Online Poker World Ready for Full Tilt Return

Published Thursday, September 13, 2012 -

Skeptics are plenty and the concept of Full Tilt Poker coming back from its recent demolition that left many players frustrated and cheated is somehow understandable. How will the return be regarded by the majority of online poker players is anyone’s guess. Many it is a sured have vowed to never even think about the Full Tilt fiasco again, let alone trust the brand with their money.

Full Tilt has indeed been reregistered in the Isle of Man by the regulator there, leaving behind the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The launch date that’s been announced by Full Tilt Poker is November 6th 2012 and it will be a momentous day for some poker fans and maybe not so much for others who are still left with a bitter taste in their mouths.

A popular poker forum site TwoPlusTwo participant revealed that he as well as other participants have received an e mail from Full Tilt asking for identification documents. The e mail was posted as saying, As you are aware, Full Tilt Poker is preparing to re-launch by November 6th, 2012. Action Required: You will need to verify your identity to access your account.* In the interest of account security and in accordance with the anticipated Isle of Man regulatory requirements, you are required to verify your identity. Providing valid documentation now will ensure that your account is fully verified and active upon re-launch. Once re-launch and system testing has completed, you will have unrestricted access to your Full Tilt Poker account, including all cashier functionality and poker games.

This sounds good, sort of too good, for those who may have the slightest hope that her money will still be sitting in their accounts after all the dust has settled. There are inconsistencies in the distribution of the emails. This looks like a fishing expedition from some aspects, and players are eagerly waiting the big November 6th re-launch.

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