Tweet Relief: Full Tilt Mania
Back and better than ever?
Full Tilt Poker returned with a vengeance on Tuesday and poker fans can’t stop talking about it.
Everyone from Gus Hansen to average Joes with $20 on the site has been updating their software to take the new PokerStars-owned Full Tilt Poker out for a spin.
Going by public opinion it seems that it’s certainly the same old Full Tilt Poker software, which is a good thing for most people. Check here for our Seven Best Things About Full Tilt's Return.
Incredibly just a few hours after Full Tilt re-launched there were over 40,000 players on the site.
Perhaps even more surprising are the numerous forum threads with poker players wondering how they can get money ON the site instead of withdrawing it.
Here’s a look at what people have been saying on Twitter about the return of Full Tilt Poker:
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