The relaunch of the new Full Tilt Poker is only hours away. Full Tilt Poker is under the management and guidance of PokerStars, its former rival. The Full tilt Poker announcement came through Twitter on Monday that the doors for real-money play would be opening on Tuesday around 12:00 GMT.
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Our first Deal Me In Freeroll is at 08.05 ET tomorrow, so our real money launch shouldn't be later than that. #FullTiltPoker 2012-11-05
Players outside of the United States and Italy will have full access to their funds and real-money games - this is the first time since last September when everything went down. Full Tilt Poker relaunch will also coincide with the Deal Me In promotion that will see a series of Freerolls from November 6th through 11th giving away $250,000.
Players will be able to withdraw their funds, transfer their funds to PokerStars, and play real-money games when Full Tilt Poker goes live on Tuesday. Former Full Tilt Poker players in segregated markets like Spain, France, Estonia, Denmark, and Belgium will be repaid through the locally-licensed PokerStars platform. Full Tilt Poker players in all other non-U.S. markets will have full access to their accounts when the official re-launch takes place.
Non-U.S. players found the doors open to play-money tables last week when Full Tilt Poker let them take a seat, view their balances, and transfer their funds to PokerStars. Play-money games were running to beta-test the software and makes sure all the bugs were ironed out before the November 6th relaunch.
There's more on Full Tilt Poker in the TwoPlusTwo.com Frequently Asked Questions thread. PokerWorks will bring you more news as it happens.