Online poker forums tackle the PokerStars-Full Tilt Poker deal in the week’s most interesting threads in the world of online poker forums.
Thread: PokerStars Acquires Full Tilt Poker Assets, DOJ Agreement Complete
The world of poker centered on the news that PokerStars is purchasing Full Tilt Poker, and discussing thew news, the ramifications of the announcement, and more.
Thread: Now that it’s over, is it ok for Lederer, Ferguson, and Furst to be welcomed by the community?
The thread contains a poll, asking people to weigh in on Full Tilt execs Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson, after the PokerStars deal. Not shockingly, no one is a fan of these guys.
Thread: Poker stars Full tilt deal, NOT a good thing for poker!
Just read the first post. You’ll be glad you did.
Thread: UltimateBeat – UB documentary announced – Teaser/Kickstarter/etc inside
Want to help a film project that is going to take a closer look at the superuser scandal at UB.com? This thread is your chance to get involved, and to learn more about the movie.
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