Full Tilt officially relaunches

Full Tilt is back and it has plans to be bigger and better than ever! After more than a year under complete lockdown, one of online pokers biggest names has reopened its doors to the poker world and finally players from all over the globe have full access to their funds and real-money tables again.

The site, which officially went back online on Tuesday November 6 at 12pm UK time expects to see a rush for the tables as players scramble to take advantage of the sites’ generous “Deal Me In” promotion, which will see $250,000 given away in a series of freerolls, which last from November 6-11.
On top of that players will be given double loyalty points for playing in off-peak hours and there are also generous rakeback offers being awarded in the new “Edge” loyalty program which went live with the sites launch. Players will be able to check their status in a dedicated section within the client lobby.
The high-stakes tables have already seen plenty of action with many of the old nose-bleed regulars back to the grind.
For now, players from selected European countries including Spain, France, Estonia, Belgium, Italy and Denmark are still unable to play on Full Tilt. But all of these players, with the exception of Italy, will be able to withdraw their funds through their PokerStars accounts, thanks to an exciting new feature which allows Full Tilt players to transfer funds back and forth between their PokerStars accounts. The future for US players is still uncertain but the remaining countries are expected to gain full access to their accounts in the near future. 
Over the coming weeks Full Tilt expects a total of $186m to be returned to players outside of North America. 
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