Isle Of Man Licenses Full Tilt Poker

Published Tuesday, October 09, 2012 -

Well no one playing online poker would have believed this could happen since the Department of Justice crackdown in the USA but here is the surprising news that Full Tilt Poker has received a license to operate.The Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission has confirmed the company is able to return to real money poker play and former players from outside of the USA will be refunded their money before the November 6th 2012 re-launch of the famous online poker brand.

Those players from the USA are going to have to deal with the Justice Department who will be handling any returns there. From a dot com address Full Tilt Poker announced these facts once again and added a list of frequently asked questions that it will be constantly updating in the weeks up until November 6 the official re-launch date. The noted Full Tilt Online Poker Series, or FTOPS, is expected to be online from December 2nd until the 16th.

The firm’s new poker room manager, Shyam Markus, the company’s new poker room manager, announced the news on the 2+2 poker forum for all to see confirming the dates. The Full Tilt Online Poker Series, XXI will hopefully get the prize pool up to almost $one million dollars. It has been suggested by various bloggers and writers that some of Full Tilt’s previous professional players such as Phil Ivey and Howard Lederer who has been rumoured to be making a possible come back to the green tables. Full Tilts former boss is still in a certain amount of hot water as the Department of Justice seeks the alleged 42 million he was supposed to have absconded with from Full Tilt customers.

So far he has not been indicted on any charges related to Full Tilt Poker take down. It will be interesting to see how Lederer quietly goes about getting back in the game.

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