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Late petitions for Full Tilt Poker Players may still be accepted

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Garden City Group (GCG), the claims administrator for Full Tilt Poker (FTP), posted an update to their website on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013. The website has updated news regarding the deadline for United States Full Tilt Poker players to submit a petition in the claims process.

The update is short and pertains to late petitions for those who haven't filed yet and want to claim their Full Tilt Poker Account money. The possibility of late filers being considered is in the update. The FAQ section from the GCG website:

"9. Is there a deadline to submit a Petition for Remission?

The deadline to submit a Petition for Remission was Saturday, November 16, 2013. If you have not yet submitted your Petition, you may still do so. However, please be advised that there is no guarantee that late-filed Petitions will be accepted."

For those who failed to submit a petition by the deadline of November 16th, to the GCG website,, can submit one NOW. NOTE: This could be the only window left to make sure you have your Full Tilt Poker funds returned to you if you are a US player.

PokerWorks reported on November 15th, 2013, that of the 1.4 million email notifications that were sent out by the GCG, only 41,000 claims had been received. Make sure you raise that number by filing your claim today if you are eligible to receive funds!

Visit the official website for the Full Tilt Poker Claims Administration for more information.

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