Fallout continues after Full Tilt has its gaming license suspended, and news from the World Series of Poker. It’s all in today’s PTP Hit and Run.
Full Tilt update: The online poker world is still digesting the news that Full Tilt Poker’s gaming license was suspended yesterday; get the lowdown here if you missed it. Here’s some nuggets from the fallout:
–PokerFuse is reporting that Full Tilt has already moved its servers to the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory in Canada, which is home to the gaming commission that oversees Absolute Poker and UB.com. And more from Subject Poker here.
–Here is what Full Tilt is e-mailing to players.
–Timeline of events from quadjacks.
WSOP rundown:Chris “moorman1″ Moorman is heads-up for a bracelet, and Michael Mizrachi finishes in second place in an event. Get the lowdown on all the action here and get live updates from today’s events here.
Video recap below:
WSOP odds and ends:
–Top tweets, including some humor at Phil Hellmuth’s expense.
–And more Hellmuth humor, his latest outburst after getting busted here.
–By the numbers, including one about drunken British railbirds.
–Fourth week thoughts from pokernews.com.
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