Full Tilt Poker debuts new feature, SBR iGaming News
In today's SBR iGaming News show the latest Full Tilt poker news is discussed. Following PokerStars acquisition of the company after a settlement with the United States Department of Justice, Full Tilt was relaunched in the international market and has impressively restablished itself as one of the world's best card rooms.
Full Tilt Poker has debuted a new feature aimed at players who don’t yet fancy themselves as card sharks. Dubbed the “New to the game tables”, these tables are listed in the lobby with the smallest available stakes, feature game-play that isn’t quite as speedy as standard tables and even offers hand strength indicators.
SBR reported this March that US based Full Tilt Poker players would finally be paid, following their funds being made inaccessible during the Black Friday online poker crackdown by the US Department of Justice.
During their settlement with the US Department of Justice on their charges, PokerStars agreed to give up to $547 million to the federal government, as well as take on the $184 million in all non-US Full Tilt Player balances. This completed PokerStars' acquisition of Full Tilt Poker.
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