Full Tilt has successful second half to 2008

John Juanda
Juanda brings a WSOPE Main Event win to the Full Tilt Poker team.

Full Tilt Poker moved full speed ahead during the second half of 2008 to continue to dominate in the poker world.

According to Steve Wong, Trond Eidsvig, Steve Yea and Vivek Rajkumar.

As Full Tilt Poker and its team members have continued to flourish, the online poker site and the players have also worked on giving back.

In November Beth Shak hosted a charity event in New York for the Children's Hospital, raising a not-inconsiderable $900,000. It was one of the largest-ever charity events hosted by a Full Tilt pro, and it garnered support from Phil Ivey, Annie Duke and Phil Hellmuth, to name a few.

Ivey and Jennifer Harman also hosted charity events in 2008, raising more than $400,000 collectively for their charities. Howard Lederer, Eric Seidel, Chris Ferguson and other Full Tilt members regularly donate their time and money to their chosen charities as well.

In addition to supporting its pros' charitable efforts, Full Tilt Poker also continued its efforts to help support the armed forces in Iraq, the American Cancer Society, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Road to Recovery Foundation.

If you'd like a chance to play with the pros, participate in online poker charitable events or just see what all the fuss is about at the poker site, head to full tilt.


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