its just stalling for time for whatever reason.
Joined: Feb '12
Age: 59 (F)
Well i have a few hundred on there but even if they pay it back i wil withdraw the money and never play there again ...thats what everybody should do... They wont see it coming.Big relaunche FTP and when everybody gets their money they all cash out and it will be like Kingdom of Poker ...only the staff there playing...
Joined: Mar '12
Age: 27 (M)
I really don't know how they will be able to pay everyone back their money , hope u guys get it back , good thing I didn't decide to go playing on fulltilt , had a moment 1-2 years ago , but changed my mind .
Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
I just hope things work out so they can make a come back in the electronic poker world. I know they owe players money, but whether or not we get it will depend on the DOJ. The DOJ may require taxes be paid on any monies withdrawn although the truth be known we should have been paid interest on the money.
My biggest thing with FT is they had it going on. They had better variety of games at all levels. Hell, even there freerolls were better when it comes to variety. I enjoyed playing RAZZ and RUSH poker to. You would think some of these poker sites that are operating would have implemented some of the gaming structures FT dominated in. There's not one site operating that can compete with the offers FT once had or the amount of players. I don't care what's said. If it weren't for the DOJ jumping in on the #1 site they'd still be #1. There's not a close 2nd out there at this time!
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
yes my $0.03 will be back- and the first thing i'm gonna do is apply bankroll management so that in three years my bankroll would safely grow to an amazing amount of $0.07 my only concern is that full tilt wouldn't go bust by the time i am attempting to reach this amazing goal
Joined: Mar '11
Age: 32 (M)
WoW you all had your full bankroll in fulltilt account then I think you deserve not to get your money back.cash out after every session and leave only the bankroll you afford to lose in there.I did it left only 100 there and Don't cry loseing it I cahsd out from only 100 bankroll over 5 k in 6 months playing 0.25 0.50 rush poker