The sale of Full Tilt is about to be finalized as a new agreement between the company and the French buyers Groupe Bernard Tapie has been made. The agreement states that all Full Tilt's shares, which are confiscated by DOJ at the moment, will be transferred to the new owners.
The current Full Tilt shareholders, according to different sources, have voted about the sale of Full Tilt Poker and most[...] Read more » The sale of Full Tilt coming to a close
Joined: May '08
Age: 36 (M)
eagerly waiting on the new full tilt to start operating- do expect some great bonuses- they will have to attract the lost customer base- who, lets admit are not very fond of the site at the moment...well i guess a no deposit bonus would do the trick...some great freerolls as well
Joined: Mar '10
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 46 (M)
I thought it was pretty much a done deal. Now there are votes against?? I hope things work out for you guys who've got rolls in there. I'll be surprised if they ever get back to half the strength they were before though tbh.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 41 (M)
hey, SuperNoob, do they do it faster in India? I believe that, if it happens for this case to be in Portugal, it would take more than ten years, it would become a way for a few writers to win money with, making best sellers, and in the end it would all stay in the same… In USA, they are moving pretty fast, and soon we will all be there, or in the new FT, enjoying a nice promo.