Friday, April 22, 2011

Reminder of Black Friday on a Good Friday

Dear DDionysus,

We regret to inform you that due to recent actions by the U.S. government, Full Tilt Poker is still unable to facilitate 'real money' play, deposits, or withdrawals by players based in the United States, including the processing of any pending rakeback payments.

Rest assured that our technical and legal teams are working towards a solution that would allow us to return these funds and account balances to you as soon as possible.  As always, your player account remains safe and secure, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused by these actions.

We will keep you updated with any information as it becomes available. Thank you for your continued support.


The Full Tilt Poker Affiliate Team

I need a break anyway......I think I have about 550 on Full Tilt and about 150 on Absolute....It would be nice to get it without any problems but I think the break from online poker is needed nonetheless. It could be worse....I could have left the 1,500.00 online before April 15th. I cashed out 950.00 recently though. Glad I at least did that. It is quite funny to reading about the fallout. I don't have ill will against anybody but if you dropped out of college or haven't started a career outside of online poker I feel bad for you. You flat out...should have seen something like this coming eventually.

Last weekend I kinda got antsy at home and made a quick trek to the poker room at Rockingham Park. I got knocked out of the 100.00 NLHE tourney by a card rack....Rigged!! Then I decided to jump into the 80.00 dollar turbo and came in 4th place for a little profit for the night. It was fun...Rockingham Park and Seabrook are going to be the only options for a while I guess. I don't have the links but there are quite a few bloggers on the case and reporting some great stuff when it comes to online poker legislation etc. Read my sidebar for time to link...I have to work. I am also occupied with the Celtics, The Bruins and the RedSox so it isn't a bad time of year for this to happen...

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