Almost 500 days have passed since the last hand was dealt at Full Tilt Poker. While Americans still don’t have the ability to play online poker legally nor access to their old Full Tilt Poker bankrolls, players from the rest of the world are set to get a multimillion-dollar cash infusion. The site’s relaunch is the talk of the poker world, and Cardplayer Lifestyle is here to give you all the details.
A whopping 3.5 hours of Howard Lederer being interviewed re: Full Tilt Poker has sent the poker world into a frenzy. There’s lots to take in and digest, so rather than give you our thoughts, we at Cardplayer Lifestyle thought it best to bring you a summary of how poker’s biggest names have responded. Enjoy.
In the mood for an early Christmas present? Full Tilt Poker will be back up and running by November and your money will be there waiting for you. Wendeen Eolis confirms that the DOJ will be making it official in the immediate future: PokerStars will assume control of Full Tilt Poker and pay players back all of their money, in full.
There’s still a slight glimmer of hope that players might yet get paid back the money they had in Full Tilt Poker accounts. If you were one of those players, have you ever given any thought to what you’d do if you ever saw the money again? Cardplayer Lifestyle explores the issue and gives you a few ideas.
Daniel Negreanu and Doyle Brunson, two of poker’s most pre-eminent personalities weigh in on the Full Tilt Poker scandal and sound off on what should or shouldn’t be done to Chris Ferguson and Howard Lederer.
One of the poker media’s leading websites decides to call it quits. Cardplayer Lifestyle thanks Subject Poker for everything they’ve done for the industry and the millions of players who simply love the game of poker and wanted a fair deal.