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Tom Dwan has not forgotten What he Promised

Tom Dwan has not forgotten the promised $ 1M if Full Tilt does not pay!


The April 19, after the Department of Justice United States have closed the three largest online poker rooms in the world, Tom durrrr Dwan and Phil Galfond used Twitter to try to calm the mob. The two poker players have pledged $ 1M of his own money if the PokerStars and Full Tilt does not pay their jogadotes. And the community felt a little bit easier ...


Three months ago, poker players still looking for answers. While the PokerStars made ??an agreement with the DOJ and has paid more than $ 120M to U.S. players, Full Tilt still returns nothing and the future of the site is still uncertain. His gaming license was suspended by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission last month and, although there were rumors that European investors would buy the second largest brand of poker, the truth is that nothing has happened.


Of course, the promise made by two young poker players has not been forgotten. Players are bombarded with Twitter Dwan questions about their accounts blocked and on the promise. Since April, Tom Dwan has remained silent on this issue, but this Saturday broke the rule and twittered:


"lotsa ppl pming me n messaging on twiitter w/o having read up on what I said. If worst case happoens i'll pay in a fair way, and that won't involve paying individuals just b/c they messaged me a lot. Timeline was late 2012 I think ( or anytime I'm >90%ish of ftp not paying out".


The date originally set by Phil Galfond in his message was the Hannukkah 2012, or December 16. This still leaves much time for poker players are waiting. But what if the Full Tilt Poker players breaks down and are left empty-handed? What will happen to the promise of Galfond and Dwan?


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