Full Tilt Poker adds dot.es website

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Full Tilt Poker hasn't wasted much time dusting itself off after being floored by the US Department of Justice; before PokerStars' stepped in to salvage the company. Since PokerStars' acquisition, FTP has managed to become the second most highly trafficked poker site—behind only parent company PokerStars— in ring game liquidity, and is now operating a dot.eu site.

Full Tilt Poker's dot.eu site is licensed by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) of Malta.

Following their acquisition by Stars, FTP was granted a license in the Isle of Man.

PokerStars' had to fork over $184 million to non-US players whose funds were up in the air following the infamous Black Friday legal proceedings in US criminal court. US based players were to paid by a Gov. appointed claims administrator. PokerStars managed to settle the claim in such a way that it admitted no wrongdoing and is free to re-enter the US market where local regulation allows.

On January 16th, SBR reported that PokerStars was looking to purchase an Atlantic City casino.

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