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The Nightly Turbo: New Full Tilt Poker Rewards, Lederer Plays High Stakes, and More

Nightly Turbo Another day, another big story involving Full Tilt Poker. In this edition of the Nightly Turbo, we're covering the new rewards program coming to FTP, Howard Lederer rejoining the high-stakes cash games in Las Vegas, and more. In Case You Missed It Ludovic Lacay took down the 2012 European Poker Tour Sanremo Main Event on Thursday. Take a look at his path to victory in our EPT Sanremo recap. How was the high-stakes action at the PokerStars tables this week? Read the Online Railbird Report to find out the week's biggest winners and losers. Despite what's happened in the first five weeks of...

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it will be interesting to see how many players return or choose to play on Full Tilt. Personally this is an easy decision for me as there is NO WAY IN HELL i would put even $20 on that site. You only get one chance in my book so fk'em.

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so funny to hear mercier talking about how excited he was when winning the EPT in a way that makes you think he might fall asleep any secound Big Grin

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i think with pokerstars in control of full tilt, 1 of the best poker software rooms ever, it can flourish again players did enjoy the format and because of bad management as we have witnessed it won't stop players returning sadly not for usa at the mo. as with any bizniz, get a good team on board and the formula works, we need it to work to restore some good reputation to the poker world. but i hear u'all.

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"So when we relaunch on November 6th it will be without Iron Man, Black Card, or affiliate-paid rakeback" ... I can understand you want to start with a clean slate, but when you consider the kind of dedication average players put in to get their Black Card, to get rid of that designation is (unfortunately) a slap in the face. How do you keep that core group of people in FullTiltPoker by starting everyone at zero and basically telling everyone that made serious Ironman progress, Black Card Status, and/or rakeback that they are worthless. Totally nuts. Why on Earth would FullTiltPoker want to alienate people that are predisposed to play on the site?? They should be coddling these people.

I was ready to play on day one on FullTiltPoker because I earned my Black Card, In essence FullTiltPoker tears up the card and tells me "You are just another ATM machine with arms & legs" ... very, very disappointing decision and also an incredibly poor marketing decision for a transitional period.

flintsword
"The lucky player is usually the player that knows how much to leave to chance."

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Full Tilt better have some things like huge guarantees, bonuses to be unlocked, happy hour 24/7 for the first month and maybe setup a $250 million annual MTT on April 15th called ‘the backlog’..

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