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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.
Full Tilt Poker was involved in a huge scandal as written on legitgamblingsites.com, "On April 15th, 2011, an indictment was unsealed by the U.S. Department of Justice against owners and employees of Full Tilt, Absolute Poker, and PokerStars. Domain names for the sites were seized, and criminal charges included violation of U.S. federal gambling laws, money laundering, and fraud. Just over five months later, a number of high-ranking FullTilt figures—including Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson—were accused by the Department of Justice of cheating customers out of more than $300 million. During this period, the site’s gaming license was revoked by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission."
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