Brazil Poker Players may Have Tough Time Getting Cash Outs from Full Tilt Poker

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QuadJacks.com had poker players from Brazil who are claiming that Full Tilt Poker is not paying them.  (Jogue partidas de poker no 888poker!)

The popular radio podcast had already suggested that Full Tilt, in an effort to ensure US players get paid, might decide to slow pay those living in other countries.  Brazil, they claim, was on the list.

“Brazil is a huge part of the world poker economy, number six,” the one player noted. 

Business as usual in the rest of the world for Full Tilt Poker?

“This is not true,” noted one of the Brazilian players. 

Players in the Netherlands have also come forward to complain about Full Tilt Poker’s customer support.  Canadian players have also said they are having a tough time cashing out at FTP. 

Full Tilt has reportedly been blaming respected payment processors like Neteller on the slow cash out woes. 


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