Full Tilt Poker Players to be paid in Full
Despite the fact that there have been so many unfulfilled rumors these past few months regarding players of Full Tilt Poker being paid it is hoped that the latest rumor will see casino players finally being paid.
Two industry publications – Gambling 911.com and Poker Player Newspaper.com have both reported that a solution has been found between Poker Stars and the United States Justice Department that could possible result in Full Tilt Poker being acquired and casino players who are owed large sums of money being paid in the near future.
Chris Costigan, revealed in Gambling911.com that his publications legal involvement in the matter allowed them to have access to various documents and information. According to Costigan these documents confirm that once the US Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York gives its approval to a deal for Poker Stars to acquire Full Tilt Poker all the money owed to players by Full Tilt Poker will be paid to them. Costigan added that the US Attorney’s Office would be issuing an announcement very shortly.
Wendeen Eolis wrote in the Poker Players Newspaper saying that without giving away the identity of a consistently impeccable resource, it was now safe to say that announcements for public dissemination are in the works. Eolis added that at this point he is ready to state that Full Tilt customers will be seeing their money well in time for their Christmas shopping.
People in the industry are hoping that this YAFTPR turns out to be the real thing and casino players who have been unpaid for over a year will at last be paid in full.