With the weekend behind us and with all of the frantic poker offers on the table, so to speak, PokerQ4 takes a closer look at which of the major online poker sites have cut themselves the largest slices of Full Tilt Poker pie. A recent article in eGaming Review suggested that of the of 13,000 … continuation reading bet
Although the Gods of Poker are cruel, watching from beyond their river like the Olympian Gods of yore from their mountain, they do bless and fight for a few personal champions. Phil Ivey is one of them and the poker world was shocked by his statement that he would not take part in this years … continuation reading bet
FullTiltPoker sold to a group of European Investors is a story that has been published by the LA Times. The LA Times suggests a deal has been agreed to sell a a majority shareholding stake in Pocket Kings, the parent company of Full Tilt Poker. A few small details need to be resolved before the … continuation reading bet
Full Tilt Poker have now been out of action for 24 hours and are not expected to recover their Alderney Gambling Control Commission licence before their hearing which is scheduled for the 26th July. They are reportedly seeking to obtain a licence from the Kahnawake Gaming Commission in order to resume operations outside the US, … continuation reading bet
Is it RIP for Full Tilt Poker? Full Tilt Poker had their operating license suspended today by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission until at least the 26th July. The decision to close Full Tilt Poker was officially taken today and released in a Media Statement. This means that Full Tilt Poker can not operate as … continuation reading bet
Phil Ivey appears to have been in meetings with Full Tilt Poker management in Ireland this week. Is it part or further discussions and negotiations to raise cash funds to pay Full Tilt Poker’s US players? There are numerous possibilities, Phil Ivey has sorted himself out, US players are going to be paid their funds … continuation reading bet
As the WSOP 2011 gathers pace highlights so far have included Phil Ivey’s much publicised non-participation, John Juanda denying Phil Hellmuth a record 12th bracelet to earn his fifth, and perhaps the most memorable of all happened when the twenty-two-year-old Brit, Jake Cody, won the second event of the series; the $25,000 Heads Up NLH … continuation reading bet
Phil Ivey’s character has been assassinated by Full Tilt Poker and now by another nose bleed high stakes poker superstar. Andrew Robl has released this statement on his blog. No holds barred or No Limit Holdem Barred?
After Phil Ivey’s announcement at the start of the WSOP 2011 that he would be boycotting the WSOP 2011 due to his con science that US poker players had not been paid, Full Tilt Poker hit back with a full broadside. By Full Tilt Poker issuing this statement they declared themselves “all ins” in this … continuation reading bet
Like the fall out from the Fukushima Nuclear Reactor after the Japanese Tsunami the effects of online pokers Black Friday fall out keeps affecting everyone.
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