Full Tilt Gaming Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Full Tilt Poker is an Irish online poker card room and online casino that opened in June 2004. Formerly privately owned by Tiltware, LLC and later by the Rational Entertainment Group, the site was acquired by The Stars Group (then known as Amaya Gaming Group) in a deal where Amaya acquired all of Rational's assets, including PokerStars. A statement by Amaya said the takeover would not affect the activities of Full Tilt Poker. The deal was closed on August 1, 2014.
"Over the years, much of the focus on the trustworthiness of Full Tilt Poker has concerned the manipulation of money to cheat clients and employees. Nevertheless, there has been a prevalent and persistent belief among the online poker community that FTP has rigged or at least “tuned” games. Interestingly enough, there are even a number of videos on YouTube that demonstrate some rather fortunate, or unfortunate as the case may be, card deals over an extended period.
Amaya Inc. is trying to rebrand Full Tilt as a brand that we can all trust, and the company is positioning itself to provide services throughout the U.S. based on expectation that online gambling will soon be legalized.
However, Amaya’s unscrupulous money-grab has alienated its online marketing partners so the online community is backing away from their poker brands. And we cannot shake the distrust of Full Tilt Poker which has had a pervasive culture of corruption, criminality and disregard for its customers. How anyone could ever trust Full Tilt Poker again is beyond us."
This is a very recent comment by Too Legit to Quit in his article "Full Tilt Poker is a Scam" on August 19, 2020.