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Full Tilt Poker Show The Poker Lounge Unlikely to Air After NonPayment

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/22/2011
Full Tilt Poker Show The Poker Lounge

Players and vendors alike can’t seem to get paid by Full Tilt Poker.  We don’t necessarily pity The Poker Lounge, a Full Tilt sponsored television show, for its inability to get paid by FTP.  After all, this production company was willing to air a show put on by a company already known to be stiffing US customers.

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With the Alderney Gambling Control Commission effectively yanking FTP’s license June 29, players cannot get paid and Full Tilt Poker really isn’t in any type of position to engage in any type of marketing, let alone sponsor a television show.

Some not-so-encouraging words from the folks at DonkDown.com that pretty much mirror what affected players might be thinking in light of a mysterious European investment group announcing its intentions to focus exclusively on the UK Full Tilt Poker assets while screwing the rest of the world:

If the company can rise from the ashes, restoring its fragile European reputation if nothing else, then it could point to a brighter future not just for Full Tilt but for an industry rocked by the US authorities to the point where observers are asking ‘who’s next go?,,,,, Its all over, I think we all should lay to rest what small hope we had to get our cash from ft, R.I.P ft and fuck you howard and all you other fuckers who put your name on this trash fail site, then hide like bitches when the heat is on and dont say a word, fuck off.

Ace King, Gambling911.com

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