Is Full Tilt Poker gearing up to reopen? And the European Poker Tour opens in Berlin. It’s all in Tuesday’s edition of the PTP Hit and Run.
Full Tilt glimmer?: Full Tilt Poker’s website showed a small change yesterday for a time, making it appear that the online poker site that has been closed for months was testing its servers. Read more at 2+2, and more nuggets at a not closed thread at PTP. This comes after recent news that a company linked to Full Tilt was hiring folks. Might the online poker site be up by the end of the month? Only time will tell.
EPT update: The European Poker Tour is in Berlin; live updates here, where Faraz Jaka is the early leader.
Update from the scene:
–The UKIPT crowned a champ in Nottingham.
–A poker song commemorating Black Friday:
–PokerStars is taking PokerTableRatings.com to court to try to get them to stop recording hands on the online poker site. More here.
–Meanwhile, 888 is now being tracked by PTR.
–PokerStars’ Sunday Million:
–The World Series of Poker Circuit set a record for biggest tourney held in Missouri.
–A look at the top poker podcasts of the week.
–Phil Galfond lost $300K.
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