fulltilt and thier 3rd party processor

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FoolishTool PM FoolishTool
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Posted: 4/5/2011 1:49:48 PM
 i made 3 or 4 $20 deposits to fulltilt last year that evidently did'nt get debited from my checking account due to 3rd party processor problems, but looks like they are going to send me an email once a week saying $20 has been debited from my checking account until i'm payed up instead of just doing them all at once so i can balance my gd checkbook!!! ,,,,,,, annoying as hell to say the least,, i really dont think some of these sites have thier garbage together very well and this could be a major reason why they cant become legal in the USA!  ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, anybody else having to put up with this garbage or do they just pick on me because i send them emails telling them what i think about various aspects of thier site? ,,,,,, for example, tons of unlikely bad beats!
nuttypoolog PM nuttypoolog
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Posted: 4/5/2011 6:24:53 PM
Fulltilt is the best or 2nd best poker site online.
BrianLaverty PM BrianLaverty
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Posted: 4/5/2011 7:05:51 PM
yeah.. its been happening to me every few days with deposits i made last year.  Annoying, but at least they are emailing us a day before it comes out instead of never letting us know.
keven vanlith PM keven vanlith
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Posted: 4/8/2011 1:23:44 AM
Anyone who plays at fulltilt deserves anything they get .

This site on a mafia run indian reserve in oka QUEBEC is an absolute thief on how difficult they make it to collect ones winnings.

Just like SPORTSBOOK.COM-big name-bigger thief.

FoolishTool PM FoolishTool
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Posted: 4/9/2011 12:03:59 PM
The few times i was able to cash out some i got a check fairly quickly and easily ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i just wish my deposits from last year would clear already!!!!!! 
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Posted: 4/9/2011 12:08:44 PM
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Originally Posted by nuttypoolog:

Fulltilt is the best or 2nd best poker site online.

                         

you create an account just to tell us this??? you must be a dipshiit!!! ,,,,,,,,,, fulltilt has the second most traffic of any site which can be proved but where's the proof that thier the second best site??? ,,,,, have you played all of the hundreds of poker sites???  

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Posted: 4/10/2011 7:32:21 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by FoolishTool:

                         

you create an account just to tell us this??? you must be a dipshiit!!! ,,,,,,,,,, fulltilt has the second most traffic of any site which can be proved but where's the proof that thier the second best site??? ,,,,, have you played all of the hundreds of poker sites???  


Play on 6 different sites would rank them middle of the pack and their support is garbage compared to Partypoker.
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Posted: 4/15/2011 4:37:21 AM
Quick Full Tilt Story...

I was in a $200 buy-in Tourney.  The very first hand of the tournament I was dealt pocket Aces.  I raised preflop very modestly and had only one caller.  The flop comes A-6-6, giving me The Nuts Full House.  I raise, and the other guy goes All-In.  Of course I call the All-in. 

Can you guess what his two hole cards are?  That's right, 6-6.

I refused to play any more tournaments at FT and eventually lost my remaining bankroll of about $300 in ring games.  Never deposited at Full Tilt ever again, and I never will.
SOBLATANT PM SOBLATANT
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Posted: 4/15/2011 5:04:02 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TheGoldenGoose:

Quick Full Tilt Story...

I was in a $200 buy-in Tourney.  The very first hand of the tournament I was dealt pocket Aces.  I raised preflop very modestly and had only one caller.  The flop comes A-6-6, giving me The Nuts Full House.  I raise, and the other guy goes All-In.  Of course I call the All-in. 

Can you guess what his two hole cards are?  That's right, 6-6.

I refused to play any more tournaments at FT and eventually lost my remaining bankroll of about $300 in ring games.  Never deposited at Full Tilt ever again, and I never will.


Smart move, usually people get sucked in to the scam that is online poker and keep depositing. Being a u.s. citizen you definitely want to stay away. All online poker sites are blatantly rigged, so feel confident that you did the right thing.
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Posted: 4/16/2011 11:20:00 AM

the only site to play on in USA legally NO MONEY RISKED to win money is PUREPLAY.COM

YOU DO NOT pay a dime to enter any Cash tournament

YOU can be a paid meber for only $183  for the year to have easier entry options to win money in the $5000 weekly touney The$500 The $2000  one etc...

i play there and enjoy it the sit n gos are brutal  LOL

thats where you earn free cash to buy into other tourney's or points also you need to have to buy into the cash tourney's

most cash MTT's have limit of 200 entrants and the top 25 get paid something

the big one tho where you can win a seat in the WSOP you need to win a qualifier then finsih in final 4 in the semi to play in the $10,000  WSOP on May 22nd

YOU can also play as a basic member free but then you will have freeze ups and stuff from the ads script errors that run on each game you are in

i think new members can play for 1 month for only $1 then up to you to pay for the whole year or $20 per month

they have been up and running since 2002 they are based in Calif. and are the only legal regsitered USA poker site

 

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