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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Painting up some Cardboard boxes atm so that i can put together my ATM costume.
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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Quote Originally Posted by Damien
    Painting up some Cardboard boxes atm so that i can put together my ATM costume.
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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Looking forward to seeing Dank in his Shih-tzu costume and Yankees in his face-black and baseball uniform.
    Harold Camping was wrong. The world ended on April 15th, 2011.

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscivorous
    Looking forward to seeing Dank in his Shih-tzu costume and Yankees in his face-black and baseball uniform.
    Can't wait to see what you come up with for yours...that thing scares me...
    "If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun..."

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Quote Originally Posted by kinnipak
    Quote Originally Posted by Piscivorous
    Looking forward to seeing Dank in his Shih-tzu costume and Yankees in his face-black and baseball uniform.
    Can't wait to see what you come up with for yours...that thing scares me...
    Yeah the fish is going to be tricky.
    Harold Camping was wrong. The world ended on April 15th, 2011.

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    http://www.cardplayer.com/poker-news/12 ... tilt-poker

    I know we have heard this before...but here's hoping....

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    "All that matters is if you are better today than you were yesterday. Only then will you be awesome."

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Quote Originally Posted by blah730235
    http://www.subjectpoker.com/2011/11/breaking-gbt-doj-deal/

    Looking hopeful
    Seen that yesterday. Since it's from Subject:Poker, we can be sure that this is info is legit. Still some way to go until any cent will actually be returned to the players. But it's looking about 500% better than a couple of weeks ago.
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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    This is the most hopeful news in a long while. The agreement by DoJ to reimburse the US players will save BTG an enormous sum. I'm frankly surprised that the DoJ would agree to it, to be honest.

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    I'm dusting off the cowboy outfit.

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    First bit of true encouraging news to me getting my money back!

    Still not holding my breath however

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Quote Originally Posted by philhux
    I'm dusting off the cowboy outfit.
    I've got to get a blond wig and sleeveless dress. And lipstick. Help!
    Poker taught me how to be self critical and how to use to that to improve...also taught me how to dust myself off and go again. The past is the past. Learn your lessons and move right on. --Paulif

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Looks Like things are moving along nicely...Hang in the Fen...

    http://www.pokernews.com/news/2011/11/g ... -11451.htm
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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    I hope Ray Bitar enjoyed his poached eggs brought to him by his butler this morning. what a scumbag.

    I think people are going to get a shock when it is all confirmed. I expect a heavy play through requirement for withdrawals or a possibility of having to take a hit on your balance for a quick withdrawal.

    Compared to 3 months ago though, we couldn't have dreamed we'd be in this position so I'm really happy that it seems the DoJ is taking the sensible option here from what it appears.

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    Re: Full Tilt's operating licence suspended

    Quote Originally Posted by kinnipak
    Looks Like things are moving along nicely...Hang in the Fen...

    http://www.pokernews.com/news/2011/11/g ... -11451.htm
    Just read this. This is by far the best news I have read ever about FTP. They have never been so close to actually closing the deal. After all, the deal with FTPs shareholders should prove much less of a problem than the deal with the DOJ. Really happy to hear that the DOJ agreed with GBT's deal. Keeping my fingers crossed
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