Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Bad Week For Full Tilt Poker

Things aren't going too well for good ole' the Full Tilt Poker company this week.

First: The respected gambling watchdog website, Casinomeister, gives them a "rogue" rating due to poor customer service and payout problems.

Next: Their best and most recognizable player, Phil Ivey, refuses to let his table at the WSOP be featured on ESPN, to the disdain of his fellow table mates.

Then: They release the most ill-conceived, troublesome software update since UB's in 2006.

They had better hope it doesn't get much worse as they struggle to stay the #2 poker site in the world. Let alone, catch PokerStars for #1.

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